Dhanush leaves The Gray Man co-stars Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in splits, WATCH why

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The National Award winning actor Dhanush has made a big name for himself in the Tamil movie industry over the years, and even with just a handful of projects in Hindi, he has emerged as a Force to be reckoned with here as well. This week, the actor is making his foray into mainstream Hollywood as well, as he is starring in the Russo Brothers‘ The Gray Man, alongside some renowned people like Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling.

 

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Recently, at a press conference held for the film, Dhanush left the audience and his co-stars in splits with his quirky sense of humour. In the event attended by the team of The Gray Man, the actor was asked how did he came to be a part of the film, and his poker face reaction left everyone bursting into laughter. He said, “I don’t know how I ended up in this film.”

He went on to elaborate, “The casting agency in India one day told me that we have a Hollywood project and I was like OK. And, they were like it’s a big film. Ok, so which film, what film. They said no, it’s a big film and first we need your approval. Then I asked please tell me what film and then when they told me, I was like ahhhh, ok.” Dhanush’s dry sense of humour just left the crowd laughing out loud.

The actor even made a quippy remark on his character as he said, “It can’t get bigger than that. I was very thrilled, very excited and of course I don’t say much in this film, but I was super thrilled and I was looking for an opportunity to explore and learn more and this was an amazing opportunity for me and I hope I delivered.”

The Gray Man is directed by Avengers: Endgame fame Russo Brothers, Anthony and Joe Russo. It features an ensemble cast of Chris Evans, Ryan Gosling, Ana De Armas, Dhanush, Jessica Henwick, Rege-Jean Page, Wagner Moura, Julia Butters, Alfre Woodard and Billy Bob Thornton. Based on Mark Greany’s 2009 novel by the same name, the film sees Dhanush playing the head of one of the teams that is after freelance assassin and former CIA operative Court Gentry played by Ryan Gosling while Chris Evans plays Ryan’s psychopathic adversary. The film will have a limited theatrical release on July 15, followed by its release on Netflix on July 22.

 

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