Kamal plays the lead role the film, being made in Tamil and Hindi.
Haasan's Vishwaroopam boasts of a young cast and the actor-filmmaker explains that he has roped them in because he was looking for talented people and ...
Kamal Haasan's role in the film is clearly a multi-faceted one.
Vishwaroopam is a war film.
Vishwaroopam also has a special appearance by filmmaker Shekhar Kapur (L).
"Casting Jaydeep, Andrea and Pooja was easy as I was looking for talent and I found it in them," Kamal said at the screening of ...
Haasan's trick to make films appealing to audiences is that while making them, he considers himself to be part of the audience and works accordingly. ...
"I have a philosophy with which I make films, it may not be best or may not be followed by others. I take the best ...
The film also stars Rahul Bose in a negative role.
The release date of the Vishwaroopam yet to be decided.
Tamil Nadu Theatre Owners Association and Madurai-Ramanathapuram United Film Distributors today threatened not to screen Tamil super star Kamal Haasan's flick Vishwaroopam in Madurai and Ramanathapuram districts, if it was broadcast on DTH platform on January 10, a day ahead of the film's theatrical release.
At a joint meeting here, the Association leaders asked the actor, who is also the director of the film, to reconsider the decision to broadcast the film in DTH platform and cancel the licence given to the relevant companies for airing it.
They claimed they would in the future boycott the films of all producers or actors who decide to give licence to DTH companies for airing films when they were released through theatres.
A decision had been taken by them not to run Vishwaroopam in theatres in most parts of Tamil Nadu, they said. They also requested Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa to intervene and "protect" the interests of theatre owners and film distributors.
Unfazed by the opposition from a section of theatre-owners against his decision to release the movie on DTH platform, Kamal Haasan had in Chennai last week said the effort was an "evolutionary growth" and insisted it was the "way to go forward."