Finally, Kamal Haasan’s magnum opus spy action thriller Vishwaroopam 2 passed the censors by getting the relevant UA certificate for the riveting action sequences and bomb blast scenes.
The film was under production and delayed because producer Aascar Ravichandran refused to give away the rights to anyone. Ravichandran wants to settle his losses with a proper release of Vishwaroopam 2 in Tamil Nadu and other parts of India.
Instead of Kamal’s salary, the actor will share the profit yielded after the theatrical release of the film. Vishwaroopam 2 was planned to release on April 13 but because of the censor delay and TFPC strike, the film might be pushed to May.
The first had music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy but Ghibran has composed music for the sequel.