Tamil star Dhanush also revealed that he was completely impressed by the final theatrical cut of Captain Miller.
Tamil superstar Dhanush's upcoming movie Captain Miller is one of the most awaited movies of 2024. With just two days left for its grand release, composer G. V. Prakash Kumar has added to the growing expectations by sharing his thoughts about the movie. "Bgscore done and mix done for #captainmiller …. The film is 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥….. wait for Ds intro music … ✨💫🔥" he tweeted.
Prakash used plenty of fire emojis to visually express his excitement for the movie. His background score already received huge praise from the audiences following the release of the trailer for Captain Miller. The single tracks that were released earlier including the title track, "Killer, Killer" and "Koranaaru" have already struck a chord with the audiences.
Captain Miller is director Arun Matheswaran's first film to get a worldwide theatrical release. Even though the filmmaker already has two critically acclaimed films to his credit, neither Rocky nor Saani Kaayidham had a big theatrical outing. While the industry has seen Arun's impressive storytelling skills, there is no record of the potential of his movies to appeal to larger and wider audiences. However, Dhanush is confident that Arun will scale great heights in cinema.
"Arun Matheswaran reminds me a lot of Vetrimaaran. I am very fortunate to have found a talent like you. When I met him, Rocky had not been released. Or I didn't see the full script of Captain Miller. But, I could see what he was capable of. I feel lucky that I caught him first," Dhanush said during the pre-release event of Captain Miller.
Dhanush also revealed that he was completely impressed by the final cut of Captain Miller, suggesting Arun will become the most sought-after filmmaker after the release of this film.
In Captain Miller, Dhanush plays a lethal outlaw in the British-ruled India. He leads a massive war against the imperial forces, causing the British Empire to lose a lot of blood and shillings. Based on the trailer. Dhanush is set to deliver a powerful performance, providing a fresh perspective on the effects of living under merciless tyranny.
Captain Miller also stars Shivarajkumar, Priyanka Arul Mohan, Aditi Balan, Sundeep Kishan, Edward Sonnenblick and John Kokken. It's due in cinemas on January 12.