‘Kodi’ which is one of the latest movies of Dhanush and got the scheduled released on 28th October 2016 on the box-office with very great hype. The movie also got its released in Telugu dubbed version which is titled as ‘Dharma Yogi’ and was released on 29th October.
This most ie basically a political thriller movie which is being written and directed by R. S. Durai Senthilkumarand is being produced by Vetrimaaran under the very known banner of Grass Root Film Company.
Dhanush has played the main lead role in the movie along with Trisha Krishnan and Anupama Parameswaran. S. A. Chandrasekhar, Saranya Ponvannan, Kaali Venkat, Singamuthu, Namo Narayana, G. Marimuthu & Karunas has done the bit in the supporting roles while marking the greatness of the plotting of the movie.
The work of every single character in the movie is duly appreciable and got lovely praises for their dedicated efforts. The movie got very great opportunity to make the good collection at the box office as it released during the festive season of Diwali. which is also known to be as an excellent time for those movies who are waiting for the whole year.
The exceptional performance of Dhanush and Trisha is praised and they have actually done their bit in the roles for the movie. While the strong story and great plotting of the movie have actually impressed the critics and audience and the dual role of Dhanush has shocked everyone.
The date of release seems to be a very tough time as the movie ‘Kodi’ is released alongside Kaashmora. This is the third time when Dhanush’s movie is clashing with Karthi, while the previous clashes being Aayirathil Oruvan & Kutty and Aadukalam & Siruthai all which released during festivals. Now the results have shown that the Kashmora is dominating the movie of Dhanush on the Box-office and has shown a very great increase in the collection reports.
The Kaashmora is estimated to have collected approx Rs.31.60 crore at the overseas box office in the first weekend. While On another hand, Kodi has grossed over 26.50 cr at the worldwide box office in its opening weekend.