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Feature: 5 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss Watching Dhanush’s Jagame Thandhiram

Starring maverick Tamil actor Dhanush in the lead role, Jagame Thandhiram is gearing up for its worldwide digital premieres on Netflix on 18th June. We can’t hold our excitement as the action drama will be streaming in a few hours from now and here are 5 reasons behind all the buzz and anticipation surrounding the film.
by Akanksha Sridhara | June 18, 2021 15:06 IST
Feature: 5 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss Watching Dhanush’s Jagame Thandhiram

Suruli aka Dhanush

 
Dhanush plays Suruli, a hotheaded gangster who helps an underworld kingpin assassin his arch nemesis and has to face the dire consequences for the same. His characterisation and screen presence is tipped to be the main highlight of the film. The trailer clearly implies Dhanush plays a full-on entertaining role and that in-turn raked up the excitement factor. Dhanush has mostly been starring in social dramas of late and it sure would be refreshing to see him in a lively and enthusiastic role.
 
The man behind the celluloid, Karthik Subbaraj
 
Karthik Subbaraj is a master of blending engaging plotlines with sleek action and he is treading a familiar territory with Jagame Thandhiram. Cine followers are eager to witness how Karthik presents the tale of a local Tamil gangster sets London underworld on fire. Pair Karthik’s stylish presentation with Dhanush‘s impeccable acting prowess and you have yourself a winner - just what Jagame Thandhiram promises to be.
 
National award winner Joju George
 
Joseph George, better known by his stage name Joju George is playing a pivotal role in the film. The national award winner will reportedly play a character with negative shades. It is safe to say that Jagame Thandhiram will be powered by two powerhouses Dhanush and Joju George.
 
Santosh Narayanan
 
Renowned music composer Santosh Narayanan is back in action with Jagame Thandhiram and his chartbuster audio single Rakita Rakita has already stuck a chord with music lovers. The veteran music director is known for his soulful background scores and it is really exciting to what he has in store for the viewers with Jagame Thandhiram.
 
James Cosmo
 
Scottish actor James Cosmo, who was seen in big-ticket Hollywood films like Braveheart, Troy, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, and Ben-Hur is set to enthrall South Indian audiences with Jagame Thandhiram. He will be seen as London underworld kingpin in the film. The trailer suggests that he is playing an author-backed role in the Karthik Subbaraj directorial.
 
The stakes are really high on Jagame Thandhiram and the fact that it is one of the first high-profile South Indian films to skip theatrical release and premiere directly on Netflix since the onset of Covid second wave is adding to the anticipation. Stay tuned for our in-depth review of the film.


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