The carefully restored variant of performer producer Kamal Haasan's widely praised 2001 Tamil film Aalavandhan is good to go to be discharged soon. "Arrangements are in progress for the film's re-discharge. Taking after its fabulous gathering at Fantastic Fest in the US a year ago, its nearby wholesaler has chosen to convey it to Indian silver screens once more. It has been carefully restored," uncovered a source near Kamal.
On Saturday, a main Tamil day by day distributed the publication of Aalavandhan, and indicated that it's hitting the screens soon. Composed by Kamal and coordinated by Suresh Krissna, the film is a mental thriller which recounts the account of Vijay Kumar (Kamal), a Commando and his twin sibling Nandu, an insane person experiencing schizophrenia. Despite the fact that a film industry failure, the film picked up clique status throughout the years.
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