It was an emotional Kamal Haasan who met the press this morning at his Eldams Road office in Chennai. We seldom has spotted him in such a manner outside the screens. The actor who had pledged all his property including his house to get funds for the making of his latest 'Vishwaroopam', made at a budget of 95 crores, told the media in despair that he will be forced to forego the house as the money lenders have already been pressurising him for the past two months.A deep agony that may lead him into leaving the country, Kamal was unsure whether he will be able to hold any more meeting in this house if the court ruled against the movie.
Wondering how his lone movie can result in drastic results of division, Kamal upholds that he wishes to be a secular man and hinted that he is fed up to be at the hot spot of a dirty political game.
Though the Tamil Nadu theatres and the state government are all that unhappy with the screening of the movie, 'Viswaroopam' is being played in packed centres all over Kerala. The movie is registering wonderful collections all across the state, once again expressing its solidarity for the actor which it has reared and kept to heart so closely.