Kamal Haasan visits Rajinikanth at his house ahead of his film Vikram's release; SEE PHOTOS
Biggies Rajinikanth & Kamal Haasan posed for a memorable picture as they got together for a fun evening yesterday.
Legendary actors Rajinikanth & Kamal Haasan got clicked under the same roof as they spent an evening to remember with Vikram director Lokesh Kanagaraj yesterday. While Thalaiva was all smiles in white kurta and mundu, Kamal Haasan accompanied him in a black T-shirt and blue denim. The Indian actor visited Rajinikanth at his house ahead of his film Vikram's release on 3 June. Lokesh Kanagaraj dropped some pictures from the meet on Twitter and wrote, "Thank you @ikamalhaasan Sir! @rajinikanth Sir! What a friendship! inspiring Love you Sir's."
The makers released the captivating trailer of Vikram a couple of days back. The intriguing clip is full of high-octane action sequences. For the unversed, Vikram also features Kalidas Jayaram, Narain, Chemban Vinod, and Gayathrie in prominent roles. The tunes for this much-anticipated drama have been given by Anirudh Ravichander. Girish Gangadharan is the Cinematographer of the flick and Philomin Raj is the editor. Furthermore, the stunt choreographer duo Anbumani and Arivumani or Anbu and Arivu have helmed the intense action scenes in Vikram.
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Kamal Haasan recently talked about his next in Mumbai. When the shutterbugs asked if there was any thought of making Vikram in the pattern of being shot in all languages, the superstar said he is always up for making double versions. He was quoted saying, "I'm always open to making double versions but my CEO and co-producer there were nervous that it shoots up cost price right. The actor's job is the worst part. Even if you take one shot which you double up for the other four, they have to pay everyone twice and they are concerned about that. Somebody like me, for example, made Hey Ram as a double version, that's why you will not find any linguistic discrimination because Manohar Joshi sir wrote the Hindi dialogues. And you can see the value of the writing without any filters. And I wrote the Tamil film, likewise, I wrote Vishwaroopam in Tamil and Hindi Atul Tiwari Saab. So it has its value. You are losing out on something while we gain one payment."