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    <i>Dashaavataram</i> controversy details

    By Staff

    Friday, September 15, 2006
    Kamal Hassan's latest flick Dashaavataram directed by KS Ravikumar and produced by V Ravichandran under the banner of Oscar Films (Pvt) Ltd. is entangled in a controversy. This is not for the first time, Kamal Hassan's film fall under controversy. The difference however, this time the hullabaloo is over the 'storyline'. An upcoming writerfilm writer, S. Senthil Kumar, belonging to Chennai alleged that the popular hero had resorted to plagiarism. Senthil Kumar says that he approached the versatile artiste with a script few months ago. Then, Kamal Hassan complimented him that the storyline is good and also promised him a job of assistant director while moulding the subject to be anacted celluloid.

    Senthil met the press recently and claimed that he was shocked to find out that the same script is being used now for Dashaavataram-"The entire story was totally copied without my knowledge and permission". He further says he has an amble evidence to prove all his charges. Dashaavataram has the musical support in the form of Himesh Reshammiya and the action episodes are being choreographed by Kanal Kannan.

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