Reasons to watch Kamal Haasan’s Uttama VillainPublished: April 28, 2015
Kamal Haasan – Name the brand and there is a heavy rush of inevitable joyful enthusiasms spreading out everywhere. He has been one of the rarest actors in the history of cinema who manages to bring more and more newness in his every film. His upcoming film ‘Uttama Villain’ is no exception as it already has carved the best credits for being an unconventional movie with unparalleled elements. The film is directed by Ramesh Aravind and is produced by Kamal Haasan in collaboration with Thirrupathi Brothers and Studio Green is releasing it in Tamil with Eros International across the world.
Cine Coffee brings you 5 finest reasons that make Uttama Villain, a completely new and surpassing movie that is worth watching out for
Based on life of a superstar – We are not claiming this film is based on real life incidents of a superstar nor fictional, but this is about a matinee-idol who rises from rags to riches. During the process of high fame, power and money, he forgets the ones who were beside him in elevating his status. When a serious news arrives and only few days left, the actor looks back into his past and tries to set things right.
Multi-Starrer impact – Kamal Haasan movies have lots of actors who brim up the frame and this indeed one of the highlighting things in his movie. Apart from Kamal Haasan, the film stars Pooja Kumar, Urvashi, Andrea Jeremiah, Maryan fame Parvathi, Parvathi Nair, Jayaram, MS Bhaskar, Nasser, Chitra Lakshmanan and many others.
Right mix of comedy, period and drama – The film is set in the backdrops of two different time periods as makers claim. So with one portion proceeding with drama and arts, the other segment will stride with lots of commercial elements like humour, glamorous and action.
Musical Realms of Ghibran – Ghibran has been striving with crème de la crème works rights from his maiden debut. Apparently, with Uttama Villain, he has reached the next level with so many newfangled genres. One can relish the essence of his hard work in every track.
Kamal Haasan and Ramesh Aravind – Every time, this combination comes together, there seems to be an abundant magic happening up. With ‘Uttama Villain’, where technology meets arts, it’s definitely a gold rush into your veins.
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