The name Kamal Haasan is no longer new to anyone. Not only in the art world but also in political circles, his name is considered dominant. They are equally popular in Bollywood and in southern cinema. Actor Kamal Haasan has starred in blockbuster movies like ‘Sadma’ and ‘Chachi 420’. He has created a distinct fan base with his experimental performance. Kamal Haasan’s next film, Vikram, is being screened. In an interview granted on the occasion of this film, Kamal Haasan commented on the controversy of Hindi cinema against the south.
For the past few days, there has been a debate in the film world against Southern versus Hindi cinema. Many southern movies like RRR, Pushpa, KGF Chapter 2 are considered blockbusters at the box office. On the other hand, many Bollywood movies have flopped. That is why today we are looking at a picture of Hindi cinema versus Southern cinema. Recently, the famous southern actor Kamal Haasan reacted to this.
He was speaking at a press conference on the occasion of Vikram. On this occasion, Kamal Haasan said, “All language films are being made in India from the beginning. The film ‘Padosan’ was screened throughout the country. The movie ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ was also shown everywhere. Your country is unique. We are one even though we speak different languages. That’s the beauty of this country.”
“We have always been making films that are shown everywhere. It depends on how good your film is, whether you like it or not. Chemmai is a Malayalam film. It was shown everywhere. But the film was not even dubbed. It didn’t even have subtitles. But people still enjoyed it,” Haasan said.
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Kamal Haasan’s film ‘Vikram’ will be released on June 3. The film stars Vijay Sethupati, Shivani Narayan, and Fahad Fasil in pivotal roles.