Actor-producer Dhanush, whose production venture “Visaranai” is India’s official entry to the Oscars next year, described the selection as a “proud moment” for his Wunderbar Films and the director Vetrimaran. – @siliconeer #siliconeer #Dhanush #Visaranai #Ventimaran #WunderbarFilms #Oscars #Bollywood #TamilCinema #Tollywood #Samuthrakani #Kishore #MChandrakumar #KamalHaasan #HeyRam #Dreambig #Thodari #LockUp #SVinod
“Proud moment for Wunderbar Films and Vetrimaran. #Dreambig,” he wrote on Twitter.
The National award-winning actor said it was a “glorious day” for him since his latest film “Thodari,” which released last week, was receiving ‘super positive initial reports.’
“My sincere thanks to all those who believed in me and my production house. I would like to thank the fantastic cast of the film—Dinesh, Samuthrakani and Kishore.”
He also thanked the executive producer of Wunderbar Films, S. Vinod, the crew, press, media, well-wishers and cinema lovers and all those who “watch movies in theatres.”
“It is a joyous moment for all of us,” he added.
The movie, based on the novel “Lock Up” by M. Chandrakumar, had won three honors at this year’s National film awards.
“Visaranai” is the ninth Tamil movie to represent India at the Oscars.
The last Tamil film to be submitted as India’s Oscar entry was Kamal Haasan’s “Hey Ram” (2000).