Kamal Haasan-starrer Tamil film “Uttama Villain”, which was initially slated to releae on April 10, is prone to be pushed ahead by around two weeks because of the postponement in finish of visual impacts (VFX) work.
“Almost 25 VFX shots are yet to be finished. It should be finished by March 27, yet it got deferred for different reasons. Presently the film won’t release on April 10, and rather the producers are wanting to release on April 24 or May 1,” a source from the film’s unit told IANS.
VFX manager Madhusudanan, who has prior taken a shot at Haasan’s movies, for example, “Alavandhan” and “Thenali”, is occupied with supervising the pending work.
“Kamal sir has asked for Madhu not to rush. He said he wouldn’t mind waiting for two more weeks however would like to trade off on the output,” the source said.
Directed by Ramesh Aravind, “Uttama Villain” is the narrative of a theater artist in the eighth century and a current genius.
The film additionally starring K. Balachander, K. Vishwanath, Pooja Kumar, Andrea Jeremiah, Jayaram, Urvashi and M.S. Bhaskar in important roles.