Dhanush Starts Shooting For Russo Brothers’ The Gray Man In California
Dhanush has started shooting for his international project with the Russo Brothers and the pictures have been taking social media by storm. Have a look at all the details on the story here.
Kollywood actor Dhanush recently started shooting for the film, The Gray Man, an international project which has been creating a lot of hype amongst the people. The shooting of the film recently went on floors in California and pictures from the sets have been taking the internet by storm. The film is being directed by the Russo Brothers, who are known for their work in the Marvel franchise, with films like Avengers saga and Captain America, amongst others. Dhanush will be seen playing an important role in the international film after creating a name for himself through the global entertainer, The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir. He was last seen in the film Karnan which received raving reviews from the fans and critics alike.
Here is a look at the ZEE5 video with details related to Dhanush’s upcoming film, The Gray Man:
South Indian star Dhanush is not just a prominent name in the Tamil film industry, but also in Bollywood, with his promising work in films like Raanjhanaa, amongst others. He recently flew off to California as his upcoming Hollywood film, The Gray Man, went on floors. He will be seen sharing screen space with a bunch of famous Hollywood names like Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans. The project and its cast had been announced last year and it has already been creating a lot of hype amongst the people.
According to the video attached above, the film is being directed by Russo Brothers, who have previously worked on exceptional films like Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. This Hollywood entertainer is reportedly a big-budget project which is being bankrolled by the digital platform Netflix. The film will also have a global reach and is expected to premiere on Netflix in the next few months.
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