Kamal Haasan is waiting for the release of his eagerly awaited pan Indian film Vikram on June 3, co-featuring Vijay Sethupathi and Fahadh Faasil. The Tamil whiz is as of now on a special visit for his film and Mumbai is the first stop. The entertainer connected with the media about the film and opened up on pan-Indian film.
Talking about how pan-Indian films are a raising variable, Kamal Haasan said, “Film speaks a world language, we are a country with such diversity but unity. We as a country don’t speak a language but sing the national anthem with pride. I have seen this from my childhood. There is one sensibility that united us all, we are living it. The film takes in part, does its duty in uniting people. This is the only place you don’t check the cast and status of the next man sitting in the cinema hall. It is not a South film that is succeeding, it’s an Indian film succeeding. That’s always better than a Hollywood film succeeding. Mughal Ae Azam, Sholay and so many others have seen national. Mughal Ae Azam is not just intelligence, it’s guts. It took decades to make the film. We should respect each other. Films don’t have language.”
Kamal Haasan doing Vikram film promotions
Shivani Narayanan, Kalidas Jayaram, Narain, Antony Varghese, and Arjun Das are important part of the film. Helmed by Lokesh Kangaraj and upheld by Kamal Haasan’s creation, Raaj Kamal Films International, the music is scored by Anirudh Ravichander for the film.