The combination of Dhanush, composer GV Prakash and director Vetrimaaran was one of the deadliest combos at that time, leading to terrific films in Polladhavan and Aadukalam. GVP’s music for those films was so good that it is widely celebrated even today, being regulars on radio stations. However, misunderstandings between Dhanush and GVP led to the duo breaking up during the making of Dhanush’s production Kaaka Muttai. And that is the main reason for Vetrimaaran heading to Santhosh Narayanan for Vada Chennai, with the composer bagging the opportunity with both hands.
But now, Dhanush and GVP have finally buried their quarrels, with the former crooning a song in GVP’s acting venture Jail to confirm the fact. To add more to the merry, GVP will be the composer for Dhanush’s upcoming venture Asuran, which goes on floors on Republic Day, the 26th of January. The film, which will be bankrolled by Kalaipuli Dhanu, is said to be a revenge thriller based on a popular novel.
Asuran is said to be a quickie which will be completed in a short span of just two months, with a release planned for the end of the year.
Dhanush, who has been busy shooting for his second directorial, has pushed everything aside allotting bulk dates for this project as it requires him to be in a single look throughout. The rest of the cast and the crew will be announced on the first day of shoot.