Dhanush was conceived on the 28th of July, 1983 to Kasthuri Raja, who was a no doubt understood film executive. He finished his higher studies from the St. John Matriculation Higher Secondary School Alwarthirunagar. Under the weight given by his sibling cum executive Selvaraghavan, Dhanush chose to take going about as his vocation.
Dhanush, the Tamil lyricist, performing artist, maker and playback vocalist made his first passage into the business with his dad’s film ‘Thulluvado Llamai’, featuring Dhanush himself, Sherin, Abhinay, Ramesh, Shilpa, Gangeshwari and Ramesh Khanna.This motion picture was coordinated by his dad and the story was composed by his sibling, Selvaraghavan. This film was a blockbuster and it conveyed to him the abundantly required magnificence that he needed for in his first film.
Dhanush went under the spotlight with his sibling, Selvaraghavan’s first directional endeavor titled ‘Kadhal Kondein’, featuring Dhanush, Sonia Agarwal, Sudeep, Nagesh, Srikanth and Daniel Balaji. This film, which was discharged on the 4th of July, 2003, depicted Dhanush as Vinod, a rationally aggravated young fellow, who went gaga for his companion (played by Sonia Agarwal) and in the end this affection transforming into possessiveness over her. This film was a tremendous achievement and it slung him into the fundamental invasion of Tamil on-screen characters in the Tamil film industry. Next up, he featured in Subramaniam Siva’s ‘Thiruda Thirudi’ alongside Chaya Singh and Manikka Vinayagam. This was Dhanush’s first ever saint driven film and he got loads of positive input for his execution in the motion picture.
Amid 2004 and 2005, Dhanush had a setback in his acting vocation as the majority of his movies discharged amid this time crevice were disappointments in the cinema world. In spite of the fact that the initial three of his film discharged amid this period were relatively beneficial, the rest were simply huge business disappointments. His first disappointment was ‘Pudhukottaiyilirundhu Saravanan’, coordinated and composed by S. S. Stanley and highlighting Dhanush and Aparna Pillai in the number one spot parts. Next up he showed up in Ramana’s 2004 Tamil flick named ‘Sullan’. This film again was a film industry disappointment. His third disappointment was Kasthuri Raja’s 2004 film titled ‘Dreams’, featuring Dhanush, Diya and Parul Yadav. ‘Dream’s remaining parts to be one of Dhanush’s greatest disappointments till date.
In 2005, Dhanush seemed to two movies which were normal grossers. The principal was Boopathy Pandian’s ‘Devathayai Kanden’, featuring Dhanush himself alongside Sridevi Vijaykumar. His second motion picture was ‘Adhu Oru Kanu Kaalam’, coordinated by Balu Mahendra and delivered by Sai Suresh. This film was an odd endeavor and inspite of accepting rave surveys, it didn’t do well at the theaters.
As far as film spending plan, one of Dhanush’s greatest ventures was the 2006 Tamil criminal flick titled ‘Pudhupettai’, coordinated by Selvaraghavan and featuring Dhanush, Sneha and Sonia Agarwal. This film was lauded overall yet it neglected to catch the consideration of the Tamil group of onlookers and it just turned into a normal grosser film. The rendition of this motion picture which was named in Tamil (titled ‘Dhoolpet’) fared marginally better. Later on, Dhanush showed up in Boopathy Pandian’s parody flick titled ‘Thiruvilaiyaadal Arambam’, featuring Dhanush, Prakash Raj and Sriya Saran. This film turned into Dhanush’s first hit film in three years.
In the year 2007, Dhanush’s first discharge was the Suresh Krishna coordinated ‘Parattai Engira Azhagu Sudaram’, featuring Dhanush, Meera Jasmine and Archana. This film which was a revamp of ‘Jogi’, a Kannada dialect motion picture, fizzled in the cinema world and in the process it got bunches of negative surveys. Next up, Dhanush showed up in the 2007 Vetrimaaran coordinated Tamil flick titled ‘Polladhavan’. This film, stuffed with his fantastic execution, was a blockbuster at the theaters. This motion picture which was taking into account Vittorio De Sica’s ‘The Bicycle Thieves’ thrown Dhanush inverse the surely understood Divya Spandana.
In 2008, he featured in Mithran Jawahar’s Tamil dramatization flick titled ‘Yaaradi Nee Mohini’, which was a revamp of the Telegu film, ‘Aadavari Matalaku Ardhalu Verule’, coordinated by his sibling, Selvaraghavan. ‘Yaaradi Nee Mohini’ which was discharged on the 4th of April, 2008 was a major blockbuster at the theaters. Next up he did a unique appearance in a tune grouping in the Ranjnikanth starrer ‘Kuselan’, coordinated by P. Basu. Next up in 2009, he was seen inverse Tamannaah Bhatiya in Suraj’s Tamil activity drama, ‘Padikathavan’, featuring Dhanush, Tamannaah, Sayaji Shinde, Atul Kulkarni, Suman and Pratap Pothan. He got loads of honors and gratefulness for his marvelous execution in this film. In the year 2010, he showed up in Mithran Jawahar’s “Uthamaputhiran” and ‘Kutty’, both of which were hits notwithstanding getting blended audits.
In 2011, Dhanush’s first discharge was the Vetrimaran coordinated ‘Aadukalam’, which he had been working for more than three years. This film where Dhanush assumed the part of a cockfighter, got loads of positive audits and it won 6 honors at the 58th National Film Awards. Dhanush himself got the National Film Best Actor Award for his execution in this film and he turned into one of the most youthful performing artists to get this grant. Next up Dhanush did an amplified cameo in ‘Seedan’, coordinated by Subramania Siva, where he depicted the character of a divine being. Dhanush’s next two tasks were activity stuffed movies: the first being ‘Mappillai’, coordinated by Suraj and the second was ‘Venghai’, coordinated by Hari. Both of these movies got blended surveys. Taking after these two movies, he showed up in the 2011 Selvaraghavan coordinated sentimental dramatization flick titled ‘Mayakkam Enna’, featuring Dhanush and Richa Gangopadhyay and this film was effective in the cinema world. One of Dhanush’s late movies incorporates the Tamil sentimental thriller coordinated by Aishwariya Rajnikanth, his wife. Titled ‘3’, this film combined Dhanush with Shruti Saran and even befire this film was discharged, this film picked up a great deal of ubiquity with the arrival of ‘Why This Kolaveri Di’, a tune from the film’s soundtrack. ‘Why This Kolaveri Di’, which was composed and sung by Dhanush turned into a hit around the world. He had additionally sung another melody in this film named ‘Kannazhaga’.
Some of his up and coming activities incorporate Bharat Bhala’s “Mariyaan” and the Aanand L. Rai coordinated ‘Raanjhnaa’. “Raanjhnaa” would be Dhanush’s first ever Hindi film. Dhanush had additionally needed his second Hindi film, where he would assume the part of Dashrath Manji, in Manish Jha’s biopic. Aside from the above movies, Dhanush has additionally enlisted himself in Thomson K. Thomas’ ‘Kammath & Kammath’ which would be Dhanush’s first Malayalam film.
As a playback vocalist, Dhanush sung a few numbers in different movies, for example, ‘3’, ‘Pudhukottaiyilirundhu Saravanan’, Pudhupettai’, ‘Aayirathil Oruvan’ and ‘Mayakkam Enna’.
As a maker, he will be creating the 2013 Senthil coordinated ‘Ethir Neechal’, featuring Sivakarthikeyan, Nandita and Priya Anand.
Dhanush Body size/Measurements
in centimeter (cm) 168 cm (barefoot without heels)
Height in Inch 66.14 inches
Height in feet 5.51 foot , 5 feet 5.1 inches
Height in Meters 1.68 m
Height (with Heels/Shoes) 5’6″ – 5’7″ feet
Dhanush Weight (in 2013): 62 Kg or 137 Lbs/pounds
Dhanush Physique/Body size : 36 inches (chest size), 28 inches (waist size)
Dhanush Biceps Size: 13.5 inches
Age in 2013 – 30
Eye Color: Black
Hair Color & Pattern: Black
Shoe Size: 7[/two_fifth]