Asuran to be screened at Osaka Tamil International Film Festival.
Vetri Maaran's Asuran has been nominated for Tamil Best Feature Film Of The Year 2019 at Osaka Tamil International Film Festival in Japan
Dhanush's Asuran is all set to be screened at Osaka Tamil International Film Festival in Japan. The film, which released in 2019, turned out to be a blockbuster with over Rs 100 crore in the bank. Many top production houses across the country fought for the remake rights of the film as it garnered good response from both audiences as well as critics.
Now, Asuran will be screened at Osaka Tamil International Film Festival in Japan and it has also been nominated for the Tamil Best Feature Film of The Year 2019. Their official post read, "#Asuran has been Officially Selected for screening & Nominated for the category Best Tamil film of the year 2019 at @osaka_tamil Film Festival, March 27th and 28th 2021. Osaka City, Japan (sic)."
#Asuran has been Officially selected for screening & Nominated for the category Best Tamil film of the year 2019 at @osaka_tamil Film Festival, March 27th and 28th 2021. Osaka City, Japan.https://t.co/L2VTAzbkquhttps://t.co/C72L9EpV9M@KskSelvaPRO @VetriMaaran @dhanushkraja pic.twitter.com/Im1FunWn8M— Osaka Tamil International Film Festival (@osaka_tamil) March 15, 2021
Dhanush’s Asuran was recently screened at the Indian Panorama section of the International Film Festival of India and at the 78th Golden Globes Awards.
Asuran is based on the popular Tamil novel Vekkai written by Poomani. It is a blood-soaked revenge story of a father, a farmer, who avenges the ruthless murder of his son. Directed by award-winning filmmaker Vetri Maaran, the film featured Dhanush in dual roles.
The film is being remade in Telugu with Venkatesh Daggubati in the lead role. The first look poster and the teaser of the film was a huge hit.
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