Dhanush's New Blockbuster Wins The Box Office In The US

Author |Oct 18, 2018

The Tamil language gangster film has opened well in both South India and America

The latest release of the Tamil language film Vada Chennai opened well not only in southern India but also America.

Vada Chennai's poster

Vada Chennai took the box office by storm

Sharing his story, Ramesh Bala, a trade analyst, revealed that even though the film’s release date was on a mid-week day, which was October 17, it did not mean its global reception was deterred also. Given the fact that it reached roughly 100,000 dollars at the box office in the US.

Following this, Ramesh also shared Vada Chennai’s first-look poster on social media. He tweeted about the successful opening of the film in KA, TN, KE and even in the US. He further added in his second tweet, ”After Premieres and Day 1, #VadaChennai nears $100K at the #USA Box office.. Tracking well for a mid-week release..”

The action gangster movie was leaked online

This gangster drama hit screens on October 17 but it was leaked on the Internet on the torrent sites after around only 3 hours of the release. Hence, a host of audiences, indeed Dhanush’s fans, have risen up in anger over this case. They soon urged the moviegoers to watch this film legally right in theatres and stop downloading the version which was surfaced online.

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Dhanush in the movie

The third time collaboration of Dhanush and Vetrimaaran

Ever since Venda Chennai’s inception, the film has been planned as a trilogy and especially produced by nationally acclaimed director Vetrimaaran. It is not the first collaboration between the director and Dhanush as they previously worked in conjunction with each other on 2 different projects, including of Polladhavan in 2007 and Aadukalam in 2011.

The first season of the series had been in production over a period of two years and made on a very huge budget. Dhanush has been not only a starrer but also a bankroller of the movie.

5-star rate from expert

Manoj Kumar R from Indiaexpress.com, in his review, wrote that the film was not a standout story in Vada Chennai. However, he praised the way director Vetrimaaran had filmed the lifestyle of a destination where is close yet far enough away from the modern civilization of India.

 He kept expressing his respect and gratitude toward the director by saying “Vetrimaaran, who is also the writer, keeps you trapped in the underbelly of the city’s dark corners that is crawling with bloodthirsty criminals”.

Together with the review, Manoj also rated the film with 5 stars.


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