Impressing viewers with his class performances, Dhanush is one of the most versatile actors in Indian cinema and these movies showcase his range as an exemplary actor

The popular ‘Kolaveri Di’ boy Venkatesh Prabhu Kasthoori Raja A.K.A Dhanush, is a talent box, full of flair and flamboyance. He is an Indian actor, producer, director, writer, lyricist, screenwriter and playback singer who rules Tamil cinema with his charm.

Fans have given him a loving nickname ‘Indian Bruce Lee’ because of his action-packed martial arts fight scenes in his films. For his excellent contribution in the film fraternity, he is a proud holder of many laurels and achievements including SIIMA Awards, Vijay Awards, Filmfare Awards South, Vikatan Awards, Edison Awards, three National Film Awards and a Filmfare Award. 

We all remember the song ‘Why this Kolaveri Di‘ released in 2011 and how it got us hooked and we couldn’t stop humming the song. The song video became the first Indian music video to cross 100 million views on YouTube. 

His exceptional acting skills made him experiment a bit with Bollywood movies and he made his Bollywood debut with Aanand L Rai’s Raanjhanaa in 2013. He played the role of an obsessive one-sided lover in the film which him the Best Male Debut Award at Filmfare Awards.

Watch these super-hit movies by Dhanush:




Velai Illa Pattadhaari




Kaadhal Kondein




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