During a recent interaction with an agency, Dhanush, who is one of the most popular names in Tamil cinema—opened up about his career goals and said that he wants to spread positivity through his work. He went on to add that, as a writer, he often takes inspiration from real-life incidents.
“Most scenes in the first part of ‘VIP’ were based on events which I saw and read about. I like the kind of writing that’s easily relatable, emotionally rooted and that’s something which easily connects with the masses. I also like to spread positivity and love through my writing in my films,” he added.
Besides this, he also stressed that he is not too affected by mixed or negative feedback and treats things with a ‘positive outlook’.
“Power Paandi received a rousing response from critics and audiences alike. When I could accept it, I should also have the maturity to accept the mixed reactions for VIP 2. The critics can be right sometimes and the audiences can also be right on some occasions. We need to learn to accept both,” he added.
Well, that is quite a nice way of handling things and explains why Dhanush is such a successful star.
On a related note, Dhanush was last seen in the recently released ‘VIP 2’. A sequel to ‘VIP’, it is an action-comedy and has been directed by Soundarya Rajinikanth. Besides D, it features Kajol and Amala Paul in the lead.
At present, Dhanush has several big films in his kitty including his maiden Hollywood outing ‘The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir’.