By Hindustan Times
Filmmakers and creative artistes have always been at the receiving end of some people looking for mileage. I stand in complete support of Kamal Haasan because we (film industry) are only interested in putting forth our ideas and stories in an entertaining format, minus any agenda.
These kinds of incidents and events can only be called ridiculous and heinous, especially when the Censor Board has cleared the film. I wonder then why we call ourselves a democracy. That we have freedom of speech is written in our constitution but it’s a big lie in our country.
Looking at what’s happening around Vishwaroopam, I remember the tough times that I faced around the release of My Name Is Khan (2010). But at that time, Shah Rukh (Khan) and I