With the song Why this Kolaveri Di becoming such a phenomenon across not just India, but the whole world, it is only obvious that expectations are running sky high with regard to this film.
The film 3, which features Dhanush and Shruti Haasan supposed to be one of the most anticipated film of 2012 marks the debut direction of Superstar Rajinikanth's elder daughter Aishwarya Dhanush,..
3 is an upcoming Tamil romance film directed by Aishwarya Dhanush, daughter of actor Rajinikanth, who makes her directorial debut with the film.
A National Award winning actor is the protagonist. The elder daughter of the one and only Superstar is the director. And the heroine is the daughter of the Ulaganayagan. Make way for '3' that comes with these three interesting talents at the helm of affairs.
With 'Why this kolaveri di...' a single track from the film, going viral all over the world, the film has raised enough expectations. "It's a romantic entertainer with a difference," says Aishwarya.
Happy about making her debut as director with '3', she says, "It feels great to work with Dhanush, for he is ready to do whatever the director wants. Shruti Haasan is a thorough professional and we all had great time shooting for 3."
"It was my longtime dream to direct a film," Aishwarya says and adds: "I penned the script keeping Dhanush and Shruti Haasan in mind. It so happened both agreed to be part of this project."
On the music composer, Anirudh, who is a close relative of her, Aishwarya says, "He has been working with me for a longtime now. He composed music for all my short films. So he obviously became the music composer for my maiden feature film. He is a promising talent."
Says Dhanush, "We forgot that we are a couple on the sets of 3. Aishwarya treated herself as a director and I was just an actor, doing what she expected out of me. Honestly speaking, she has shaped up 3 in a very interesting manner."
He adds: "The film has an interesting storyline and I am sure that anyone who watches the film would like it. It has all the ingredients today's youngster expects from a movie. I am eagerly expecting the movie's release."
On her part, Shruti Haasan says, "I know Aishwarya right from the day when we were kids. We became very close while working for 3. I had a very meaty role to play and Dhanush is a very good co-star to work with."
Anirudh hopes that the film would carve a place for him in Kollywood. The young composer in his early 20s is very humble when he says, "The credits for 'kolaveri...' not just belong to me. Dhanush came out with good lyrics and he crooned it well. Aishwarya ably supported us."