Kamal and Vijayakant had barged into the political arena, declaiming to bring a change in the State’s political system but met with crushing defeats in successive elections.
"Vikram," directed by "Master" director Lokesh Kanagaraj is being produced by Kamal Haasan's Raaj Kamal Films International and is expected to release sometime in 2022.
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The development comes a month after Kamal met Mahesh and praised the latter’s most recent directorial venture, Malik, starring Fahadh Faasil, who is also a part of Kamal’s next, Vikram.
The two are teaming up after 17 years, and this time for a film based on the novel Hejje written by Vyasaraya Ballal.
The Malayalam cinema star is currently one of the buzzing names of the Indian film industry with movies lined up in multiple languages.
Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) founder Kamal Haasan on Tuesday accused Tamil Nadu BJP of double standards on Mekedatu dam issue.
'I recorded in detail the dangerous aspects in the draft Cinematograph Amendment bill, which strangles the voice of freedom of expression,' he said in a tweet in Tamil.
In 'Vikram', Kamal Haasan will be sharing the screen space with two of the South cinema's biggest names -- Vijay Sethupathi and Fahadh Faasil.
'Vikram' which happens to be Haasan's 232nd film is directed by filmmaker Lokesh Kanagaraj.
“To serve in a political party, leadership quality is as important as the policies of the party. If not for Covid, my joining the DMK would have been a big event in Coimbatore,” he added.
The actor, known to generations of film-goers as 'tragedy king' for his portrayal of the brooding, intense romantic in classics such as 'Mughal-e-Azam' and 'Devdas', is survived by his wife Saira Banu
"Dasavatharam", which was under production for nearly three years, became a massive hit upon its release in 2008.
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