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Raanjhnaa trailer impresses my family and friends : Dhanush

Chennai, Apr 26 (): The trailer of Raanjhanaa, the Bollywood debut movie of Southern actor, Kolaveri Di fame Dhanush was released recently. The response to the trailer has been great.

It has won appreciation from many across the industry and fans. The main highlight of the trailer is Dhanush conversing in Hindi. ‘Raanjhnaa trailer has impressed my family and friends,’ said Dhanush.

Dhanush recently dedicated to speak Hindi on Tuesday because the trailer of Raanjhnaa, released on that day. The 29 year old actor tweeted, “Aaj mein Hindi mein baat karunga”.

Dhanush’s family is also proud of the actor’s effort in mastering Hindi. His wife Aishwarya Dhanush and his brother Selvaraghavan have posted their comments in their micro-blogging site.

Aishwarya, wife of the actor and elder daughter of Tamil superstar Rajinikanth, expressed her happiness on seeing her husband speak in Hindi in the official trailer of the film ‘Raanjhana’. She tweeted, “The trailer of Raanjhanaa is out !!! Omg I love it :-):-) check it out …love my hindi talking @dhanushkraja (sic).”

Dhanush’s brother director Selvaraghavan also praised his brother on Twitter. He wrote, “Superb dhanush!! Raanjhnaa rocks! My thambi (brother) is speaking Hindi. Proudest moment for all of us.”

Selvaraghavan was excited on seeing the response of the fans and claimed that without the support of the fans, they would not have attained so much in their lives. He tweeted, “It’s all because of our beloved audience.we were just two normal youngsters when we started.you made us what we are today.grateful.”

Venkat Prabhu, director and a friend of Dhanush, tweeted, “Awesome Dhanush! Brilliant as usual and I am sure he is again going to make us proud.”

Producer Dhayanidhi Alagiri wrote, “Raanjhnaa trailer! Like always he is good at what he does. Great work Dhanush.”

The actor took lot of efforts to learn Hindi to work in the romantic drama, which also stars Sonam Kapoor and Abhay Deol, and has music by Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman.