Chennai, March 28, 2016: Dhanush, himself a National Award victor, said he was certain the film would win a ‘unique spot’ when he took up the endeavor.
With his creation wander Visaranai sacking three National Awards including best Tamil film, Tamil film star Dhanush on Monday said that the delight was “triple.”
Performing artist chief Samuthirakani, who made the super hit Nadodigal, sacked the best supporting performer recompense for his part in Visaranai, while the thriller additionally won best altering honor for late T.E. Kishore.
“Three recompenses for Visaranai mean triple the delight and I am compelled by a solemn obligation to thank (the film’s) executive Vetrimaran,” he said in an announcement here.
Dhanush, himself a National Award victor, said he was certain the film would procure an ‘extraordinary spot’ when he took up the endeavor, including Tamil groups of onlookers will acknowledge such “manifestations” and that he was urged to bolster all the more such endeavors.
Visaranai, in light of M. Chandrakumar’s novel Lock Up, has officially gotten universal awards.
In the interim, on-screen character executive Samuthirakani who stowed the best supporting performing artist honor for the film expressed gratitude toward the media, the whole cast and group of the motion picture.
“I have been chosen for the best supporting performing artist in the 63rd National Awards for the film Visaranai, delivered by on-screen character Dhanush. I am appreciative to the media, cast and team of the film and to the jury”, he said in an announcement.
He praised the Visaranai group for sacking the best Tamil film furthermore the late T.E. Kishore, who was chosen as the best supervisor.
Samuthirakani said his next film, Appa, is booked to be discharged soon.