Manmadhan Ambu"s Telugu version titled Manmadha Banam will hit screens on December 23 worldwide. Ramajogayya Shashtri, who has penned songs for the Telugu version could not stop singing praises of Kamal as he said, “I never thought that I will get an opportunity to work with Hassan."
Madhavan on his turn mentioned that Kamal is a living legend and no one can replace his status in the world of cinema. The event was attended by director KS Ravikumar, Udhayanidhi Stalin, Sangeetha, Veda, Vennelakanti, Shreya Dhanwanthary, Keerthi, Chinmayi, Nishanthi and Sivalenka Krishna Prasad.
Kamal Hassan"s upcoming bilingual movie Manmadha Banam's audio was launched on December 13 in Hyderabad. It was a memorable moment as Kamal shared his memories with Telugu film industry. He said, “I made my debut in Telugu film industry as an assistant choreographer for the song 'Entho Chinnadi Jeevitham". I owe a lot to the people, who have helped me to do better here."