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Video game forVeeram

Kunal Kapoor, who was last seen in a cameo role in Dear Zindagi, had made a comeback with a lead role in Veeram, a trilingual film in Malyalam, Hindi and English.

Published: 08th March 2017 03:30 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th March 2017 03:30 AM   |  A+A-

By BNS

Kunal Kapoor, who was last seen in a cameo role in Dear Zindagi, had made a comeback with a lead role in Veeram, a trilingual film in Malyalam, Hindi and English.

The actor, who is seen doing heavy martial arts in the movie, is planning to promote the film by featuring in a video game.

The actor portrays the  character of a legendary anti-hero Chandu Chekavar. The video game will also portray him and give a chance to fight with 3 opponents with his sword and the skills of Kallaripayattu.

Talking about it Kunal says, “I grew up on Manga comics and the world of Veeram is as fascinating and unique as any comic book. Also, we grew up on so many martial arts across the world in movies and story books, but, there is no little about Kalari, which is considered as mother of all arts.”

Apparently, the team will also launch the series of comic books which talks about the film and the origin of Kalari.The film is an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s play Macbeth.

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