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When Kamal Haasan's Vishwaroopam was about to hit silver screens back in 2013, controversies took center stage and high tension drama prevailed for a long time before the movie was finally released much to the joy of thousands of fans. The movie not only went on to become a hit but also created huge expectations for the sequel, thanks to the closing credits which had sequences from the already shot Vishwaroopam 2.
Though the sequel was to be released much earlier, the shooting of the movie was disrupted as the film ran into trouble after a miscommunication between the production company and Ulaga Nayagan Kamal. But all that was sorted and the shooting commenced shortly after a brief interruption.
Now, an insider close to the multifaceted actor says that the crew is working relentlessly to make sure the movie is released by the end of this year. "Vishwaroopam 2 will surely release by the end of 2014. As of now, only two days of shooting is left and some CG work is still pending. The team is working hard towards completing the film and releasing it shortly." says the source.
Meanwhile, a source close to Rajinikanth's Lingaa has said that the movie will release on December 12th owing to the Superstar's birthday or it might be released for Pongal early next year. Now, if Lingaa's team postpone its release, then it surely will make us wonder if Rajinikanth is helping Kamal Haasan to release his movie by the end of this year as Kamal has 3 films lined up. With a few biggies set to release for Diwali, Kamal might release his Vishwaroopam 2 by the end of this year if and only if Lingaa makes way for Kamal's magnum opus.