Kamal shouldn't do these three mistakes

Kamal shouldn't do these three mistakes

News 18-Feb-2014 9:38 AM IST Top 10 Cinema Comments

The entire Indian film fraternity is spellbound over one thing. The sensational hit of Malayalam movie 'Drishyam' that stars Mohanlal and Meena in lead roles. The film has crossed a huge mark in the box office collections and is winning stunning reviews. While the remake era of this flick gets ready in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and Kannada... But there are certain assumptions and maybe, a misconception about what Kamal Haasan might do with this remake.

Obviously, he always makes sure of winning some brownie points with the scenes that suit his real life image. In Unnai Pol Oruvan, he purposely used the line, 'They have removed my name from voters' list to win the claps in theatres...' Lets see where such things might happen with the Tamil remake and what Kamal Haasan shouldnd't do.

1. First and foremost, he shouldn't get involved with the director's idea. There should be complete freedom given to Jeetu Joseph.

2. The protagonist - George Kutty is a fourth standard student, but he is a person of huge knowledge gained through practical knowledge. It relates to Kamal Haasan in real life, but he shouldn't exaggerate this to win claps from the audience.

3. In fact, there is a conversation between the cops that George Kutty is a master of linguistic skills and he speaks many languages due to his vast experience of watching many movies. In Panchathanthiram, he establishes his skills speaking in different languages to all his friends although they understand Tamil.

To all our viewers, these aren't the offensive statements, but we want the same flavour of the Malayalam version.

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