Dhanush watches Rajnikanth’s ‘Jailer’ FDFS in a multiplex in Chennai – WATCH

Dhanush and Aishwarya Rajinikanth confirmed their split in January 2022.

Jailer, the latest movie by Tamil superstar Rajinikanth, is already receiving rave reviews from viewers who saw the first day-first show (FDFS). Tamil Nadu has 900 theatres showing the movie, which was directed by Nelson Dileepkumar and produced by Kalanidhi Maran under the Sun Pictures brand.

On Thursday morning, fans including Rajinikanth’s ex-son-in-law and actor Dhanush flocked to a multiplex in Chennai to see the movie. See the video down below.


For those who are unaware, Dhanush and Aishwarya Rajinikanth declared their divorce in a joint statement in January 2022. In 2004, Dhanush wed Aishwarya, the eldest daughter of actor Rajinikanth. Yatra Raja and Linga Raja are their two sons.

Dhanush said, “18 years of togetherness as friends, couple, as parents and well-wishers to each other The journey has been of growth, understanding, adjusting, and adapting. Today we stand at a place where our paths separate… Aishwaryaa and I have decided to part ways as a couple and take time to understand us as individuals for the better. Please do Respect our decision and give us the needed privacy to deal with this. Om Namashivaaya! Spread love, D.”

Mohanlal and Jackie Shroff are also featured in Jailer, albeit the roles they are portraying have not yet been made public. Ramya Krishnan, Tamannah, Vinayakan, and comedian Yogi Babu make up the ensemble group. It features Anirudh Ravichander’s music.

On the professional front, Dhanush is preparing for Captain Miller’s release. Arun Matheswaran is the director of the movie. Important parts are also played by Priyanka Arul Mohan, Shiva Rajkumar, Nivedhithaa Sathish, and Sundeep Kishan. Tere Ishk Mein is another movie Dhanush has with director Aanand L Rai. The pair had previously collaborated on the films Raanjhana and Atrangi Re.

Dhanush revealed his 51st movie last month. The project will be led by Sekhar Kammula. The movie will reportedly be “mounted on a grand scale in multiple languages.”