MS Dhoni’s Entertainment Production House launches its first feature film in Tamil

MS Dhoni's production house Dhoni Entertainment announces its first feature film in Tamil

Chennai: Dhoni Entertainment, the production house of cricket legend Mahindra Singh Dhoni and his wife Sakshi Singh Dhoni, which is getting into mainstream film production, will make its first feature film in Tamil. The production house has also announced that it intends to make films in all mainstream languages ​​across India.

Apart from Tamil, Dhoni Entertainment is in talks with several filmmakers and screenwriters to create and create exciting and meaningful content across all genres including science fiction, suspense thriller, crime, drama and comedy. It may be recalled that Dhoni Entertainment has already produced and released the popular documentary, ‘Roar of the Lion’, which was based on the IPL matches played by Chennai Super Kings.

A short film about cancer awareness “Women’s Day Out” was also produced by the production house.

In a statement, Dhoni Entertainment said that the cricketer shared an extraordinary bond with the people of Tamil Nadu and wanted to further strengthen this extra special bond by producing his first film in Tamil.

The film, which will be a family entertainer, was conceived by Sakshi Singh Dhoni, managing director of Dhoni Entertainment, said the production house and added that it was to be directed by Ramesh Thamilmani, who has also written Atharva - The Originals., a new age graphic novel. The cast and crew of the film will be announced soon.

“From the moment I read the concept written by Sakshi, I knew it was special. The concept was fresh and it had all the potential to be a fun family entertainer. I was honored and very much for this opportunity to really develop it. Grateful for a new concept in the story of a feature film and also for directing the film,” said director Ramesh Thamilmani.

He further added, “We are all excited to embark on this journey and bring this special film to life for the audience to watch and enjoy.”

MS Dhoni Entertainment Business Head Vikas Hasija said, “After the pandemic, the mainstream film business in India has become a singular entity. The boundaries are blurred and there is no longer a regional cinema vs Hindi cinema debate. Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada films are equally celebrated in the north, Dhoni Entertainment does not want to limit itself as a one language production house.

“Our priority is to reach out to our Indian audience in every nook and corner of our country through meaningful stories. Though our first film will be originally made in Tamil, it will be released in multiple languages.”