Fans urge Dhanush to share 'Jagame Thanthiram' update

Fans eagerly wait for update on Dhanush's movie 'Jagame Thanthiram'

'Jagame Thanthiram' is gangster movie that features Dhanush in a new avatar

Dhanush is one of the busiest actors in the Tamil film industry. Credit: DH Photo

Actor Dhanush's die-hard fans have been urging the mass hero to share an update about his upcoming movie Jagame Thanthiram (also known as Jagame Thandhiram), which failed to hit the screens this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. They feel they have waited long enough and need clarity on its release date at the earliest. 

This development comes hours after 'D' requested movie buffs to watch actor Vijay's upcoming movie Master in theatres on January 13. The Maari actor had said that cinema can be enjoyed only in theatres and urged fans to stay safe while in public. 

Master, directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, is an action-thriller that features 'Thalapathy' in the role of a rowdy professor. The film is touted to be a mass entertainer with plenty of commercial elements. The director had earlier said that the film has been designed for a 'big-screen experience'. It has a star-studded cast that includes Petta actor Malavika Mohanan, Andrea Jeremiah and Vijay Sethupathi. 

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VJS will be seen playing the antagonist in the biggie, which marks his first collaboration with the Jilla star. The two are expected to have a massy confrontation scene in Master
Jagame Thanthiram, on the other hand, is touted to be a gangster-thriller 'with a twist'. It has piqued the curiosity as it marks Dhanush's first collaboration with filmmaker Karthik Subbaraj. Its soundtrack has been composed by Santosh Narayanan, who had previously impressed fans with his work in Kabali and Kaala

A few websites had reported that the biggie might release on an OTT platform as opposed to in theatres but the makers have clarified that it has been designed for the big screen.

Meanwhile, Dhanush recently bagged his second international project The Gray Man. The Netflix-backed biggie is touted to be a spy-thriller and it features Chris Evans in the lead. Dhanush also has the Hindi movie Atrangi Re, co-starring Akshay Kumar, and Sara Ali Khan, in his kitty.