A star can give you an opening but that’s it: Dhanush


The adventure film is directed by Ken Scott and is based on Romain Puertolas’ novel “The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir Who Got Trapped in an Ikea Wardrobe. “It’s very difficult to understand how people want different things at different times and you have to work really hard on yourself, your films. “Probably I wasn’t lucky enough, it went to a better actor, other actors… So many things have to fall in place. If only you can master that, things would be easier and simpler,” Dhanush said in a group interview. Advertising

The 35-year-old actor believes as an artiste it is important to work hard as there are many talented people who can replace the one who is lazy. When I find a good script, I don’t see which language it is in. Advertising

Dhanush, who has headlined several blockbusters in South and made a successful Bollywood debut with Raanjhanaa, says an actor is always striving to give what the audience wants. You have to be updated, on your toes, always thinking what to do, what people want. I took this as a great opportunity to explore more. There are always so many better talents out there to replace you.”
Contrary to common perception, Dhanush says, even a star cannot get away with a bad film and has to constantly adapt to the changing times. I am not very fluent with the language, that was the only tiny block I had in mind. So it’s not as if I’ve never found any good script here. You cannot afford to be lazy. You cannot afford to snooze, not even a bit. “I don’t think stars ever got away with a bad film. I take it as it comes. “You’ll get kicked in your face. The actor is currently gearing up for the release of his first international project The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir. A star is as good as the film, as the script. Other than that, there was no pressure.”
There has always been an interest with regards to when will the actor return to Bollywood his last project was Shamitabh (2015) – and Dhanush says he has finalised something. More Explained

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“I was looking forward to learn and unlearn, understand how things work there. “That’s the million dollar question: what people want from your films and you. 0
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“The taste has changed, perception of quality has changed but that doesn’t mean they ever accepted a film just because it has a big star,” he adds. But I can tell you confidently I’m doing something very soon.”

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The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir is slated to be released on June 21. A star can give you an opening but that’s it. If your film isn’t good then.. Content has always been the king. “It wasn’t that I took a break (from Bollywood).