Director Gautham Menon, known for his captivating storytelling, recently showcased a side that left the internet buzzing: his knack for handling criticism with unmatched humour and style.
A cheeky comment from a Twitter user took a light-hearted jab at the duration between the film Dhruva Natchathiram’s announcement and its imminent release. Highlighting her life’s journey from college to a corporate job during this timeframe, the tweet seemed to underline the long wait for the movie. Gautham, however, responded in his quintessential way. Pointing out his endeavors in the interim, he humorously noted the growth in his portfolio – three films, four anthology shorts, five music videos, and the development of a keen sixth sense.
There’s been a lot of learning since then, I’ve directed and released 3 films, 4 anthology shorts, 5 music videos and developed a keen 6th sense. https://t.co/TlKbEVMUHB
— Gauthamvasudevmenon (@menongautham) October 25, 2023
While fans applauded Gautham’s wit, the excitement for Dhruva Natchathiram hasn’t diminished. Scheduled for a grand release on November 24, this movie, starring the charismatic Chiyan Vikram, has remained in the cinephile’s spotlight. Interestingly, even as this action spectacle was years in the making, the recent trailer suggests no hints of age. The breathtaking visuals and gripping narrative feel as fresh as ever, signaling Menon’s dedication to perfection.
With Vikram’s captivating aura, the film promises more than just action. A spectacular ensemble cast, including Ritu Varma, Parthiban, and Simran, to name a few, ensures a wholesome cinematic experience. The musical melodies crafted by Harris Jayaraj complement the film’s essence, while Yannick Ben’s action sequences are sure to keep the audience on the edge of their seats.
In the world of cinema, where timelines often shift, it’s the final product that matters. And with Dhruva Natchathiram, the anticipation suggests that good things indeed come to those who wait.