After threatening to leave the country over repeated oppositions from various religious groups at the time of Vishwaroopam's release which shocked everyone, Kamal Haasan has now said he will stop making films.
But this time, the shocking declaration was not what he meant literally much to the relief of his fans. It was just a humorous answer from the Ulaganayagan for a hypothetical question posed by Uttama Villain's director Ramesh Aravind.
The star actor had recently created his own official YouTube channel called as Ulaganayagan Tube and is busy answering various questions asked by his contemporary artistes and technicians over the last couple of weeks. The latest to add a drop to an ocean of existing questions was his close friend.
Ramesh Aravind had asked him what type of movie he would probably make if he had the luxury of an unlimited budget? Answering this question Kamal had said, "I will stop making films and start making audience, so that at least other film-makers will benefit from it, because it is important we make audience."
For those who are confused with Kamal Haasan's answer, what the star really meant was the need to expand Indian audiences' range to watch films of different genres. Kamal Haasan in the past has requested his fans and all Indian movie buffs to watch good films of various genres that will encourage unique films and filmmakers. He has also said that it is the responsibility of the audience to support good films and at the same time point out bad films which will gradually improve the quality of films made in our country.
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