Kamal Haasan’s Vishwaroopam 2 trailer is finally out. Earlier on Friday it was officially announced by the makers of the film that the trailer of the second part of the film will be released on June 11 at 5 pm in three languages. Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan released the Hindi version of the trailer while Shruti Haasan and Jr. NTR released the Tamil and Telugu versions of the trailer. Just like its first part ‘Vishwaroopam’ the it will be an Indian spy thriller and a direct sequel to the film and will be led by Kamal Haasan. The movie is written and directed by Haasan himself.
Talking about the trailer it is laden with action sequences, and despite Kamal Haasan being a 63 years old he performs with little flaw. The trailer showcases action, stunts, car chases, car crashes, sky diving while chasing a terrorist and fighting his organization. There is a fight sequence which is performed and filmed underwater in Thailand and it looks great. Vishwaroopam 2 will be released on 10th August 2018. And on the said date the audience can watch the movie and give their verdict if they think it performed as per their expectations or not and on the said date we can see how it performs on the box-office as the trailer doesn’t reveal much about the plot. And like stated above it is filled with action and not enough plot to see where the movie is going.
Playing alongside Kamal Haasan will be Rahul Bose, Pooja Kumar and Andrea Jeremiah. The music of the film is given by the international award winning composer Ghibran so the music is expected be epic. And the cinematography of the first part was done by Sanu Varghese but for the sequel Shamdat Sainuddeen was chosen as Varghese had opted out of the role due to some personal problems.
While the first part of the film was set in the United States, the second part of Vishwaroopam will be set in India and it will focus largely on a strong Mother-son relationship. Earlier Haasan had stated that 40% of the film was shot during the making of part one itself. The film will be under 2 hours while its first part was a lengthy 2 hours and 20 minutes.
Watch the trailer of Vishwaroopam 2 here: