Release Date Announce Dhanush’s Vaathi Movie Latest News and Updates

Vaathi Movie Latest News

Vaathi  an action drama movie directed by Venky Atluri. The movie casts Dhanush, Samyuktha Menon, Sai Kumar, Tanikella Bharani, and many others are in the lead roles. The music composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar while the cinematography done by Dinesh Krishnan and it edited by Navin Nooli. The movie produced by Naga Vamsi S and Sai Soujanya under Sithara Entertainments – Fortune Four Cinemas banner.

Tamil actor Dhanush’s first straight movie Sir is out from the December race. Dhanush who had a series of releases this year asked the makers to release the film next year. Sir is now all set to hit the screens on February 17th, 2023. Vaathi the title locked for the film in Tamil. Venky Atluri is the director and Samyuktha is the heroine in this social drama.

With a new release date, Dhanush’s Vaathi also got two new posters featuring the Nationa-award winning star. Dhanush’s action avatar teased earlier in the stills and now, he seen in the midst of all the action in the new posters. In one of the Vaathi ‘s posters, Dhanush was in the center in his get-up while bodies of people seen lying on the ground around him. In the other still, he seen sitting on the steps, with the spotlight on him.

Vaathi Movie Teaser

On the occasion of actor Dhanush’s birthday, the makers of his upcoming Tamil-Telugu bilingual film ‘Vaathi’, have released the teaser of the film directed by Telugu director, Venky Atluri. The over a minute trailer gives a glimpse of how Dhanush fights against education system, which is being handles like a business. While Samyuktha Menon plays the female lead, Samuthirakani plays the villain.
Bankrolled by S Naga Vamsi and Sai Soujanya of Sithara Entertainments, the Tamil-Telugu bilingual has been titled ‘Vaathi’ in Tamil and ‘Sir’ in Telugu. The film said to be an ambitious journey of a common man, which has Dhanush playing a role of college teacher. The film  said to be a social drama that revolves around the education mafia and highlights one young man’s fight against the privatisation of education.