Kamal Haasan shares photo from the sets of Vishwaroopam 2, heaps praise on Officers Training Academy in Chennai

Kamal Haasan shares photo from the sets of Vishwaroopam 2, heaps praise on Officers Training Academy in Chennai

Vishwaroopam 2: It seems Kamal Haasan is dedicating Vishwaroopam 2 to his mother land India. He praised Officers Training Academy in Chennai.

Actor Kamal Haasan has resumed the shooting of his upcoming film Vishwaroopam 2. The actor today shared a photo from the sets on his Twitter account. The final stretch of the shooting is taking place at the Officers Training Academy in Chennai. Kamal Haasan praised OTA in a tweet in which he wrote, “Shooting for Vishwaroopam 2 and Hindi Vishwaroop 2. Last stint. Exciting. OTA CHENNAI makes the nation & me proud. The only Academy that trains Lady officers in India. I Salute the ladies and especially my most favourite lady ..India. Maa tuje Salaam.”

One of the most awaited projects of Kamal Haasan, Vishwaroopam 2 is being shot in Hindi too. The first installment of Vishwaroopam was released amid a lot of controversies and met with a huge success.

The music of the film is composed by Ghibran, who seems extremely kicked about the music of Vishwaroopam’s sequel. “I personally have a very strong connection with the film. The film changed the perception people had about me. Suddenly, I was the music director for a Kamal film. When I was watching Vishwaroopam 1 while I loved the music, I had an idea of how I would do it differently like every artiste would. I have tried to bring that in Vishwaroopam 2.”


He added, “While I have used Kamal sir’s singing capabilities in Uttama Villain and Thoongavanam, Vishwaroopam 2 would see him explore his classical musician side. There is a song which is raga based. So, I am very kicked about the album. Kamal sir’s films are multilayered. To convey that musically is a challenge. People expect a complete experience these days to watch a movie in the theater as they are paying more. Vishwaroopam 2 would completely satisfy that in all aspects. If Uttama Villain is orchestral, Thoongavanam was electronic, Vishwaroopam 2 is a mix of both.”

According to reports, the filmmakers are planning to release Vishwaroopam 2 during the Republic Day week next year.

source : indianexpress.com



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