South Indian superstar Kamal Hassan is all set to hit the screen with his much awaited Vishwaroopam 2. The teaser of the movie was launched at International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA) 2013 award ceremony.
After launching the teaser veteran actor told PTI, "I don't make
film for publicity rather I want my film to be enjoyed by my
audience. Generally, people wait for a year and then decide a
film's sequel. But, I was sure from the beginning that I will bring
the second part too. Vishwaroopam 2 is not my arrogance
rather it is my confidence. I am not feeling that I am going fast
with the seqeul and I have considered all the troubles that I faced
in the release of the first film,” Kamal added.
Vishwaroopam was directed by Kamal Hassan
himself and produced by his brother Charu Hassan. The film also
stars Pooja Kumar, Andrea Jeremiah and Rahul Bose in the important
roles. Vishwaroopam collected more than Rs 100 crore at
Tamil Box Office and created a new record. Released in 2013
The veteran actor is all set to give the sequel by this year.
Talking about the releasing date of Vishwaroopam 2, Kamal
stated, "We are all working on our toes, in order to make the movie
hit screens on Diwali." Actor also revealed that movie has made use
of many advanced technology, fight sequence in the underwater will
be the highlight and the movie will run for two hours.
Considering the controversies that prequel faced, Kamal says,
"The sequel will concentrate on the emotional angle of human
relationship." Kamal Hassan's financial condition was affected with
the political storm that Vishwaroopam release faced. Actor
recalls, that he had pledged his property for the multi-crore
"Vishwaroopam 2 is not my arrogance rather it is my
confidence. I am not feeling that I am going fast with the sequel
and I have considered all the troubles that I faced in the release
of the first film,” Kamal added.
By launching the first teaser in IIFA 2013, Kamal has taken his
movie to global platform and also the movie teaser was welcomed by
B-Town fraternities. The movie is still left with 10% of the