South Indian actor Dhanush was born as Venkatesh Prabhu Kasthoori Raja on July 28. Other than being an actor, Dhanush has additionally established himself as a producer, director, author, lyricist, screenwriter and playback singer. Whereas he normally labored for the Tamil cinema, the actor has additionally made his Bollywood debut with Aanand L Rai’s Raanjhanaa in 2013.
Popularly generally known as the Indian Bruce Lee for his martial arts influenced battle scenes in movies, the actor has labored in round 44 movies in his life, successful a number of awards together with three Nationwide Movie Awards. Dhanush is the son of director Kasthuri Raja and is married to Aishwarya R. Dhanush, daughter of celebrity Rajnikanth.
On his birthday right this moment, let’s revisit among the hit songs picturised on the actor:
Why This Kolaveri Di
If there’s one tune via which everybody recognises Dhanush, it’s actually Why This Kolaveri Di. The tune was sung by the actor, who additionally starred within the film three reverse Shruti Hassan. It has been written in Tanglish, a combination of Tamil and English lyrics.
Raanjhanaa Hua Mai Tera
On this first Bollywood film, Dhanush stole the limelight together with his picture of a Banarasi boy. The tune Raanjhanaa Hua Mai Tera, picturised on the boy falling deeply in love with one other woman, has been one of many hit numbers on Dhanush.
The tune from the film Velaiilla Pattadhari vents out the sensation of an unemployed man, who’s searching for life and work. The film, additionally widespread as VIP, exhibits Dhanush as Raghuvaran.
From the 2016 film Thodari, the tune Adadaa Ithuyenna is a love tune picturized on Dhanush and Keerthy Suresh. The boy expresses his feeling about falling in love and all the expertise he feels on seeing the woman.
The tune, describing the character of Dhanush within the film Raanjhanaa, describes the boy from Banaras, and his response to various things in life.
HBD Dhanush! We want you pleasure and prosperity in your huge day.