This is how Dhanush represented Indian culture at the Mumbai event


After attending all overseas premieres and promotional events for her next venture, The gray man, Southern superstar Dhanush has returned to India to attend the film’s premiere in Mumbai. Apart from Dhanush, the film’s creators, Joe and Anthony Russo were also present for the big event in town. However, what caught fans’ attention during the star-studded event was Dhanush’s efforts to portray Indian culture.

The star-studded event saw a host of celebrities including Vicky Kaushal, Vishal Bharadwaj, Alaya Furniturewala, Aditi Pohankar, Raj & DK among others who were on hand to cheer Dhanush on and support his Hollywood debut. The Asura The actor, who is known for his modest and humble demeanor, sparked love from fans after shining a light on Indian culture at the premiere.

Dhanush shines a light on Indian culture at The gray man first

At the premiere, the National Award-winning actor opted for ethnic attire: a short-sleeved white shirt, white veshti and sandals. He also posed for the paparazzi with folded hands during the red carpet event. He posed for photographers with directors Joe and Anthony Russo while greeting namaste.

Even Joe Russo was also seen waving to the paparazzi with a namaste while thanking them. Apart from that, several videos from the event showed how Dhanush interacted with the Bollywood guests while thanking them for honoring their attendance. The Russo brothers were spotted at Kalina airport in Mumbai after arriving in India to promote The gray man.

Other viral videos show director duo Raj and DK speaking to the Russo Brothers as they lead the Russo Brothers Indian sister series. Citadel. Earlier, speaking to PTI, Joe explained how Indian talents are gaining prominence in the international market. “We just think we’re on the cusp of an explosion of Indian talent around the world. There’s only one other country in the world that’s making Hollywood-scale movies and that’s India. When you have a really strong film community, like in India, it produces talent with a lot of experience in front of the camera,” he said. The next film is set to hit giant streamer Netflix on the 22nd. July.

PHOTO: Varinder Chawla

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