'It will be equal to Nayakan' Kamal Haasan on his upcoming project with Mani Ratnam
The project will see Mani Ratnam and Kamal Haasan reunite after 36 years.
Kamal Haasan's upcoming KH234, which will see the actor work with Mani Ratnam after a gap of 36 years has fans excited.
In a recent interview, the actor was asked about the project, to which he replied that KH234 will be a strong film, like their last movie Nayakan.
The project will be Mani Ratnam's and Kamal Haasan's second collaboration after the 1987 crime drama Nayakan, a film that was in Time magazine's top 100 movies of all time.
There are rumors that the producers of the movie are eyeing National Award-winning actress Vidya Balan to play the lead opposite Kamal Haasan.
Currently, Kamal Haasan is busy filming Shankar's Indian 2, the sequel to the 1996 vigilante thriller which was the highest-grossing movie of the year, The movie was India's official entry for the Oscars that year and also won three National Awards including Best Actor.
In the movie, Kamal Haasan played the role of Senapathy a former freedom fighter turned vigilante who wants to root out corruption in the country.
According to a new report the makers of the movie are planning on a 2024 Pongal release for the movie which means it will clash with Prabha's science fiction movie Project K and Suriya's period drama Kanguva.
The cast and crew of Indian 2 have recently wrapped up the South African schedule of the movie and are now preparing for the next schedule.
The cast of the movie includes Kamal Haasan, Kajal Aggarwal Siddharth, Rakul Preet Singh, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Gulshan Grover, Nedumudi Venu, and Vivek.
Director Shankar's Indian 2 had to face multiple delays in its production the first due to the pandemic, followed by an accident on the sets, and finally over a dispute with the producers of the movie.
It was only after the success of Kamal Haasan's Vikram, which went on to not only be one of the biggest hits of 2022 but also one of the biggest hits of the actor's career that Indian 2 found its second wind.