Has Kamal Haasan walked out of Indian 2? Here’s an update

According to a website, Kamal Haasan is still a part of Indian 2.

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Has Kamal Haasan walked out of Indian 2? Here’s an update

Veteran actor Kamal Haasan’s fans were recently left in a state of shock when rumours of him quitting ‘Indian 2’ began doing the rounds. The reports also suggested that the makers were trying to rope in Suriya to replace the 62-year-old star. Now, it seems that all such reports were baseless. A source just told a leading website, that Haasan is pretty much a part of ‘Indian 2’ and is currently working on his fitness. The source also revealed that a fitness trainer has been hired to help him get the desired look.

“It is just another cooked up rumour, Kamal Haasan has been dieting even before the official announcement was made on Bigg Boss Finale stage. An American trainer is hired to take care of his fitness. So the project is very much on with Kamal playing the lead,” added the source.

Well, this kind of settles things and puts all rumours to rest.  In case you did not know, ‘Indian 2’ is a sequel to the 1996 vigilante-thriller ‘Indian’ and is likely to go on the floors once Haasan wraps up his pending projects. The first part was a big hit and touched upon how corruption is a bane for society. As such, fans are eager to see whether the sequel is able to recreate the magic. On a related note, this is a busy time for Haasan. Besides ‘Indian 2’, he also has ‘Sabash Naidu’ and ‘Vishwaroopam 2’ in his kitty.

So, are you looking forward to ‘Indian 2’? Tell us in the space below.

    Anonymous

    I literally cannot wait to watch Indian 2! Recently discovered Shankar after finally deciding to watch the films after listening to Hindi versions of the A. R. Rahman soundtracks for many years. I advise any Hindi speaker like me who can understand English to watch the films in the original Tamil with subtitles… it is a much better experience than watching dubbed Hindi which I personally find jarring to watch. Over past few months I have watched Jeans, Kadhalan, Indian, Gentleman, Mudhalvan, Enthiran… amazing. These are the most entertaining masala films I’ve ever seen; they don’t insult your intelligence (in fact, they are incredibly witty and well researched scientifically), they have the most catchy music and well-picturized song sequences, and they all have amazing, and often profound, social messages. I look forward to watching Boys, Anniyan, Sivaji, and I before 2.0 comes out and before Indian 2 comes out!!!!! Literally so excited.

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