Actor Dhanush and his father Kasthoori Raja recently sent a legal notice to a Madurai couple who claimed that the actor was their biological son. The notice was sent through the actor’s lawyer S Haja Mohideen Gist.
According to a report, Dhanush and his father have also asked the couple to issue a press statement in the notice. According to the reports. The couple will have to state that all the allegations made by them are false and apologise for making such allegations. Failing to do so, they could face a defamation suit of £1 million towards compensation for the loss of reputation.
A report said, “My clients hereby call upon you both to desist from making false, untenable and defamatory allegations against them henceforth. Failing compliance my clients will be constrained to approach the competent Courts to protect their rights in this regard and to prevent you from carrying on and making such false, untenable and defamatory allegations against them and you both will also be prosecuted for causing defamation and consequent loss of their reputation.”
On the work front, Dhanush has several projects in the lineup. He has Netflix’s ‘The Gray Man’ by Anthony and Joe Russo, alongside Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Rege-Jean Page, Jessica Henwick, Billy Bob Thornton and Wagner Moura. The movie is billed as an action-thriller which revolves around a freelance assassin and former CIA operative Court Gentry, played by Ryan. Dhanush also finished shooting for director Selvaraghavan’s film ‘Naane Varuven’ in April.