By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites
Director: Kamal Haasan
Cast: Kamal Haasan, Pooja Kumar, Andrea Jeremiah, Rahul Bose, Nassar and Shekhar Kapur
Well, the wait is over for the Hindi version of Viswaroopam (Vishwaroopam), as the flick hits the screens today i.e. 1st February 2013. The Telugu and Tamil versions have already been released all over and been doing marvelous business in India and abroad. Kamal Haasan, the luminous actor and the legendary figure of south cinema, whose talents are unlimited and unmatchable, is undoubtedly on cloud nine. Enacting as producer and director, the adroit star also shares the credits on writing department. Viswaroopam’s movie review is now dashed off. Read on and learn what the Hindi version has to offer to its audiences.
Vishwaroopam box office collections so far have been tremendous for both Telugu and Tamil versions. The movie’s business in India and even abroad is attention-fetching and expectations are there that the film will end up with some great figures. In overseas circuits, US territory has been showing off whopping collections whereas the UK and Ireland too bring up handsome businesses. Vishwaroopam movie review for Hindi version was being awaited hugely post the big release in Telugu and Tamil version. Now the Hindi audiences can enjoy the much-in-talk film in their own language.
Kamal Haasan has been endowing the viewers for decades and the super talented actor has always enticed the moviegoers with his specially-knitted characters. The actor’s brilliant is lies in his verbalizing big eyes. The man enacts through eyes – that’s his brilliance which instantly captures the hearts of the filmgoers. In his long career, Haasan has done numerous characters and nearly all of his roles impressed the audiences.
Due to this man called Kamal Haasan, Viswaroopam’s movie review was colossally being awaited by his crazy fans which are in millions. Both Rajnikanth and Kamal Haasan are true superstars of south cinema and they do their level best always to impress their audiences.
Vishwaroopam stars Kamal Haasan, Pooja Kumar, Rahul Bose, Andrea Jeremiah, Shekhar Kapur and Nassar in pivotal roles.
Laced with required commercial ingredients, the film has a true Hollywood style and feel to mesmerize the viewers. Besides the movie’s international locales add further international touch and glamor quotient to the film. The outing is utterly lavish in every sense of the word.
Vishwanath (Kamal Haasan) ties the knot with Nirupama (Pooja Kumar). This is an arranged marriage. Post the marriage, the couple leaves for the U.S. A Kathak dancer, Vishwanath starts running the dancing classes in the U.S. whereas his better half enrolls in PhD degree. The suspicious wife hires the services of a detective to learn if her husband is cheating on her. Nirupama soon comes to know that her husband is a Muslim and not a Hindu. The detective learns that he might be a terrorist. Whether Vishwanath is a terrorist and has links with terrorists? The film explores the answers.
Direction by Kamal Haasan is splendid and first rate. The writers of the film – Kamal Haasan and Atul Tiwari both have done justifiable jobs. Cinematography is eye-pleasing. Editing is appealing. Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy’s composition is soothing.
Kamal Haasan, as usual, displays his histrionics. He mesmerizes the viewers with his class of acting. Pooja Kumar is tremendous and stunning. Rahul Bose is fine. Shekhar Kapur is interesting to watch. Nassar is brilliant. Rest of the cast is fine.
Vishwaroopam is a Kamal Haasan’s film all the way and he does not get you bored at all. The movie is worth a watch. Get your ticket now.