Uttama Villain gets trimmed againPublished: May 4, 2015
Kamal Haasan’s Uttama Villain was released amidst hullabaloos and finally, it opened up from Saturday matinee shows. Apparently, the reviews are spangling up spontaneously with positive verdicts. On the other end, there have been certain criticisms that the film is too lengthy and dragging in few parts. Henceforth, makers at Thirrupathi Brothers have decided to trim few portions to make the duration crisp and offer the best experience to the audiences.
The film is produced by Kamal Haasan’s home banner of Raj Kamal Films International in collaboration with Thirrupathi Brothers. Eros International has made the worldwide release with Studio Green K.E. Gnanavel Raja making the Tamil Nadu rights.
Ghibran has composed music for this film and his background score has been yielding to best results. The film speaks about the journey of a reigning superstar who on knowing about his final days have arrived tries to reconcile with the past.