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Watch: Shruti Haasan shakes a leg with daddy Kamal Haasan
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Shruti Haasan dances with father, Kamal Haasan

Press Trust of India Actress Shruti Hassan feels shaking a leg with father Kamal Haasan on stage was a special moment for her. (Source: Twitter) Actress Shruti Hassan feels shaking a leg with father Kamal Haasan on stage was a special moment for ... MSN News US, 4 hours ago

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HC-FILM - HC dismisses VHP petition against Kamal Hassan's film

Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Chennai, Apr 27 (PTI) The Madras High Court today dismissed a petition by VHP seeking a stay on the release of Kamal Hassan's film "Uttama Villain", slated to hit the screens on May 1, and deletion of a song which the ...
 Namibia Press Agency5 hours ago Madras High Court moved against Kamal Hassan's new movie  Deccan Chronicle2 days ago HC dismisses petition against Kamal Hassan's film  Press Trust of India4 hours ago Madras HC dismisses VHP petition against Kamal Hassan's film  DNA4 hours ago
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Financier moves Madras HC against Kamal Hassan film 'Uttama Villain'

Kamal Hassan's latest Tamil movie 'Uttama Villain', slated for a May 1 release, has run into a legal tangle with a financier moving the Madras High Court to prohibit its release, claiming Rs 2.22 crore dues by the producers.
 DNA2 days ago Financier moves HC against Kamal's film claiming Rs 2.2 cr due  Business Standard2 days ago Financier moves HC against Kamal film claiming Rs 2.2 cr due  Business Standard2 days ago PTI - HC-FILM (LGM2) - Financier moves HC against Kamal film claiming Rs 2.2 cr due  Namibia Press Agency2 days ago
Bangalore Mirror

Why is Kamal Haasan coming to Bangalore?

Tamil star Kamal Hassan will be in Bengaluru to promote his latest film Uttama Villain. This will be the first time that the veteran actor will promote a Tamil film in Bengaluru. But Uttama Villain has a Sandalwood connection in the form of director ...
 Times of India6 days ago Kamal set to promote Villain in city  Bangalore Mirror6 days ago

Mustafa Kamal's resignation is 'unfortunate': Bangladesh Cricket Board President Nazmul Hassan

Hassan said that the initial response from the ICC came from the CEO Richardson, who said that they would investigate it ball-by-ball, and they would let them know after their analysis.The BCB president further clarified that board had reservations over ...
 DNA3 weeks ago BCB to compensate PCB for cancelling 2012 tour  MSN News US1 week ago BCB boss says Mustafa Kamal's resignation as ICC president 'unfortunate'  Ani News3 weeks ago BCB yet to name ICC chief  Bdnews24.com3 weeks ago

Of superhumans, the sea, smiles, Kamal Hassan

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Anjana Arun, Homemaker The Hindu Shalini Vijayakumar, BTech Student The Hindu Sruthi S. Kumar, BTech student The Hindu Arjun Ravindran, Head of Marketing ANJANA ARUN Homemaker, 25 ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Muslim organisation supports VHP's protest against Kamal Haasan's 'Uttama Villain'

Chennai: Vishwa Hindu Parishad received unexpected support in its fight against actor Kamal Hassan's upcoming Tamil film Uttama Villain, when a Muslim organization, on April 10, lodged a police complaint seeking action against the actor for his ‘attempts to ...
 Deccan chronicle2 weeks ago Kamal Haasan's Uttama Villain: Muslim Organisation Supports VHP's Protest Against Film  NDTV2 weeks ago 'Uttama Villain is Kamal Haasan's gift to me'  Rediff.com1 month ago Kamal Haasan's 'Uttama Villain' audio released  Manorama Online1 month ago
Manorama Online

Bangla confident India won't cancel tour despite Kamal row

Dhaka: Bangladesh Cricket Board president Nazmul Hassan said on Friday that he does not believe compatriot Mustafa Kamal's quitting as International Cricket Council (ICC) president will affect cricketing ties between Bangladesh and India. Hassan ...
 Manorama Online3 weeks ago BCB aloof on ICC presidency  Bdnews24.com3 weeks ago BCB meet silent on the Kamal matter...  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago Mustafa Kamal's Resignation Won't Affect Ties with India: Bangladesh Cricket Board President  NDTV3 weeks ago
Financial Express

Kamal Hassan-starrer Uttama Villain to hit screens on May 1: Ramesh Aravind

"The film is the story of a film actor and the song Iraniyan Nadagam (the drama of Hiranya) is a small piece in the film." After the Chennai unit of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad sought a ban on the Rs 50 crore Kamal Hassan-starrer Uttama Villain (Virtuous ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago VHP seeks ban on Kamal Haasan starrer Tamil flick  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago VHP seeks ban on Kamal Haasan's Tamil flick Uttama Villain  Financial Express2 weeks ago Now, VHP seeks ban on Kamal Hassan starer Uttama Villain  First Post.com2 weeks ago
ESPN Cricinfo

'Whole episode is unfortunate' - Hassan

BCB president Nazmul Hassan has called AHM Mustafa Kamal's resignation from the ICC 'unfortunate'. He has also said the controversy stemming from the Bangladesh-India World Cup quarterfinal would not affect relations between the two countries
 ESPN Cricinfo3 weeks ago Bilateral ties won't be affected  Asian Age3 weeks ago Whole episode is unfortunate: Hassan  Pakistan Today3 weeks ago
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