Producer KE Gnanavel Raja censures Kamal Haasan with the Tamil Nadu Film Producers’ Council (TFPC).
Reportedly, the Vishwaroopam actor acquired a substantial sum of Rs 10 crore from Gnanavel Raja through the freedom of Uttama Villain but left to return it.
Director Ramesh Aravind’s Uttama Villain – starring Kamal Haasan announced in 2015. Ulaganayagan presented the film on a first impression basis for director Lingusamy’s standard. During the discharge time, the movie suffered financial crunch, and Kamal had used Rs 10 crore from KE Gnanavel Raja.
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KE Gnanavel Raja censures Kamal Haasan, According to the producer, Kamal had assured him that he would do a movie for his standard and that he can subtract Rs 10 crore from his salary. Even next four years, Kamal Haasan hasn’t read his friends to KE Gnanavel Raja nor returned Rs 10 crore.
In his charge, Gnanavel Raja said that Kamal Haasan didn’t show excitement in applying a new movie with him, which has made him address TFPC.
J Satish Kumar, one of the features of TFPC delivered to Vikatan and verified that they have received a charge against Kamal Haasan and that they have begun reviewing the matter.
Meanwhile, Kamal Haasan is directly shooting for director Shankar’s big-budget flick Indian 2. He is also focusing on the pre-production of his difficult film Thalaivan Irukkiran, which has music by musician AR Rahman.