Haasan’s com­edy not shelved

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment -

Ac­tor-film­maker Ka­mal Haasan’s up­com­ing mul­ti­lin­gual com­edy, Sabash Naidu, cur­rently put on hold, has not been shelved, con­firms a source close to the star. “Ka­mal sir is busy with the Bigg Boss show. Con­trary to some re­ports, Sabash Naidu has not been shelved and will be re­vived very soon. It had to be stalled when he had a leg in­jury fol­lowed by some un­for­tu­nate events,” said a source close to Ka­mal. Last July, Haasan frac­tured his leg af­ter he slipped and fell at his res­i­dence. The in­jury put him out of ac­tion for nearly seven months. The team had made plans to re­sume shoot from last De­cem­ber. “The make-up team from the US, [for] Ka­mal sir’s pros­thetic look, wasn’t avail­able, as they were on a Christ­mas break. There­fore, the shoot had to be pushed to this year,” the source added. Sabash Naidu, a spin-off on Ka­mal’s Bal­ram Naidu char­ac­ter from Dasa­vatharam, is be­ing shot in Tamil, Tel­ugu and Hindi. The film also stars Ramya Kr­ish­nan, Shruti Haasan and Brah­manan­dam.

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