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Vishwaroopam 2 and Moo – Kamal Haasan’s two new babies!
The Ulaga Nayagan is all set to begin work on two new projects and might play a triple role in one of them
Kamal Haasan is not a man who gets perturbed easily. The dust around his mega ambitious project Vishwaroopam‘s controversy has just about settled, but the actor-director is not going to take it easy. He has already chalked out plans for two new films Click here to read more
Kamal Haasan’s official statement on Vishwaroopam release
Vishwaroopam will finally release in Tamil Nadu on February 7, 2013
Now that Vishwaroopam‘s release on February 7 has been cleared by the Tamil Nadu government, an overwhelmed and relieved Kamal Haasan has thanked a lot of people in his official statement, which we have reproduced in the image above. Click here to read more
Vishwaroopam to release in Tamil Nadu on February 7
The actor-director’s mega venture will finally be released in Tamil Nadu this week
The official announcement is here at last. Kamal Haasan today declared that his much awaited Vishwaroopam will see the light of the day on February 7 (Thursday). Click here to read more
Vishwaroopam compromise reached, but controversy continues!
The censor board defends its decision to pass Vishwaroopam without cuts and hits back at Advocate General Shri Navaneetha Krishnan for calling the procedure a ‘scam’
Now that the beleaguered actor/director/writer/lyricist/producer/singer Kamal Haasan has hammered out a deal with Muslim protest groups and the Tamil Nadu government, the film is likely to release in its home state this coming Friday, provided the agreed seven minutes of cuts can be made in time. However, the controversy surrounding the film continues. Click here to read more
Ban on Vishwaroopam lifted in Tamil Nadu
A day after Kamal Haasan and Muslim organisations called a truce over the actor-filmmaker’s controversial film “Vishwaroopam”, the ban on the screening of the espionage thriller in Tamil Nadu was revoked Sunday.
Kamal is likely to announce the fresh release date in the state soon.Click here to read more
Is Kamal Hasaan heading to USA to edit Vishwaroopam?
The actor-director will be flying to the US to make changes to his magnum opus using state-of-the-art technology
It looks like either Kamal Haasan or an important member from his Rajkamal Films International (RKFI) will leave for the United States, to facilitate the removal of certain ‘controversial’ portions from Vishwaroopam. Click here to read more
Kamal Haasan on Vishwaroopam ban: I’ve arrived at a consensus with my Muslim brothers
The actor-filmmaker has agreed to edit ‘objectionable’ scenes and the controversial film will release as soon as the Tamil Nadu government withdraws its prohibitory order
After talks with Muslim groups on Saturday, Kamal Haasan has agreed to cut some scenes from his controversial film Vishwaroopam. The film will be released as soon as Tamil Nadu government withdraws its prohibitory order. Click here to read more
Vishwaroopam ban: Kamal Haasan fed up and wants to leave the country for a more ‘secular’ place
The superstar is frustrated with the ban on his ambitious film Vishwaroopam and says the plot is not even about Indian Muslims
Kamal Haasan is just fed up. Even though the Madras High Court on January 29 lifted the ban on of Haasan’s controversial film Vishwaroopam, the Tamil Nadu government is objecting to it, saying that the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has not given a correct rating. The censor board has hit back. The actor though can’t take it no more, and wants to leave the country to a more ‘secular‘ place. Click here to read more
Muslim groups want Kamal Haasan’s Vishwaroopam banned
The South superstar is perturbed as several Muslim organisations demand a ban on the screening of his ambitious venture
It seems Kamal Haasan’s struggle to release his mega-venture Vishwaroopam is getting worse by the day. As per some latest developments, various Muslim organisations have demanded a ban on the screening of Haasan’s soon-to-release film. Reason? Click here to read more