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Kamal Haasan compliments Ponniyin Selvan 2 by Mani Ratnam: "To make a film this size requires a lot of courage"

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The movie directed by Mani Ratnam has received a lot of attention and enthusiasm. It is anticipated that the second portion of the epic two-part historical narrative would do well at the box office. In the second part of the epic play that tells the narrative of the Chola Dynasty, actors Vikram, Karthi, Jayam Ravi, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Trisha Krishnan, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Sobhita Dhulipala, Prakash Raj, and Vikram Prabhu, among others, repeat their roles.
Fans and celebs have been praising the movie, and veteran actor Kamal Haasan has added his appreciation to those of the talented director and actors. Few people are aware that the talented actor provided the narration for Ponniyin Selvan 2 as well. I am an artist, a film producer, a director, and everything else,” he said. Second, my first publicly acknowledged identity is that I love films. I'm a Tamil as well. I am thus quite happy that Tamil's technical prowess and distinctive skill are now on display for everyone to observe. And overall, Mani Ratnam deserves credit—I'm not simply referring to the actors that were in or supported the narrative. It takes a lot of bravery for Mani Ratnam to produce a movie this big.
“Mr. Mani Ratnam, the team, the cinematographer, the musician, everyone they have collaborated to make Tamil cinema international,” he said. And these are the individuals who have accepted it, which is a hint that Tamil cinema is likely headed towards its golden era and is anticipated to do so. For two buddies who had been talking about films, it is a really poignant moment that he has taken action.
The five-part book series of the same name by Kalki Krishnamurthy is the source material for Ponniyin Selvan. One-third of the book series was covered in Ponniyin Selvan Part 1, while the next two parts presented the balance of the story. The soundtrack for the movie was written by Oscar-winning musician AR Rahman. The soundtrack for the movie was written by Oscar-winning musician AR Rahman. On April 28, the historical drama premiered in theatres.

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