Dhanush makes his Bollywood debut with Raanjhnaa that also features Abhay Deol and Sonam Kapoor. The first trailer of the film is out and it ...
Sonam Kapoor essays the role of a student from Benaras who comes to Delhi to join Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU).
Sonam Kapoor looks completely in love in this still from Raanjhnaa.
Actor Dhanush plays a Hindi speaking Brahmin boy named Kundan, in love with Sonam's character.
Director Anand L. Rai has captured the essence of Benaras in this trailer of his film Raanjhnaa.
Sonam Kapoor and Dhanush play childhood lovers in Raanjhnaa.
Raanjhnaa features Sonam Kapoor, Abhay Deol and Dhanush.
The first trailer of Raanjhnaa looks like a colour riot.
Sonam Kapoor in a still from Raanjhnaa.
Director of Raanjhnaa Anand L Rai has proved his skills earlier with a hit like Tanu Weds Manu.
Southern actor-singer Dhanush, who is paired opposite Sonam Kapoor in filmmaker Anand L Rai’s upcoming directorial film, Raanjhnaa, says the actor never made him feel uncomfortable and was rather easy to impress.
“She is a sweetheart. She made sure I did not feel uncomfortable. She was quite patient when I was getting my Hindi wrong. She helped me a lot. It would be easy for her to laugh, but I would have lost my confidence,” says Dhanush, who is making his Bollywood debut.
In the film, the 29-year-old is seen having a tough time impressing Sonam, but in real life he says it is quite easy to please her. “It is very difficult to impress Sonam’s character Zoya in the film. But in reality it’s easy to impress Sonam. I think you should just be yourself and be good and nice to her,” he shares. Speaking about his experience of learning Hindi, he reveals that it wasn’t easy to hear himself speak Hindi. “It is weird to hear myself speak in another language. Sometimes I don’t understand what I am saying. I am looking forward to see the film on big screen,” he says.
The film’s music has been composed by AR Rahman, and Dhanush who is a singer himself, is all excited about it. “He (Rahman) has created his magic again.”