Mumbai, April, 1 (CINEWS): Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan is one of the best performing artists Tamil silver screen has ever seen. Yet, his impact stretches out past Kollywood to Indian silver screen all in all and the performing artist has even been increasing universal acknowledgment of late.
The veteran has officially won Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan, National Award and Kalaimamani honor for his endeavors as a craftsman. Presently, he includes another credit to him.
Kamal Haasan was regarded with the Henri Langlois honor in Paris as of late. He got this prestigious recompense for his extraordinary commitment to Indian film. He was warmly invited by Mohan Kumar, brand diplomat of India in France.
Henri Langlois was an exceptionally well known French film filer. He was truth be told thought to be a pioneer of film protection. One can draw parallel with PK Nair, who was the best historian of Indian silver screen and the originator of the National Awards. Nair has been called Henri Langlois of Indian silver screen for his commitments. So from multiple points of view, this recompense rises to the honor of packing the National grant for the Ulaganayagan. The Vishwaroopam performer himself has been a solid promoter of film conservation.
After being presented this honor, Kamal took to Twitter and said that,” Received the Henri Langlois recompense in Paris . Wish Ananthu sir my master had been alive to hear this. Known about Langlois just through him.”
The Ulaganayagan will soon start taking a shot at the uncommon family film that will likewise highlight his little girl Shruti Haasan. In the mean time, Vishwaroopam 2 is in after creation organize and will discharge at some point this year.