We all know what Kalaignani Kamal Haasan is and what to expect from his movies. For a man who tries to project bitter truth in the most artistic way possible, protests against his films is something he is used to.
Due to its sensitive theme, Vishwaroopam faced a major hurdle before its release. But now, the same sensitiveness has gained him appreciation, two years after the movie's release.
But the high opinion about Vishwaroopam might not go well with Kamal this time around for it is the head of a terrorist group who has appreciated Ulaganayagan's work in the film.
According to a spokesperson representing the group, the film was watched and enjoyed by their outfit's head and the same has praised Kamal Haasan for his efforts.
So what is the main reason for the terrorist to like the movie? Well, just before the closing credits begin to roll out, one of the terrorists in the movie would say that their next target is India.
According to the report, it is that scene which has impressed the terrorist organization the most because according to them, Kamal has confirmed their arrival to India in the near future.
With some other terrorist group already plucking a leaf straight out of Vishwaroopam and with Kamal's on-screen predictions taking shape in the materialistic world one by one, will this disastrous prediction come alive too?
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Meanwhile, check out some of the best Tamil movies that has had terrorism as its theme in the slides below:
Directed by famed cinematographer Santosh Sivan, The Terrorist focuses on a 19 year old woman named Malli, who joins a terrorist organization after her brother gets killed.
Directed by veteran cinematographer P.C.Sreeram, the movie is about two honest and bold police officers who device a master plan to nab a terrorist Group by sending two secret vigilance officers.
The film focuses on an unknown man who poses himself as a terrorist only to kill some dreaded extremists being held in different prisons. It was directed by Chakri Toleti.
Thuppakki was directed by AR Murugadoss. It revolves around a military man who tries to kill a terrorist who controls several other terrorists(sleeper cells) in the city of Mumbai.
Directed by Mani Ratnam in the year 1992, Roja is about a cryptologist getting kidnapped by a terrorist organization, demanding the release of an extremist, arrested by the Indian Government.
Yet again directed by Mani Ratnam, the film deals with the LTTE rebels in Sri Lanka. It's about how a young girl, raised by Indian parents, re-unites with her Sri Lankan mother.
Directed by M. Raja, Velayudham is about how a common man is forced to deal with issues such as corruption, prostitution, terrorism etc.