8 Things You Didn’t Know About Dhanush

Dhanush Biography

Venkatesh Prabhu born on (28th July 1983), better known by his stage name Dhanush, is an Indian movie on-screen character, filmmaker, director, essayist, lyricist, screenwriter and playback vocalist who has prevalently featured in Tamil language films. Dhanush’s first movie was Thulluvadho Ilamai, a 2002 transitioning movie coordinated by his dad, Kasthuri Raja. In the course of the most recent 15 years, Dhanush has featured in more than 25 movies. Dhanush won the Best On-screen character award at the 58th National Film Awards for his debut in Aadukalam (2010). In 2011, Dhanush’s prevalent tune “Why this Kolaveri Di” turned into the primary Indian music video to cross 100 million perspectives on YouTube. Dhanush produces films through his production organization, Wunderbar Movies. Notwithstanding his best actor award, he has a national honor for a movie he created, Visaranai. He has also won seven Filmfare Awards. Here you can know more about him after knowing the 8 things you didn’t know about Dhanush. Dhanush

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Dhanush

1- Dhanush’s Family And Acting Career

Born to Tamil movie director and filmmaker Kasthuri Raja, Dhanush entered acting in the wake of being compelled by his brother, director Selvaraghavan. Dhanush wedded Aishwarya, Rajinikanth’s elder daughter on 18th November 2004 when he was 21 years old. Her wife is 2 years older than him. They have two children named Yatra and Linga, who were born in 2006 and 2010. Dhanush appeared in the movie Thulluvadho Ilamai, coordinated by his dad Kasthuri Raja, which got generally positive audits from pundits and people in general. He at that point showed up in his brother Selvaraghavan’s first directorial adventure Kadhal Kondein. The film depicted Dhanush as a rationally upset youth, Vinodh, who longed for the love of his companion, in the end turning possessive of her. Upon release, the film won basic approval and furthermore turned into a significant business success. His next film, released later in 2003, was Thiruda Thirudi. Family Dhanush showed up in Pudhukottaiyilirundhu Saravanan and Ramana’s Sullan. Afterward, he additionally showed up in Dreams, another film panned by pundits. The movie was coordinated by his dad, similar to their past adventures. In 2005, Dhanush showed up in Devathaiyai Kanden. Afterward, it was named into Telugu, and around the same time, he also took a shot at Balu Mahendra’s Adhu Oru Kana Kaalam. Pudhupettai re-joined Dhanush with his brother. Dhanush’s depiction was commended by critics[vague]. The Telugu named rendition was titled Dhoolpet. Dhanush proceeded to star in the business performer Thiruvilayadal Arambam, romancing Shriya Saran.

2- Dhanush’s Real Name And Education

Dhanush’s real name is Venkatesh Prabhu Kasthuri Raj. He was initially acted in the movie at the age of 16 which was directed by his father Kasthuri Raja. Dhanush even can’t speak in Hindi. He dropped out of his studies after intermediate. However, he is the young one who received the National Award. What’s more? He is much talented and usually, he takes a day for dubbing a movie.

3- Dhanush Is A Victor Of Numerous Honors

Dhanush has honored with 3 National Film Awards, 7 Filmfare Awards as an actor, singer, and producer. He steals a million hearts around the globe and he is the only South Indian Actor who reached 4Millions followers on Twitter.

4- Dhanush ‘Kolaveri Di’ Boy Got Fame

‘Kolaveri Di’ was his first Indian video song to cross 100 million views on YouTube. The song was written within 6 minutes by Dhanush.  The melody immediately turned into the globally adored and furthermore won the YouTube Gold Award. However, did you realize that the tune was written in level six minutes! As indicated by reports, Dhanush composed the verses of this popular tune in only six minutes and its harsh adaptation was recorded in a short time.

5- Dhanush Wanted To Be A Chef

Dhanush was going somewhere else before arriving in the film industry. He wanted to do a course in Hotel Management to become a chef. However, his elder brother Selvaraghavan, who is presently a director, pressurized him to get into acting and afterward there was no thinking back for Dhanush. As indicated by an interview in the Indian Express, Dhanush appeared to be very hesitant before his invasion into the film business. As indicated by the interview, Dhanush was cited as saying that he cried and pitched fits as he would not like to turn into an on-screen character however nothing worked in support of him and he arrived up in films.

6-  Dhanush Is Vegetarian, India’s Hottest Vegan Celebrity

In 2011, Dhanush packed away the title of being India’s ‘Most sweltering Veggie lover VIP’ and furthermore turned into the Brand Diplomat of PETA. Dhanush is one of only a handful hardly any stars who have figured out how to pack the title of being the most sizzling vegan big names. The others being Vidya Balan, Amitabh Bachchan, Sonu Sood, and Kareena Kapoor Khan. Dhanush has additionally worked with WWF to help the ‘Earth Hour’ activity in 2012.

7- Dhanush Made His Bollywood Debut

Dhanush made his Bollywood debut with Aanand L Rai’s Raanjhanaa and imparted decent compatibility to him. Be that as it may, contrasts sprung up when his appearance in Aanand’s Tanu Marries Manu Returns (2015) got cleaved off without Dhanush thinking about it. The incident hurt the on-screen actor.

8-  Dhanush Is A Spiritual Person

Dhanush is an overly spiritual person and is a vigorous enthusiast of Lord Shiva. Even, he gave his children’s names  Yatra (pilgrimage) and Linga (synonymous with Shiva Lingam). The both names are religious.

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