Thursday, August 11, 2022

Kamal Haasan is ready for Indian 2 in USA

A vigilante action thriller, directed by Shankar, Indian 2’s shoot has been on hold since 2020

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Indian filmstar Kamal Haasan is in the US preparing for the shoot of Indian 2 that will restart in September.  A vigilante action thriller, directed by Shankar, Indian 2’s shoot has been on hold since 2020.

Indian 2 stars Kajal Aggarwal as the leading lady and marks her first collaboration with Ulaganayagan. The cast includes Rakul Preet Singh, Priya Bhavani Shankar, and Siddharth

Director Shankar’s latest movie, Indian 2, was first announced on the Kamal Haasan-hosted Bigg Boss Tamil in 2017. Its shoot was delayed on several occasions as Haasan and the filmmaker were busy with Vishwaroopam 2 and the Rajinikanth-led 2.0, respectively. Indian 2 eventually went on the floors in January 2019.

In 2020, Indian 2’s shoot was halted after three assistant directors were killed in a crane accident on the film’s sets. It was further delayed following the Covid-19 lockdown, reported indiatoday.in.

Indian 2, a sequel to the 1996 classic of the same name, and stars Kamal Haasan in the role of an aged vigilante who wages a war against corruption. The film, like the first part, is likely to have a strong message against corruption. Indian 2 stars Kajal Aggarwal as the leading lady and marks her first collaboration with Ulaganayagan. The cast includes Rakul Preet Singh, Priya Bhavani Shankar, and Siddharth.

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Roma Ghosh
Roma Ghosh has recently retired as Associate Professor for Media Studies from an international university. She was with the Times of India as a correspondent for many years. Her passion is cooking and she has been doing recipes and photo shoots for Women's Era for the last 15-odd years.

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