[EXCLUSIVE VIDEO] Here’s why Dhanush was initially uncomfortable on the sets of The Extraordinary Journey Of The Fakir | Wireler
Dhanush, the celebrity down South, makes his Hollywood debut with director Ken Scott’s The Extraordinary Journey Of The Fakir. The movie is predicated on a novel written by Romain Puertolas and options worldwide actors like Berenice Bejo, Erin Moriarty, Barkhad Abdi and Gerard Jugnot in key roles. Dhanush’s worldwide enterprise launched in France final 12 months on May 18 and it carried out extraordinarily properly at the field workplace. The film went on to bag the viewers award for Best Comedy at the Barcelona Sant-Jordi International Film Festival.
The ‘Why This Kolaveri Di’ singer performs Ajatashatru Lavash Patel, a captivating charlatan from Mumbai, who embarks on a rare journey in search of a father he by no means knew. As Ajatashatru travels from India to France, UK, Spain, Italy and Libya, his easy journey to Paris turns right into a veritable odyssey.
Days earlier than the world launch of The Extraordinary Journey Of The Fakir, BollywoodLife met up with Dhanush for an unique interplay and the actor revealed what was his first day like on the sets of the movie. And it wasn’t as taking place as we anticipated. Dhanush needed to wrestle for a number of days because it took him some time to get used to the language – English.
Watch BollywoodLife’s unique interview with Dhanush under to know extra about it:
Earlier, when the Maari actor was requested about how collaborating with worldwide actors had widened his vista, he had informed IANS, “It was a great experience of working with actors coming from different countries and (knowing) a different school of thought. I have observed a lot during the filming and learnt about their perspective on acting. Ken is an international director and his style is different from ours… those things were a learning experience for me. I am really fortunate to work with some of the global talents.”
Dhanush has finished some good movies in Bollywood like Ranjhanaa and that is the cause why followers lengthy to see him doing extra Hind movies. However, for the actor, it’s a good script that issues and nothing else. Elaborating on the similar, he had added, “I just want to be part of good scripts, good content… and not really thinking of any region barrier or language for that matter. I am willing to explore stories from all the regions – whether it is Tamil, Hindi or English. What matters the most is if the story is compelling.”
Talking about The Extraordinary Journey Of The Fakir, it releases on June 21.
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