A few months back, a person named Kathiresan lodged a case against Dhanush and his father Kasthuri Raja claiming that Dhanush is their real son and they wanted to have DNA tests and other related tests to be taken.
Now, once again the same Kathiresan has lodged a complaint in Madurai Police Station. In his complaint, he has mentioned that all the documents submitted by actor Dhanush during the verification have been fake.
He also requested the court to reopen the case and recheck all the documents submitted by actor Dhanush. Earlier, actor Dhanush provided all his childhood photos and other valid documents and the court gave the verdict in favor of actor Dhanush.
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