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Dhanush releases the Telugu trailer of Thiruchitrambalam; gives a peek into life of Pazham

The film starring Nithya Menen, Priya Bhavani Shankar and Raashi Khanna is all set to release on August 18

Dhanush releases the Telugu trailer of Thiruchitrambalam; gives a peek into life of Pazham
A poster of Thiruchitrambalam
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Last Updated: 02.31 PM, Aug 13, 2022

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The much-awaited Telugu trailer of Dhanush's Thiruchitrambalam was released today. The film, which has been titled, Thiru in Telugu, is the dubbed version of the film. Taking to his social media page, the film's production house wrote, "Glimpse into Thiru's Life, #Thiru trailer out now🤩🥳 ▶️https://youtu.be/XDjoPBTI_Kk @dhanushkraja @anirudhofficial #Bharathiraja @prakashraaj @MithranRJawahar @MenenNithya @RaashiiKhanna_ @priya_Bshankar @dancersatz @silvastunt @omdop @editor_prasanna @jacki_art @theSreyas (sic)."

Thiruchitrambalam, directed by Mithran R Jawahar, has three leading ladies- Nithya Menen, Priya Bhavani Shankar and Raashi Khanna. The supporting cast includes Bharathiraaja, Prakash Raj, Munishkanth and Aranthangi Nisha. While Prakash Raj plays Dhanush's father, Bharathiraja plays his grandfather. Dhanush's character Thiruchitrambalam is named after him. Everyone fondly addresses Dhanush's character as Pazham, the shortened version of Thiruchitrambalam. The actor plays a food delivery agent in the film, who has boring regular life. Nithya Menen plays Thiruchitrambalam's childhood friend Shobana. Priya Bhavani Shankar plays his crush and Raashi Khanna, his girlfriend. 

Music for the film is by Anirudh Ravichander and the album marks the return of the hit combination of Dhanush and Anirudh. The dance number Thaai Kelavi has already become a huge chartbuster. This apart, there are three other songs in the film, namely Megham Karukaatha, Life of Pazham and Themozhi. Interestingly, Dhanush, who is a huge fan of Isaignani Ilaiyaraaja in real life, plays a fan of the maestro in the film. The actor had revealed during the audio launch of the film he would exist if not for Ilaiyaraaja music.

Cinematography for Thiruchitrambalam is by Om Prakash and editing is by Prasanna GK. The film is bankrolled by Sun Pictures, which has also bagged the satellite rights and digital streaming rights of the film. The film, which recently received the U/A certificate from the Censor Board of Certification, is all set to hit screens on August 18.

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