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Dhanush's Vaathi gets a Deepavali special poster

Vaathi will hit screens on December 2

Published: 24th October 2022

The makers Dhanush-starrer Vaathi have released a special poster on the occasion of Deepavali. It's a shot from an action scene where Dhanush is seen kneeling over a goon with three young boys watching in the background. Dhanush plays a junior teacher named Balamurgan in the film, which is set in the 90s. It is directed by Telugu filmmaker Venky Atluri, known for helming films like Tholi Prema, and Mr Majnu.

Vaathi is being made as a Tamil-Telugu bilingual with the Telugu version titled Sir. Samyuktha Menon plays the female lead's role in it. She is also essaying a teacher's part in the film. Samuthirakani, P Sai Kumar, Tanikella Bharani, Aadukalam Naren, Ilavarasu, Hareesh Peradi, and Praveena also star in it.

Vaathi has music by GV Prakash, cinematography by Yuvraj and editing by Navin Nooli. Sithara Entertainments and Fortune Four Cinemas are jointly backing the film. As announced officially by the makers, it will hit screens on December 2.

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