The film's director, Selvaraghavan, today shared a picture from the dubbing session
Last Updated: 02.47 PM, Jul 13, 2022
The dubbing for Dhanush's upcoming film, Naane Varuven has begun. The film, directed by Selvaraghavan, is said to have Dhanush in dual roles, playing both the protagonist and the antagonist. Selvaraghavan, who had revealed that he was forced to act in the film as well, today shared a picture of himself from the dubbing studio. He captioned it, "Dubbing started!! 😊 #naanevaruven @theVcreations @dhanushkraja @thisisysr @omdop @dhilipaction @theedittable @RVijaimurugan @StunShiva8 @Actress_Indhuja @ElliAvrRam (sic)." The film has Indhuja Ravichandran and Elli AvrRam playing the leading ladies.
While Om Prakash is handling the cinematography of the film, RK Vijai Murugan is in charge of the art direction. Bhuvan Srinivasan is handling the editing. Dhilip Subbarayan has choreographed the stunt sequences and Kalyan has choreographed the dance sequences.
The shoot for the psychological thriller began earlier in October last year. Interestingly, Selvaraghavan is directing Dhanush after a span of 11 years. The reunion of the brothers has piqued the curiosity of the audience and raised the expectations. Yuvan Shankar Raja is also back with Selvaraghavan after a hiatus and is composing the music for the film. The post-production work has begun and is on in full swing. The film is being produced by Kalaippuli S Thanu under V Creations.
While Dhanush was last seen in Maaran which had a direct release on Disney+ Hotstar, Selvaraghavan was seen in Saani Kaayidham, and his performance as Sangaiah went on to receive rave reviews from the critics and the audience. He played Keerthy Suresh's step-brother in the revenge drama, directed by Arun Matheswaran. Though Selvaraghavan had made his acting debut with Saani Kaayidham, it was Vijay's Beast, directed by Nelson Dilipkumar, which released first on the occasion of Tamil New Year. Naane Varuven will be his third film as an actor. Selvaraghavan had stated in an interview to OTTplay that any role that excites and has the potential to perform, would make him get on board.