The actor-director’s magnum opus opened to almost full houses across Tamil Nadu and it’s been a peaceful day in the State
Kamal Haasan‘s Vishwaroopamfinally opened on Thursday in 500 theatres across Tamil Nadu to full houses, as expected. The actor-filmmaker says the espionage thriller opened without “any incident” and “I feel vindicated”. Click here to read more
Kamal Haasan’s Tamil spy thriller Vishwaroopamhas been cleared by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) with an UA certificate with minor cuts. Its Hindi version, titled Vishwaroop, has got an A-rating without any cuts. Kamal has written, directed and co-produced the film and he also stars in it alongside Pooja Kumar, Andrea Jeremiah, Rahul Bose, Jaideep Ahlawat, Nassar, Zarina Wahab and Miles Anderson. Both the versions were shot simultaneously. Shankar, Eshaan and Loy have composed music for the film, while Sanu Verghese has handled the camera. Its release is yet-to-be finalised. Click here to read more
The maverick director chats about his latest film, Gangs of Wasseypur, before its UK premiere at the London Indian Film Festival 2012. The film made a splash at the Cannes International Film Festival, but will it work on a larger scale?
He’s the vanguard of indie films in India. From being a fantastic scriptwriter to becoming a depressed filmmaker because his Black Friday was banned for years, Anurag Kashyap has grown to be the face of Indian cinema that stands out from the usual candyfloss, masala entertainers. He makes films that are hard-hitting and realistic and supports people who want to experiment with cinema – be it Imtiaz Ali and Rockstar, or Tigmanshu Dhulia for Paan Singh Tomar. Anurag’s latest film – a two-part, six-hour marathon called Gangs of Wasseypur – was a hot favourite at Cannes 2012 and will be the first screening at the London Indian Film Festival tonight (June 20). The maverick director spoke to BollywoodLife on the phone from London….. Click here to read more