Kamal Haasan's battle against 'cultural terrorism'
Vishwaroopam finally plays in Tamil Nadu and to full houses. Rajini Sir gets a private screening at home. It's a victory for Kamal Haasan but at the cost of a re-edit of his most expensive film.
Vishwaroopam row: Intolerance killing the idea of India?
Published On: January 30, 2013 | Duration: 52 min, 02 sec
An impassioned Kamal Haasan spoke out at the way he has been treated, saying it is clear Tamil Nadu doesn't want him. The Tamil superstar said he had mortgaged all properties for his Rs 100-crore movie, Vishwaroopam, and that he and his movie had been caught in a political game.