‘Raayan’: Dhanush’s 50th film confirms release in June

Written and directed by Dhanush, the film is bankrolled by Sun Pictures with music from A R Rahman

Updated - May 10, 2024 06:59 pm IST

Published - May 10, 2024 06:46 pm IST

Dhanush in ‘Raayan’.

Dhanush in ‘Raayan’. | Photo Credit: Sun Pictures/YouTube

The makers of Raayan, starring Dhanush, have announced the film’s release date. Dhanush has directed the film, produced by Sun Pictures.

Raayan, the 50th film of Dhanush, will hit the screens on June 13, 2024. The makers released the film’s first single and announced the release date of Raayan.

The single, written and sung by Dhanush, along with music composer A R Rahman, is titled Adangatha Asuran. The song is choreographed by veteran Prabhu Deva. The song emphasises the prowess of a hero, and his ability to accomplish the impossible.

Kalidas Jayaram, Sundeep Kishan, SJ Suryah, Prakash Raj, Selvaraghavan, Dushara Vijayan, Aparna Balamurali and Varalaxmi Sarathkumar are the other actors in the movie. The film’s cinematography is done by Om Prakash while Prasanna G K has done the editing. Well-known choreographer Peter Hein has choregraphed the stunts.

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Meanwhile, Dhanush is working for the first time with acclaimed Telugu filmmaker Sekhar Kammula. Titled Kubera, the film also has Nagarjuna, Aparna Balamurali, Sundeep Kishan and Jim Sarbh. He is also set to direct NilavukKu Enmel Ennadi Kobam. The Tamil star will play music maestro Ilaiyaraaja in the biopic to be directed by Arun Matheswaran. He is also the lead actor in Mari Selvaraj’s D 52.

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