Kamal Haasan Drops A Big Update On Indian 2 and Indian 3, Hints At Release Dates: ‘We Have Completed…’ – News18

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Last Updated: March 26, 2024, 10:41 IST
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Kamal Haasan updates on Indian 2 and 3.
Tamil superstar Kamal Haasan has finished shooting for the eagerly awaited film Indian 2. He recently shared that both Indian 2 and Indian 3 are done filming. In an interview with The Hindu, Kamal Haasan, who was last seen in the 2022 movie Vikram, said that he has completed shooting for Indian 2 and Indian 3.
He said, “I can’t make up for the lost time. Also, we cannot speed up production as the quantity doesn’t matter, quality does. We have completed Indian 2 and Indian 3. The post-production work of Indian 2 is currently happening. We will start work on Indian 3 post-production after we finish it.”
The actor, who has also been roped in for Mani Ratnam’s Thug Life, spoke about the film. He said, “The shooting of Mani Ratnam’s Thug Life will start soon after the campaign (election) ends. Also, I’ve done a cameo in a film called Kalki 2898 AD.”
Kamal Haasan-starrer Indian 2 has been creating buzz since it was announced, back in 2018. The filming started in 2019. Due to various reasons, including overshooting of budget as well as an unfortunate accident on set that resulted in the death of a crew member, the film was put on hold for years. Further, the Covid-19 pandemic caused an additional delay in the project. Later, the shooting was also postponed due to a clash of opinions between Lyca Productions and film’s director S Shankar. After a long wait and settling all the issues, Indian 2’s filming has finally come to an end reportedly. As per the latest report, the makers are now planning to release the film on the same date (May 9) as its first part. Indian released on May 9, 1996. An official confirmation regarding this is yet to be released.
Indian 2 stars a huge cast including Siddharth, Kajal Aggarwal, Rahul Preet Singh, Samuthirakani, Bobby Simha, and Priya Bhavani Shankar. Reportedly, Shankar has also brought to life on-screen departed actors Vivek and Nedumudi Venu through CGI and body doubles.


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