Kamal Haasan

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Kamal Haasan (born 7 November 1954) is an Indian film actor, screenwriter, director, playback singer, choreographer and lyricist who works primarily in the Tamil film industry.

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Four-time National Award-winning south actor Kamal Haasan, was given the Lifetime Achievement Award at the ongoing 15th Mumbai Film Festival. In this interview, he talks about whether he truly deserves such an honour at this stage and why a film's content, and not it's box-office success, should be the criteria for a remake.
Veteran southern actor Kamal Haasan is happy about the growing success of his daughter, Shruti Haasan, in the Hindi film industry.
Kamal Haasan has spent 53 years in the film industry and has won three National Awards, a Padma Shri and holds a Guinness World Record for essaying 10 roles in Dasavatharam. As he celebrates his 59th birthday today, here’s looking at his best works.
Tamil superstar Kamal Haasan, Hindi cinema’s yesteryear heartthrob Rekha, legendary playback singer Asha Bhosle among others will open the 44th edition of the International Film Festival of India at Goa’s capital city of Panaji.

The presence of Aamir Khan and Kamal Haasan, India's two finest film personalities, at the opening ceremony of the 11th Chennai International Film Festival (CIFF), turned the evening unforgettable for the audiences and organisers as well.

Actor Kamal Haasan feels very strongly about films being restored and says that there is a need for more people from the film industry to get involved in this issue.
Kamal Haasan's acting career started at the age of five, when he faced the camera for the first time for the Tamil film, Kalathur Kannamma (1960).
Actor-filmmaker Kamal Hassan and director Gautam Ghosh have been included in the Shyam Benegal committee that has been set up by the government to holistically look into the functioning of controversy ridden Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) making it a six-member body.
Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan says he has had to face so many controversies over the years that he feels that trouble follows him and will continue for the remainder of his career.
Several south Indian filmmakers are now waking up to a populist trend that Bollywood followed in the late 90s and early 2000s --  a popular film dialogue or a line from a chartbuster song being used as the title of a movie.

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