Uthama Villain expectation analysis – Top 5 reasons to watch out for Uthama Villain

by Sai Shyam G


Ever since the first look poster and the teaser of Kamal Haasan’s ‘Uthama Villain’ were released, the buzz and the expectations around the film are building up. The movie is going on floors today and it is directed by Ramesh Aravind. Check out the top 5 reasons to watch out for the film:

Kamal Haasan – The Actor 


Kamal Haasan can pull off any role with commendable ease and conviction. This film will be no different for this extremely talented actor and he is touted to appear in different get-ups in the film, including that of a performance artist.

Kamal Haasan – The Screenplay Writer


Apart from acting, Kamal Haasan is also known for his brilliant screenplays in films like Vishwaroopam and Hey Ram. As Kamal is responsible for the story and screenplay of ‘Uthama Villain’, one can be rest assured that the screenplay would be completely riveting.

Impressive First Look and Teaser


Going by the teaser and first look, it is being widely reported that the movie will be based on ‘Theyyam’, a popular ritual form of worship in Kerala. Many people even went on to call the teaser as spooky. There could be more surprises in the film.

Crazy Mohan’s dialogues 


Crazy Mohan’s dialogues have been the backbone of many of Kamal’s film is the past and his witty dialogues could very well keep the movie entertaining throughout.

Cast and Crew


Ghibran, who is currently working in Kamal’s ‘Vishwaroopam 2’ has managed to impress the Ulaga Nayanagan and he has been roped in for ‘Uthama Villain’ as well. His background score in the teaser is pulsating. It is rumoured that Andrea, Pooja Kumar and Parvathy Menon will be a part of the film, however, an official announcement is yet to be made. Lingusamy is co-producing the film with Kamal Haasan. With an abled cast and crew, Kamal is sure to pull off a must watch film.

Kamal Haasan’s films are usually promising, but this one looks a lot more than that! It would be a very unique experience for the audience, to say the least!