Thumbs Up to Kamal Haasan's Vishwaroop in North India
Kamal Haasan's directorial venture "Vishwaroop" ("Vishwaroopam") released in Hindi on Friday and has been received by a good response from the public. Public is praising the work of Kamal as actor and director saying the film matches the standard of Hollywood films.
Rahul Bose who plays the main antagonist in the film has also been praised for his work.
Hindi version of Vishwaroop was released in over 1,000 screens on Friday.
Even Bollywood actors have appreciated the film. Kamal at a special screening of the film held in Mumbai said that Salman Khan has found his film, on a par with international standards.
Haasan said, "He (Salman) liked it immensely. He thinks it is of Hollywood standards. He liked everything about it".
Kamal Haasan is happy with the response the movie is generating in North India. There have been no demonstration or controversy about it in the northern part.
"I am extremely happy with the response my film has received in north India," Kamal said
However he still awaits a decision regarding the ban on the movie's Tamil and Telugu version in Tamil Nadu.
The versatile actor is now in Chennai and is likely to meet leaders of Muslim groups later here Saturday in a bid to lift the ban on his film
Film is banned in Tamil Nadu following protests from Muslim groups over certain scenes in the movie, which seem derogatory to their community.
Vishwaroop is made on a budget of Rs. 95 crore.
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