Actor Kamal Hassan on his birthday revealed that he is in the process of writing a story for his Hollywood venture to be produced by Barrie Osborne.
The latter, an acclaimed Hollywood producer and director was marveled at Vishwaroopam trailer invited him to do a movie for him in English.
Revealing details about the project, Kamal Hassan, speaking after unveiling the new trailer of Viswaroopam today said, ‘I am writing a story. It is too early to comment. I will make appropriate detail after Viswaroopam’s release’.
Kamal Hassan plays a perfect host
He patiently answered their questions and explained in detail about the Aura 3D technology. He chose to interact with his fans across the state through web-casting on the occasion and accepted their greetings.
Fans gathered in large numbers at the venue and burst crackers and celebrated his birthday by giving sweets.
I admire Gandhi: Kamal
I am great fan of Mohandoss Karamchand Gandhi. Viswaroopam sets out to find the reason for terrorism It tries to make a statement, Kamal Hassan said.
Speaking after unveiling the new trailer of the movie, written, directed and enacted by him, Kamal Hassan, said, ‘Plans are on to release the movie on the maximum number of screens in three languages (Tamil, Telugu and Hindi) and we are working on it. The release date of the film will be announced soon,’ he added.
Viswaroopam’s trailer in Aura 3D technology unveiled
Actor Kamal Hassan launched the trailer of his forthcoming film Viswaroopam made in Aura Technology today on his birthday.
Speaking on the occasion, he said, ‘the technology is amazing and the audio output was outstanding. He said many theatres in Tamilnadu will soon embrace the technology’.
‘The movie is not against Islam or America. And Viswaroopam sets out to find the cause for it’, he said.
Stating that the plan to release the audio of the movie has been postponed owing to bad weather, Kamal Hassan said, ‘ mega plans are on its way to release the audio as well as the movie’.
The movie stars Pooja Kumar, Andrea, Rahul Bose and Shekhar Kapur.
Music is by Shankar Ehshaan Loy.