Kamal Haasan all set to make an anti-Hindu movie
Kamal Haasan is all set to direct/produce/act in a multilingual feature film portraying Hindus as extremists and terrorists. The actor, who has made his intentions to launch a political party by 2018, is in discussion with financers who have come forward with offers of a bounty to execute such a mega movie targeting the global audience.
Kamal Haasan succeeded in aligning with the Islamic extremists by giving them a clean chit to them in their opposition to his 2013 bi-lingual movie Viswaroopam
The consortium of producers with whom Kamal Haasan is in the discussion include various sects of the Christian Church, Islamic extremist organisations and the Left Wing parties like the CPI-M. Evangelists who financed the movie KABADI SCAPE featuring Lord Hanuman as a homosexual too are said to be behind the project featuring Kamal Haasan. The movie KABADI SCAPE directed by a proselytizer by name Madhu Cherian, was denied censor certificate by the regional censor boards in Kerala and Tamil Nadu citing vulgar scenes and obscene dialogues which could not be written about in a portal like PGurus, read and referred by people of all age groups. Following the failure of Kabadi Scape, Madhu Cherian is in talks with global evangelist organisations to make another movie portraying Hindu Gods and Goddesses in an obscene manner. That’s how the idea to make an anti-Hindu movie struck Kamal Haasan.
Chennai being the evangelisation capital of South India, it was not difficult for Kamal Haasan to get financial assistance from various factions of the Church. Moreover, Kamal Haasan’s elder brother Chaaru Haasan is an evangelist engaged in the massive conversion of Hindus to the way of the Christ. There has been a considerable increase in the number of evangelists and Islamic preachers calling on Haasan during the last six months. This has given rise to speculation among political circles in Chennai about the real intentions of the ageing actor.
Kamal Haasan succeeded in aligning with the Islamic extremists by giving them a clean chit to them in their opposition to his 2013 bi-lingual movie Viswaroopam. The release of the movie in Tamil Nadu was initially objected to by 23 various Islamic organisations under the leadership of Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jama-at allegedly for portraying Muslims as terrorists. The standoff continued for a fortnight as Tamil Nadu government banned the release of the movie citing law and order issue. The wily politician in Kamal Haasan tactfully turned the tables against the then chief minister J Jayalalithaa.
He got many newspapers publish reports that said it was Jayalalithaa’s ire towards him that has resulted in the denial of permission for releasing the movie in Tamil Nadu. The initial reports had said that Jaya TV, a television network owned by Sasikala family had approached Kamal Haasan for the satellite rights of Viswaroopam. When they were denied the rights, the Mannargudi clan made use of their influence with Jayalalithaa and got a banning order against the release of the movie. But the then management of Jaya TV issued a statement explaining that at no point in time they had approached Kamal Haasan for satellite rights of the movie.
Having come to a cropper in his attempt to portray Jayalalithaa poorly, Kamal Haasan tried another trick. He got friends in the media to write that Jayalalithaa was angry with him because he had declared in a public meeting that P Chidambaram, the then finance minister in the UPA cabinet should be the Prime Minister of the country after the 2014 Lok Sabha election. When Jayalalithaa was asked this question during a press meet, she just laughed it off and said she did not feel the Indian voters were that poor in their judgement about Kamal Haasan and his Prime Ministerial candidate.
The recent controversy associated with the Hindi film Padmavathy too has inspired the actor who is certain that anything against Hindu religion would sell well in the global market and would pay rich political dividends to him
Throughout the period of protests, Kamal Haasan did not utter a single word against the Islamic organisations. Finally, he succumbed to the demands of the Islamists and removed all objectionable scenes and dialogues. Readers may be remembering about the announcement made by Kamal Haasan that someone in the country does not want him to stay in India and he was seriously considering of moving to secular countries like Pakistan or Saudi Arabia which would offer him the creative freedom as an artist.
While Jayalalithaa was alive, Haasan did not dare to criticise her even once. It was only after her untimely demise, he was bold enough to tweet messages making fun of her and the AIADMK.
The story is being worked out at his residence in Alwarpet with inputs given by the CPI-M and Dravidian literary personalities. Perumal Murugan, Charu Nivedita, K Veeramani, Suba Pandian, Manushya Puthran (an Islamic extremist masquerading with a secular name) are some of the people being consulted by the actor for the storyline. The CPI-M has offered global awards from their frontal organisations in West Asia, Europe and North America which would benefit Kamal Haasan in a big way.
The recent controversy associated with the Hindi film Padmavathy too has inspired the actor who is certain that anything against Hindu religion would sell well in the global market and would pay rich political dividends to him. The location of shooting would be either at Afghanistan or Pakistan, places which offer rural landscapes similar to that of in India. In spite of government of India tightening laws dealing with foreign remittances, auditors in Chennai on condition of anonymity told Team PGurus that any amount of money including that of terrorists could be brought into the country through hawala deal.
Though termed an anti-Hindu film, Haasan plans to lampoon Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP chief Amit Shah and union finance minister Arun Jaitley in the proposed movie. Union Minister Pon Radhakrishnan, who hails from Tamil Nadu is to be portrayed as a mentally challenged gram pradhan
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