The promotions for Uttama Villain are in full-swing, creating a huge amount of buzz among the audience, and why not? After all, it’s UlaganayaganKamal Haasan‘s movie.
The music of this much-awaited film was released in Chennai yesterday, and boy, it was a star-studded event! In addition to releasing the music of this film, the makers launched the second trailer of the film. Directed by Ramesh Aravind, the trailer of this film has intrigued us! We bring you some interesting tidbits about this film.
1. If the first trailer took us to the ancient period of the 8th century, then the new trailer of the film delves on the present times. This variety in the plot suggests that the film will have two diverse stories in it. One set in the 8th century, that’ll be a musical-drama, while the current day situation will be a social-drama. No wonder Kamal maniacs are going gaga over this spell-binding trailer!
2. The trailer shows us glimpses of Kamal Haasan interacting K. Balachander. The trailer tells us that there will be an intense collision between Kamal Haasan and his real-life mentor, the late K. Balachander.
3. The entire team of the movie remembered the late K. Balachander, whose last on-screen appearance is for Uttama Villain. On the audio launch, the actor read out a heart-touching letter written by K. Balachander to Kamal Hassan.The letter read – "I did not discover Kamal. I only gave him the platform and the opportunity to discover himself. In the process, I was blessed enough to discover myself. Yes, I own Kamal yet he does not belong to me, he belongs to the world of Cinema."
4. Composed by Mohammed Ghibran, the music album of the film has an astonishing 17 tracks, with a unique tone in each song. The songs bring in a diverse range of tunes, ranging from neo-classical music, impressionism to orchestral tunes. Critics are stating that tunes of this movie are impressive and trendsetting. Wow, now, that’s what we call a next-gen music director.
5. Uttama Villain stars a full-brigade of talented women including Andrea, Pooja Kumar (who earlier starred in Vishawaroopam) Parvathi Nair, Parvathy and Urvashi, who was earlier paired opposite Kamal Haasan in the 1990 comedy-drama ‘Michael Madana Kama Rajan’.
In short: The film looks like an intense tale about the life of an artist. Going by the trailer, it looks like the film is sure to make an impression! We are particularly waiting to see Kamal depict the Theyyam ritual.