Dhanush reacts after photographer asks him to say something in ‘south’, read details

Venkatesh Prabhu Kashturi Raja, better known as Dhanush, was born in 1983. The South Indian actor is also a director, writer, and lyricist, as well as a backing vocalist. This young star wowed everyone with his charisma and has gone on to become a very well-known and successful person in today’s world, as well as exploring Bollywood. 

You would certainly become a Dhanush fan after seeing his acting. During his career, he appeared in 44 films. Venkatesh Prabhu Kasthuri Raja is the young actor’s real name, but he is more known for his acting career as Dhanush.

The origins of the name are known to South Indian actor-director Prabhu Deva and actress Ilaya Thilagam Deva. The most famous song of Dhanush “Why this Kolaveri di” was recorded in only six minutes and at the time it was a smash hit. The talented actor produced his first song in only 35 minutes, according to reports. This song also received many prizes such as Youtube Gold Awards.

Dhanush reacts after photographer asks him to say something in ‘south’, read details

Actor Dhanush gives a humble reply to the photographer

Meanwhile, actors Sara Ali Khan and Dhanush are a bit busy promoting their upcoming film Atrangi Re. In a recent video shared on social media, one of the photographers can be seen asking Dhanush to say something in ‘south’.

“Sir kuch South mein boliye na? (Sir please say something in South).” Meanwhile, Dhanush replies “Haan?” All of a sudden, another paparazzo shouts “Tamil mein, Tamil mein (In Tamil.)” Dhanush says: “Vanakkam (Hello),” with folded hands. Meanwhile, Sara Ali Khan bursts into laughter at the exchange.

Many fans responded to the video clip in the comments section and lashed out at the photographer for asking the actor to say something in south rather than being specific. One person said: “Bhaiyya south mein 4 languages hoti hain.

Telugu, Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam. Koi abhi North Indian se ‘north’ bolne ko bolega toh woh Hindi bolega ya Marathi ya Gujarati ya Punjabi ya Himachali? (Brother South India has 4 languages Telugu, Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam. If somebody asks a North Indian to say something in ‘North’ then will he speak Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi or Himachali)”

Another one wrote, “South mein boliye? Umm? Aap north mein bolte ho kya bhaiyya? (Say something in south? Brother do you speak in North?)” Making an absolute mockery of the incident another one wrote, “What is south mein boliye abhi Mumbai se South mein jaye bolne ke liye (What is speak in South? Should a person go from Mumbai to South India just to speak)? Paps should have the basic knowledge of how to speak.”

Meanwhile, a large section of the fans pointed out Dhanush’s humble gesture and wrote, “Dhanush is so humble.” While another one wrote, “What is south mein bolo? South India mein bhi languages hain alag (What do you mean by speak in South? South India has different languages). I am so glad that he remained humble and said vannakam.”