Remembering the days of childhood, Kamal Haasan told a shocking story

Remembering the days of childhood, Kamal Haasan told a shocking story
Kamal Haasan, one of the veteran actors of South cinema, has recently shared the story of his childhood days. The basis, of being a child artist, is how Kamal Haasan had to go through some difficulties and thoughts in his childhood. The superstar of the film Vikram believes that as a child artist, I used to see myself playing a character in films like a rotten parrot. It is known that since childhood, Kamal has worked in many South films as a child actor.
 
It took a while that the career was over
 
In a media interview during the promotion of his upcoming film Vikram, Kamal Haasan has told that at that time I used to find myself in films working like a rotten parrot. When I lost my two front teeth, I felt like my career was over. As a child artist, my existence in the acting market will disappear. Slowly as I grew up I wondered what was happening to me but then I realized that being a child artist in my childhood I had the privilege of doing it with South Superstar Actor MG Ramachandran Shivaji (Ganesh).
 
Kamal Haasan worked in these films as a child artist
 
Actually Kamal Haasan in the 1960 Tamil film Kalathoor Kannama, Partial Pasi Theram. In the year 1962, he worked as a child artist in films like Padha Kankai and Kannum Karulam. During this, Kamal shared the screen with superstar actors like Uruvangal Maralam, Thevar Magan, and Piranha Mann, the big stalwarts of South Cinema. However, at present, Kamal Haasan's status is different and special in the South film industry. Let us tell you that Kamal Haasan's upcoming action thriller film Vikram is going to be released on June 3. In Kamal will be seen rocking with Vijay Sethupathi and Fahad Vasil.

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Not Rishi Kapoor but this is Ranbir Kapoor's idol hero, used to put his posters in the bedroom

Not Rishi Kapoor but this is Ranbir Kapoor's idol hero, used to put his posters in the bedroom

Ranbir Kapoor has told many times that he is a big fan of Sanjay Dutt, which is why when Rajkumar Hirani offered Ranbir Kapoor to work in Sanjay Dutt's biopic, Ranbir readily agreed. Ranbir Kapoor has played the character of Sanjay Dutt on-screen and now for the first time, he will be seen on screen with Sanjay Dutt in the film 'Shamshera'.

Ranbir Kapoor recently while talking about Sanjay Dutt during the trailer launch of Shamshera said that 'Sanjay Dutt was a family friend, so he has a different association and if I talk about myself, then he is the hero of my life. I grew up watching his movies. There were huge posters of Sanjay Dutt in my room during school days. I have always considered him my idol. When I got a chance to live his life on screen, it was a big deal for me and now working with him is no less than a dream for me.

Ranbir further says 'It is not that Sanjay Dutt only loves me, but he also scolds me a lot. Sanjay Dutt treats me like his son and a younger brother. If I do something good, I will praise it and if I do something wrong, I scold them. Like now, even if I do not do good films, I get scolded a lot by them. Sharing an old anecdote, Ranbir says, "During the films Rockstar and Barfi, I used to work out in his gym along with him, then once Sanjay Dutt scolded me and asked that you work out in the gym for two years. But where is your body? What do you do'.

Ranbir laughed and continued his point saying, 'Not only this, then one day he asked me what film you are doing after 'Barfi', what will Peda, Laddu do in such films, because they used to think I should entertain people with such films on a large scale so that people remember me and my character. I think now this film 'Shamshera' is exactly the same.

Let us tell you that in the film 'Shamshera', where Ranbir Kapoor will be seen in a double role for the first time, Sanjay Dutt will once again be seen in a negative role after the film 'Agneepath' and 'KGF2'. Along with Sanjay Dutt and Ranbir Kapoor, Vaani Kapoor will also be seen in an important role in the film.

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