"My lack of interest in matters of things spiritual in nature was matched by Dalai Lama's disinterest in cinema. He has not watched a single movie, not even television. Yet he opined that I could use my craft and medium to propagate the great philosophy offered to the world by India: Ahimsa," Kamal Haasan said in a statement
Excitement spills all over Shruti Haasan's voice as she talks of Ajith's Vedalam. Shruti says that Vedalam would be her first stint at comedy. "Yes, attempting to make people laugh is the toughest challenge for an actor. You can't call my character a comical one, but yeah, I have tried humour in my own way"
Kamal Haasan, commended his team for all the efforts and meticulous planning, which allowed them to finish the shoot of both the versions (Tamil and Telugu) under 60 days. He was speaking at the launch of the music album and the second trailer of Tamil-Telugu bilingual neo-noir crime-thriller Thoongavanam
At the event to launch the trailer of Kamal Haasan's Thoongavanam, the cast and crew did not divulge too many details about the film's story, but they all praised the actor again and again. They also talked about his dedication towards the project and how he was painstakingly involved in every process, including his haircut