Dhanush shares the first BTS video from his upcoming period-drama 'Captain Miller'
The BTS video gives us an inside look into director Arun Matheswaran's period-drama.
One of Dhanush's most anticipated movies of the year is Arun Matheswaran's period drama, Captain Miller. The movie will mark Matheswaran's directorial debut and his first collaboration with Dhanush.
In the BTS video, we are given a small glimpse of the sets and how the team managed to create the scenes. The movie is set during the 1980s and plot details remain under wraps.
The movie will also star Hollywood actor Edward Sonnenblick, who last played the role of Edward in SS Rajamouli's RRR.
The movie will also be the first time Kannada superstar Shivarajkumar will work alongside Dhanush, making Captain Miller his second Tamil movie after Rajinikanth's Jailer.
The rest of the cast includes Sundeep Kishan, Nivedhithaa Sathish, John Kokken, Priyanka Arulmohan, and Sumesh Moor.
Noted composer G.V. Prakash Kumar will be handling the music for the movie, with Shreyas Krishna in charge of the cinematography and Nagooran will be serving as editor.
Meanhwile Dhanush will be donning the director's hat for a second time, The movie will be produced by Dhanush's own production company Wunderbar Films in association with Sun Pictures, So far the movie has added Dushara Vijayan, Vishnu Vishal, and SJ Suryah to its cast.
Dhanush made his directorial debut with 2017s Pa Paandi. The movie follows the story of Pandian Pazhanisami(Rajkiran) a retired stuntman who goes off in search of his long-lost love Poonthendra(Revathi).
The movie was a critical and commercial hit and was even remade in Kannada as Ambi Ning Vayassaytho. No doubt Dhanush wants to recreate the success of Pa Paandi with his next directorial venture as well.
Dhnaush's first movie of the new year will be the coming-of-age drama Vaathi in which he will be starring alongside Samyuktha Menon. The movie is directed by Venky Atluri and is being shot simultaneously in Tamil and Telugu.
Captain Miller will be dubbed in all major Indian Languages and is expected to hit theaters worldwide in the latter half of 2023.