Where are Dhanush and Aishwarya off to?
Sep 01, 2012
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Dhanush and Aishwarya have left for the sacred city, Benaras today for the shoot of Raanjhnaa. The shoot is expected to last for around 40 days. This film, being directed by Anand Rai, marks the debut of the Kolaveri boy in Bollywood. The couple, both religious, will take this opportunity to visit the temple of Lord Kasi Vishwanath together.

Meanwhile, Dhanush has a lot of projects in hand including Bharath Bala’s Mariyaan, Vetri Maaran’s Vengai Samy and Sargunam’s Sotta Vaazha Kutty. He is also penning the script for Edhir Neechal starring Siva Karthikeyan and Priya Anand.

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