"Rashmika Mandanna, Nagarjuna, and Dhanush Join Forces for Shekhar Kammula's Upcoming Film"

The megastar-studded movie, providing Dhanush, Nagarjuna, Rashmika Mandana, and directed through National Award-prevailing director Sekhar Kammula, was officially launched with a puja rite in Hyderabad. The multi-starrer, currently dubbed #DNS after the initials of the director and male leads, has been the communicate of the metropolis. Despite the manufacturer’s silence, filming endured on Wednesday, with Dhanush shooting key scenes on the first day.

Presented by means of Sonali Narang and directed by means of Suniel Narang and Puskur Ram Mohan Rao underneath Sree Venkateshwara Cinema, the film has Niketh Bommi as its cinematographer. The final cast and team information are but to be revealed. The film is anticipated to have releases in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi, building high anticipation, specially since Sekhar Kammula directed the a success movies Fidaa and Love Story.

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Dhanush, who currently launched Captain Miller in Tamil on January 12 (set to debut in Telugu on January 25), isn’t always most effective busy with acting however also making a comeback to writing and directing with his 50th project, #D50. The movie features Nithya Menen, SJ Suryah, Sundeep Kishan, Kalidas Jayram, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, and others in full-size roles.

Nagarjuna, whose latest launch Naa Saami Ranga on January 14 acquired superb opinions, is yet to announce his upcoming initiatives. There are rumors that he is currently thinking about scripts. Rashmika Mandanna, recognized for her roles in films like Pushpa the Rule and Animal, can be seen in Rainbow, The Girlfriend in Telugu, and Chaava in Hindi.

Dhanush keeps to impress with each film, now not just as an actor however additionally in his preference of specific and compelling memories. In his upcoming directorial assignment, Captain Miller, he collaborates with Arun Maheswaran.

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The film is set in British-dominated pre-independence India, unfolding the story of a six hundred-year-vintage neighborhood Shiva temple and the demanding situations confronted through the local tribes because of social prejudice and caste, as narrated by means of Analeesan, also known as Issa, the mother of Dhanush’s Captain Miller.