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12 | 186 min | Crime, Drama, History

Saketh Ram's wife is raped and killed during direct action day riots in Calcutta. He is convinced that Mahatma Gandhi is responsible for all the problems happening in the country and sets out to kill him.

Director: Kamal Haasan | Stars: Kamal Haasan, Shah Rukh Khan, Rani Mukerji, Hema Malini

Votes: 10,783 | Gross: $0.27M


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Kamal Haasan filmography
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Kamal Haasan at Jagran Festival Awards

Kamal Haasan is an Indian film actor, screenwriter, director, producer, and choreographer who works primarily in the Tamil cinema. He debuted as a child actor in the 1960 Tamil film Kalathur Kannamma, which won him the President's Gold Medal.[1] Since then he has acted in over 200 films in several languages including: Malayalam, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada and Bengali.[2] After a few projects as a child artist he took a break to continue his education. He later concentrated on dance choreography and worked as an assistant choreographer. During this time, he made uncredited appearances in a few films which he worked on.[1]

In 1973, Kamal landed his first adult role as Thiagu in the film by K. Balachander, whom the actor considers his mentor. He continued to act in minor roles in several films such as Sollathaan Ninaikkiren (1973) and Naan Avanillai (1974), most of which were directed by Balachander. His breakthrough as an independent lead actor came with the 1974 Malayalam film Kanyakumari.[1] His work in it won him the Filmfare Award for Best Actor (Malayalam). Following that, he starred in a series of films in both languagesTamil and Malayalam. His breakthrough in Tamil cinema came with Balachander's Apoorva Raagangal (1975); the film earned him a second Filmfare Award, his first in Tamil.[1] Between 1974 and 1978, he won six Filmfare Awards including four consecutive wins for the Best Actor Tamil). Kamal turned producer for Raja Paarvai (1981), in which he played the lead role of a blind musician.[3] The film was produced under the "Haasan Brothers" banner which was later renamed Raaj Kamal Films International.

Kamal debuted in Bollywood with Balachander's Ek Duuje Ke Liye (1981), which was a remake of his 1978 Telugu film Maro Charitra. His role as a school teacher who looks after an amnesic girl in Moondram Pirai (1982) won him several accolades, including the Best Actor honours at the National Film Awards and Tamil Nadu State Film Awards. His work in Ramesh Sippy's Hindi film Saagar (1985), a triangular love story, was nominated in both Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor categories at the 33rd Filmfare Awards.[1][4] Under Raaj Kamal Films International, he produced films such as: Vikram (1986), Apoorva Sagodharargal (1989), Thevar Magan (1992) and Hey Ram (2000). As a producer he won a Filmfare Award and National Film Award for Apoorva Sagodharargal and Thevar Magan. Seven films featuring Kamal have been submitted by India to the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, the most for any actor in India.[5] In 2009, he became one of the few actors in India to have completed 50 years working in cinema. His work Vishwaroopam (2013), which he also produced and directed, won two awards at the 60th National Film Awards.[6]

As actor

Key Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released Year Film Role Language Director Notes Ref. 1960 Kalathur Kannamma Selvam Tamil A. Bhimsingh Child artist [7] 1962 Paarthal Pasi Theerum Babu & Kumar Tamil A. Bhimsingh Child artist [8] 1962 Paadha Kaanikkai Ravi Tamil K. Shankar Child artist [9] 1962 Kannum Karalum Babu Malayalam K. S. Sethumadhavan Child artist [10] 1963 Vanambadi Ravi Tamil G. R. Nathan Child artist [11] 1963 Anandha Jodhi Balu Tamil V. N. Reddy Child artist [12] 1970 Maanavan Tamil M. A. Thirumugam Uncredited role [13] 1971 Annai Velankanni Jesus Tamil Thankappan Uncredited role [14] 1972 Kurathi Magan Tamil K. S. Gopalakrishnan [15] 1973 Arangetram Thiagu Tamil K. Balachander [16] 1973 Sollathaan Ninaikkiren Kamal Tamil K. Balachander [17] 1974 Paruva Kaalam Chandran Tamil Jos A.N. Fernando [18] 1974 Gumasthavin Magal Mani Tamil A. P. Nagarajan [19]
[20] 1974 Naan Avanillai Tamil K. Balachander [17] 1974 Kanyakumari Sankaran Malayalam K. S. Sethumadhavan [21] 1974 Anbu Thangai Buddha Tamil S. P. Muthuraman Guest appearance [22]
[23] 1974 Vishnu Vijayam Vishnu Malayalam N. Sankaran Nair [24] 1974 Aval Oru Thodar Kathai Prasad Tamil K. Balachander [25] 1974 Panathukkaga Kumar Tamil M. S. Senthil [18] 1975 Cinema Paithiyam Natarajan Tamil Muktha Srinivasan [18] 1975 Pattampoochi Siva Tamil A. S. Pragasam [18] 1975 Aayirathil Oruthi Kamal Tamil Avinashi Mani [18] 1975 Then Sindhudhe Vaanam Tamil R. A. Sankaran [18] 1975 Melnaattu Marumagal Raja Tamil A. P. Nagarajan [18] 1975 Thangathile Vairam Kumar Tamil K. Sornam [18] 1975 Pattikkaattu Raja Mahesh Tamil K. Shanmugam [18] 1975 Njan Ninne Premikkunnu Suresh Malayalam K. S. Gopalakrishnan [18] 1975 Maalai Sooda Vaa Tamil C. V. Rajendran [18] 1975 Apoorva Raagangal Prasanna Tamil K. Balachander [26]
[27] 1975 Thiruvonam Prem Kumar Malayalam Sreekumaran Thampi [18] 1975 Mattoru Seetha Malayalam P. Bhaskaran [18] 1975 Raasaleela Malayalam N. Sankaran Nair [18] 1975 Andharangam Kaanthan Tamil Muktha Srinivasan [18] 1976 Appooppan Babumon Malayalam P. Bhaskaran [18] 1976 Agni Pushpam Somu Malayalam Jeassy [18] 1976 Manmadha Leelai Madhu Tamil K. Balachander [28] 1976 Anthuleni Katha Arun Telugu K. Balachander Cameo appearance [29] 1976 Samassiya Malayalam K. Thankappan [18] 1976 Swimming Pool Malayalam J. Sasikumar [18] 1976 Aruthu Malayalam Ravi [18] 1976 Satyam Kumaran Tamil S. A. Kannan [18] 1976 Oru Oodhappu Kan Simittugiradhu Ravi Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [18]
[30] 1976 Unarchigal Selvam Tamil R. C. Sakthi [18]
[31] 1976 Kuttavum Sikshayum Malayalam M. Masthan [18] 1976 Kumaara Vijayam Kumar Tamil A. Jagannathan [18]
[32] 1976 Idhaya Malar Mohan Tamil Gemini Ganesan [18] 1976 Ponni Maran Malayalam Thoppil Bhasi [33] 1976 Nee Ente Lahari Malayalam P. G. Viswambharan [18] 1976 Moondru Mudichu Balaji Tamil K. Balachander [34] 1976 Mogam Muppadhu Varusham Ramesh Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [18] 1976 Lalitha Balu Tamil Valampuri Somanathan [18] 1977 Aaina Prem Kapoor Hindi K. Balachander Cameo appearance in the song "Ho Jaaye Jab Dil Se Dil Takraaye" [16] 1977 Uyarndhavargal Aarumugam Tamil T. N. Balu [18]
[35] 1977 Siva Thandavum Malayalam N. Sankaran Nair [36] 1977 Aasheervaadam Malayalam I. V. Sasi [18] 1977 Avargal Janardhan (Johnny) Tamil K. Balachander [37]
[38] 1977 Madhuraswapnam Malayalam M. Krishnan Nair 1977 Sreedevi Venugopal Malayalam N. Sankaran Nair [18] 1977 Unnai Suttrum Ulagam Raja Tamil G. Subramanya Reddiar [18] 1977 Kabita Gopal Bengali Bharat Shamsher [39] 1977 Ashtamangalyam Malayalam P. Gopikumar [18] 1977 Nirakudum Devan Malayalam A. Bhimsingh [18] 1977 Ormakal Marikkumo Chandrasekharan Malayalam K. S. Sethumadhavan [18] 1977 16 Vayathinile Gopalakrishnan (Chappani) Tamil P. Bharathiraja [40] 1977 Aadu Puli Attam Madan Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [41]
[18] 1977 Aanandham Paramaanandham Babu Malayalam I. V. Sasi [18] 1977 Naam Pirandha Mann Ranjith Tamil A. Vincent [18]
[42] 1977 Kokila Vijaykumar Kannada Balu Mahendra [43] 1977 Satyavan Savithri Sathyavan Malayalam P. G. Viswambharan [18] 1977 Aadhya Paadam Malayalam Adoor Bhasi [18] 1978 Avalude Ravukal Unknown Malayalam I. V. Sasi Cameo appearance [44] 1978 Nizhal Nijamagiradhu Sanjeevi Tamil K. Balachander [18] 1978 Sakka Podu Podu Raja Unknown Tamil S. P. Muthuraman Cameo appearance [45] 1978 Madanolsavam Raju Malayalam N. Sankaran Nair dubbed into Hindi as Dil Ka Sathi Dil [18] 1978 Amara Prema Raju Telugu T. Rama Rao Partially reshot remake of Madanolsavam 1978 Kaathirunna Nimisham Raju Malayalam Baby [18] 1978 Aval Viswasthayayirunnu Anto Malayalam Jeassy Guest appearance 1978 Anumodhanam Malayalam I. V. Sasi [18] 1978 Maro Charitra Balu Telugu K. Balachander [46] 1978 Ilamai Oonjal Aadukirathu Prabhu Tamil C. V. Sridhar [47] 1978 Sattam En Kaiyil Babu & Rathinam Tamil T. N. Balu [18] 1978 Vayasu Pilichindi Raja Telugu C. V. Sridhar [48] 1978 Thappida Thala Amrit Lal Kannada K. Balachander Cameo appearance [49] 1978 Padakuthira Malayalam P. G Vasudevan [18] 1978 Vayanadan Thamban Vayanadan Thamban Malayalam A. Vincent [18] 1978 Aval Appadithan Arun Tamil C. Rudhraiya [50] 1978 Sigappu Rojakkal Dileep Tamil P. Bharathiraja [51] 1978 Manidharil Ithanai Nirangala Velu Tamil R. C. Sakthi [18] 1978 Thappu Thalangal Amrit Lal Tamil K. Balachander Cameo appearance [18]
[49] 1978 Yaetta Ramu Malayalam I. V. Sasi [18] 1979 Sommokadidi Sokokadidi Rangadu & Shekar Telugu Singeetam Srinivasa Rao dubbed into Tamil as Iru Nilavugal [18] 1979 Sigappukkal Mookkuthi Tamil Valampuri Somanathan [18] 1979 Neeya? Kamal Tamil Durai [18] 1979 Allauddinum Albhutha Vilakkum Alauddin Malayalam / Tamil I. V. Sasi Simultaneously made in Tamil as Alavudinum Arbhutha Vilakkum [52] 1979 Thaayillamal Naan Illai Raja Tamil R. Thyagarajan [52] 1979 Ninaithale Inikkum Chandru Tamil K. Balachander Bilingual film [53] 1979 Andhamaina Anubhavam Chandru Telugu K. Balachander [53] 1979 Idi Katha Kaadu Janardhan Telugu K. Balachander [29] 1979 Nool Veli Kamal Haasan Tamil K. Balachander Guest appearance as himself
Simultaneously filmed in Telugu as Guppedu Manasu [54] 1979 Kalyanaraman Raman & Kalyanam Tamil G. N. Rangarajan [55] 1979 Pasi Kamal Haasan Tamil Durai Guest appearance as himself [56] 1979 Guppedu Manasu Kamal Haasan Telugu K. Balachander Guest appearance as himself
Simultaneously filmed in Tamil as Nool Veli [57] 1979 Mangala Vaathiyam Tamil K. Shankar [18] 1979 Neela Malargal Chandran Tamil Krishnan Panju [18] 1979 Azhiyatha Kolangal Gowrishankar Tamil Balu Mahendra Guest appearance [18] 1980 Ullasa Paravaigal Ravi Tamil C. V. Rajendran [18] 1980 Guru Guru Tamil I. V. Sasi [18] 1980 Varumayin Niram Sivappu Rangan Tamil K. Balachander Simultaneously filmed in Telugu as Aakali Rajyam [58] 1980 Maria, My Darling Raghu Kannada Durai Bilingual film [18]
[59] 1980 Tamil 1980 Saranam Ayyappa Tamil Dasarathan Guest appearance [60] 1980 Natchathiram Kamal Haasan Tamil Dasari Narayana Rao Guest appearance [18] 1981 Thillu Mullu Charu Haasan Tamil K. Balachander Guest appearance [61] 1981 Aakali Rajyam J. Ranga Rao Telugu K. Balachander Simultaneously filmed in Tamil as Varumayin Niram Sivappu [62] 1981 Meendum Kokila Manian Tamil G. N. Rangarajan [63] 1981 Ram Lakshman Ram Tamil R. Thyagarajan [18] 1981 Raja Paarvai Raghu Tamil Singeetam Srinivasa Rao 100th Film
Simultaneously filmed in Telugu as Amavasya Chandrudu [55]
[62] 1981 Ek Duuje Ke Liye Vasu Hindi K. Balachander [64] 1981 Kadal Meengal Selvanayagam & Rajan Tamil G. N. Rangarajan [18] 1981 Savaal P. P. Raja Tamil R. Krishnamoorthy [65] 1981 Sankarlal Dharmalingam & Mohan Tamil T. N. Balu Simultaneously filmed in Telugu as Andagaadu [18] 1981 Tik Tik Tik Dilip Tamil P. Bharathiraja [65] 1981 Ellam Inbamayyam Velu Tamil G. N. Rangarajan [55] 1982 Vazhvey Maayam Raja Tamil R. Krishnamoorthy [66] 1982 Anthiveyilile Ponnu Malayalam Radhakrishnan Dubbed Tamil as Ponmaalai Pozhudhu [67] 1982 Moondram Pirai Srinivasan (Seenu) Tamil Balu Mahendra [55]
[68] 1982 Neethi Devan Mayakkam Military officer Tamil Bapu Simultaneously shot in Telugu as Edi Dharmam Edi Nyayam [69] 1982 Maattuvin Chattangale Unknown Malayalam K. G. Rajasekharan Special appearance in the song "Maattuvin Chattangale" [18]
[70] 1982 Simla Special Gopu Tamil Muktha Srinivasan [18] 1982 Sanam Teri Kasam Sunil Sharma Hindi Narendra Bedi [71] 1982 Sakalakala Vallavan Velu Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [65] 1982 Ezham Rathiri Malayalam Krishnakumar [18] 1982 Rani Theni Miller Tamil G. N. Rangarajan Cameo appearance [72] 1982 Yeh To Kamaal Ho Gaya Ratan Chander & Ajay Saxena Hindi Tatineni Rama Rao [73] 1982 Pagadai Panirendu Anand Tamil Dhamodharan. N [18] 1982 Agni Sakshi Kamal Haasan Tamil K. Balachander Guest appearance [74] 1983 Zara Si Zindagi Rakesh Kumar Shastri Hindi K. Balachander [72] 1983 Uruvangal Maralam Kamal Haasan Tamil S. V. Ramanan Guest appearance [65] 1983 Sattam Raja Tamil K. Vijayan [72] 1983 Sagara Sangamam Balakrishna Telugu K. Viswanath [75]
[27] 1983 Sadma Somu Hindi Balu Mahendra [76] 1983 Poikkal Kudhirai Unknown Tamil K. Balachander Cameo appearance [72] 1983 Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu Unknown Kannada K. Balachander Special appearance in the song "Munde Banni" [77]
[78] 1983 Thoongathey Thambi Thoongathey Gopi & Vinoth Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [65]
[79] 1984 Yeh Desh Mathur Hindi Tatineni Rama Rao Guest role [72] 1984 Ek Nai Paheli Sandeep Hindi K. Balachander [80] 1984 Yaadgar Rajnath Hindi Dasari Narayana Rao [72] 1984 Raaj Tilak Suraj Hindi Rajkumar Kohli [81] 1984 Enakkul Oruvan Madhan & Upendhra Tamil S. P. Muthuraman 125th Film [27] 1984 Karishma Sunny Hindi I. V. Sasi [72] 1985 Oru Kaidhiyin Diary David & Shankar Tamil P. Bharathiraja [55] 1985 Kaakki Sattai Murali Tamil Rajasekhar [72] 1985 Andha Oru Nimidam Kumar Tamil Major Sundarrajan [72] 1985 Uyarndha Ullam Anandh Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [72] 1985 Saagar Raja Hindi Ramesh Sippy [82]
[83] 1985 Geraftaar Kishan Kumar Khanna Hindi Prayag Raaj [72]
[84] 1985 Mangamma Sabadham Ashok & Raja Tamil K. Vijayan [72] 1985 Japanil Kalyanaraman Kalyanam & Raman Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [85] 1985 Dekha Pyar Tumhara Vishal Hindi Virendra Sharma [72] 1986 Vikram Vikram Tamil Rajasekhar [86] 1986 Swathi Muthyam Sivaiah Telugu K. Viswanath [87] 1986 Naanum Oru Thozhilali Bharath Tamil C. V. Sridhar [72] 1986 Manakanakku Film director Tamil R. C. Sakthi Guest appearance [65] 1986 Oka Radha Iddaru Krishnulu Krishna Telugu A. Kodandarami Reddy [72] 1986 Punnagai Mannan Sethu & Chaplin Chellappa Tamil K. Balachander [55] 1987 Kadhal Parisu Mohan Tamil A. Jagannathan [88]
[72] 1987 Vrutham Balu Malayalam I. V. Sasi [72] 1987 Kadamai Kanniyam Kattupaadu Kamal Haasan Tamil Santhana Bharathi Guest appearance [72] 1987 Per Sollum Pillai Ramu Tamil S. P. Muthuraman [88]
[72] 1987 Pushpaka Vimana "Unemployed graduate" Silent Singeetam Srinivasa Rao Also known as Pushpak and Pesum Padam [89]
[34] 1987 Nayakan Sakthivelu (Velu Naicker) Tamil Mani Ratnam [90]
[91] 1988 Daisy James Malayalam Pratap K. Pothen Extended Cameo [92] 1988 Soora Samhaaram Pandiyan Tamil Chitra Lakshmanan [88]
[93] 1988 Unnal Mudiyum Thambi Udhayamoorthy Tamil K. Balachander [72]
[94] 1988 Sathya Sathyamurthy Tamil Suresh Krissna [55] 1989 Apoorva Sagodharargal Sethupathi, Appadurai & Raja Tamil Singeetam Srinivasa Rao 150th Film [55] 1989 Chanakyan Johnson Malayalam T. K. Rajeev Kumar [95] 1989 Vetri Vizha Vetrivel Tamil Prathap Pothan [88]
[72] 1989 Indrudu Chandrudu G. K. Rayudu & Chandru Telugu Suresh Krissna [96]
[97] 1990 Michael Madana Kama Rajan Michael,
Madhanagopal,
Kameshwaran,
Subramaniam Raju Tamil Singeetam Srinivasa Rao [98]
[99] 1991 Gunaa Gunasekharan Tamil Santhana Bharathi [100] 1992 Singaravelan Singaravelan Tamil R. V. Udayakumar [101] 1992 Thevar Magan Shakthivel Tamil Bharathan [102] 1993 Maharasan Vadivelu Tamil G. N. Rangarajan [72] 1993 Kalaignan Indrajith Tamil G. B. Vijay [88]
[72] 1994 Mahanadi Krishnaswamy Tamil Santhana Bharathi [103] 1994 Magalir Mattum Tamil Singeetam Srinivasa Rao Guest appearance [104] 1994 Nammavar Selvam Tamil K. S. Sethumadhavan [105]
[106] 1995 Sathi Leelavathi Shakthivel Tamil Balu Mahendra [107] 1995 Subha Sankalpam Dasu Telugu K. Viswanath [108] 1995 Kuruthipunal Adhi Narayanan IPS Tamil P. C. Sreeram Simultaneously shot in Telugu as Drohi [55] 1996 Indian Senapathy & Chandrabose Tamil S. Shankar [109] 1996 Avvai Shanmugi Pandian
(Avvai Shanmugi) Tamil K. S. Ravikumar [109] 1997 Chachi 420 Jaiprakash Paswan
(Lakshmi Godbhole) Hindi Kamal Haasan [110]
[111] 1998 Kaathala Kaathala Ramalingam Tamil Singeetam Srinivasa Rao [112] 2000 Hey Ram Saket Ram Tamil Kamal Haasan Bilingual film [113] 2000 Hey Ram Saket Ram Hindi Kamal Haasan [114] 2000 Thenali Thenali Soman Tamil K. S. Ravikumar In This Film He has got the title card 'Universal Hero' [115] 2001 Aalavandhan Vijay Kumar and Nandha Kumar Tamil Suresh Krissna 200th film,
Bilingual film [116] 2001 Abhay Vijay and Abhay Hindi Suresh Krissna [117]
[118] 2001 Parthale Paravasam Kamal Haasan Tamil K. Balachander Guest appearance as himself [119] 2002 Pammal K. Sambandam Pammal Kalyana Sambandham Tamil T. S. B. K. Moulee [120] 2002 Panchathanthiram Ramachandramurthy Tamil K. S. Ravikumar [88]
[121] 2003 Anbe Sivam Nallasivam Tamil Sundar. C [122] 2003 Nala Damayanthi Kamal Haasan Tamil T. S. B. K. Moulee Guest appearance as himself [123] 2004 Virumaandi Virumaandi Tamil Kamal Haasan [124] 2004 Vasool Raja MBBS Rajaraman Tamil Saran [125] 2005 Mumbai Xpress Avinasi Tamil Singeetam Srinivasa Rao Bilingual film [126] 2005 Mumbai Xpress Avinash Hindi Singeetam Srinivasa Rao [127] 2005 Rama Shama Bhama Dr. Shyam Sajjan Kannada Ramesh Aravind Extended Cameo. [128] 2006 Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu DCP Raghavan Tamil Gautham Menon [129] 2008 Dasavathaaram Govindarajan Ramaswamy,
Rangarajan Nambi,
Christian Fletcher,
Balram Naidu,
Krishnaveni,
Vincent Poovaragan,
Khalifulla Khan,
Avatar Singh,
Shinghen Narahashi,
George W. Bush Tamil K. S. Ravikumar [109] 2009 Unnaipol Oruvan "Common man" Tamil Chakri Toleti Bilingual film [130]
[131] 2009 Eenadu "Common man" Telugu Chakri Toleti [132] 2010 Four Friends Kamal Haasan Malayalam Saji Surendran Guest appearance as himself [133] 2010 Manmadhan Ambu Raja Mannar Tamil K. S. Ravikumar [134] 2013 Vishwaroopam Wisam Ahmed Kashmiri Tamil Kamal Haasan Bilingual film [135] 2013 Vishwaroop Wisam Ahmed Kashmiri Hindi Kamal Haasan [136] 2015 Uttama Villain Manoranjan Tamil Ramesh Aravind [137] 2015 Papanasam Suyambulingam Tamil Jeethu Joseph [138] 2015 Thoongaa Vanam C. K. Diwakar Tamil Rajesh Selva Bilingual film [139] 2015 Cheekati Rajyam C. K. Diwakar Telugu Rajesh Selva [140] 2016 Meen Kuzhambum Mann Paanaiyum Swami Tamil Amudeshver Guest appearance [141] 2018 Vishwaroopam II Wisam Ahmed Kashmiri Tamil Kamal Haasan Bilingual film [142] 2018 Vishwaroop II Wisam Ahmed Kashmiri Hindi Kamal Haasan [142] 2021 Indian 2dagger Senapathy, Chandrabose Tamil S. Shankar Filming [143] 2021 Thalaivan Irukkirandagger Tamil Kamal Haasan Pre-Production

As director, producer and writer

Year Film Language Credited as Notes Ref. Director Producer Writer 1980 Guru Tamil Green tick Credited along with his brothers as "Hasan Brothers" 1981 Meendum Kokila Tamil Green tick Credited along with his brothers as "Hasan Brothers" 1981 Raja Paarvai Tamil Green tickGreen tick Credited along with his brothers as "Hasan Brothers" 1981 Amavasya Chandrudu Telugu Green tickGreen tick Credited along with his brothers as "Hasan Brothers" 1986 Vikram Tamil Green tickGreen tick 1987 Kadamai Kanniyam Kattupaadu Tamil Green tick 1988 Sathya Tamil Green tick 1989 Apoorva Sagodharargal Tamil Green tickGreen tick 1989 Indrudu Chandrudu Telugu Green tick 1990 Michael Madana Kama Rajan Tamil Green tick 1992 Thevar Magan Tamil Green tickGreen tick 1994 Mahanadi Tamil Green tick 1994 Magalir Mattum Tamil Green tickGreen tick 1995 Kuruthipunal Tamil Green tickGreen tick 1997 Chachi 420 Hindi Green tickGreen tickGreen tick 1997 Virasat Hindi Green tick 1998 Kaathala Kaathala Tamil Green tick 1999 Biwi No.1 Hindi Green tick 2000 Hey Ram Tamil Green tickGreen tickGreen tick 2000 Hey Ram Hindi Green tickGreen tickGreen tick 2001 Aalavandhan Tamil Green tick 2001 Abhay Hindi Green tick 2002 Panchathantiram Tamil Green tick 2003 Anbe Sivam Tamil Green tick 2003 Nala Damayanthi Tamil Green tickGreen tick 2004 Virumaandi Tamil Green tickGreen tickGreen tick 2005 Mumbai Xpress Tamil Green tickGreen tick 2005 Mumbai Xpress Hindi Green tickGreen tick 2008 Dasavathaaram Tamil Green tick 2009 Unnaipol Oruvan Tamil Green tickGreen tick 2009 Eenadu Telugu Green tickGreen tick 2010 Manmadan Ambu Tamil Green tick 2013 Vishwaroopam Tamil Green tickGreen tickGreen tick 2013 Vishwaroop Hindi Green tickGreen tickGreen tick 2015 Uttama Villain Tamil Green tickGreen tick 2015 Thoongavanam Tamil Green tickGreen tick 2015 Cheekati Rajyam Telugu Green tickGreen tick 2018 Vishwaroopam II Tamil Green tickGreen tickGreen tick 2018 Vishwaroop II Hindi Green tickGreen tickGreen tick 2019 Kadaram Kondan Tamil Green tick [144] TBA Thalaivar169 Tamil Green tick

Other crew positions

Year Film Language Position Ref. 1971 Nootrukku Nooru Tamil Assistant director,
Dance assistant

[145]

1971 Savaale Samali Dance assistant [145] 1971 Shrimantudu Telugu Dance assistant [145] 1971 Annai Velankanni Tamil Assistant director,
Dance assistant [14]
[145] 1972 Sange Muzhangu Dance assistant 1972 Naan Yen Pirandhen Dance assistant (along with Puliyur saroja) 1972 Nirthasala Malayalam Dance assistant 1973 Kasi Yathirai Tamil Dance assistant

[146]

1974 Vellikizhamai Viratham Dance assistant 1976 Unarchigal Assistant director 1977 Avargal Choreographer [147] 1977 Aaina Hindi Assistant director,
Choreographer 2000 Hey Ram Tamil Choreographer 2004 Virumaandi Choreographer [148] 2015 Uttama Villain Choreographer [149] 2015 Thoongaa Vanam Make-up artist [150] 2019 Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy Telugu Narrator[a] [151]

Unreleased films

Main article: Kamal Haasan's unrealized projects Film Language Director Ref. Khabardar Hindi T. Rama Rao [152] Kanden Seethaiyai Tamil Balachandra Menon [153] Ladies Only Hindi Dinesh Shailendra [152] Marudhanayagam Tamil Kamal Haasan [154] Sabaash Naidu Kamal Haasan

Television

As a host

Title Year Creator(s) Notes Ref. External links Pattimandram 2016 Jaya TV Debate Title
Ulaganayakanin Uyarvukku Karanam
  • Kalainayam Mikka Patankala?
  • Commercial Patankala?
External video Pattimandram (Part 1) on YouTube Pattimandram (Part 2) on YouTube Pattimandram (Part 3) on YouTube Title Year Creator(s) Notes Ref. Bigg Boss Tamil 2017present Star Vijay Reality show
Seasons 1, 2 and 3 [155]
[156]

Music videos

Year Title Role Performer(s) Album Ref. 1988 "Mile Sur Mera Tumhara" Himself Various

Documentaries

Year Title Language Role Director(s) Notes Ref. External links 2018 Amoli Tamil Narrator Jasmine Kaur Roy, Avinash Roy [157][158] External video Official Amoli documentary on YouTube

See also

  • Kamal Haasan's unrealized projects
  • List of awards and nominations received by Kamal Haasan
  • Kamal Haasan discography

Notes

^ Kamal Haasan provided narration for the Tamil dubbed version of the film.

References

^ a b c d e "Kamal Haasan's Biography". Koimoi. Archived from the original on 3 May 2016. 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External links

  • Kamal Haasan filmography on IMDb
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Kamal Haasan
  • Filmography
  • Discography
  • Unrealized projects
  • Awards and honors
As director
  • Chachi 420 (1997)
  • Hey Ram (2000)
  • Virumaandi (2004)
  • Vishwaroopam / Vishwaroop (2013)
  • Vishwaroopam II / Vishwaroop II (2018)
As screenwriter
  • Raja Paarvai / Amavasya Chandrudu (1981)
  • Vikram (1986)
  • Apoorva Sagodharargal (1989)
  • Michael Madana Kama Rajan (1990)
  • Thevar Magan (1992)
  • Mahanadhi (1994)
  • Magalir Mattum (1994)
  • Nammavar (1995)
  • Kuruthipunal (1995)
  • Kaathala Kaathala (1998)
  • Aalavandhan / Abhay (2001)
  • Panchatanthiram (2002)
  • Anbe Sivam (2003)
  • Nala Damayanthi (2003)
  • Mumbai Xpress (2005)
  • Dasavathaaram (2008)
  • Manmadan Ambu (2010)
  • Uttama Villain (2015)
  • Thoongaa Vanam / Cheekati Rajyam (2015)
Related
  • Bigg Boss
    • season 1
    • season 2
    • season 3
  • Marudhanayagam
  • Raaj Kamal Films International
Family
  • Shruti Haasan (daughter)
  • Akshara Haasan (daughter)
  • Charuhasan (brother)
  • Chandrahasan (brother)
  • v
  • t
  • e
Raaj Kamal Films InternationalKey People
  • Kamal Haasan
  • Chandrahasan
Films produced
  • Raja Paarvai / Amavasya Chandrudu (1981)
  • Vikram (1986)
  • Kadamai Kanniyam Kattupaadu (1987)
  • Sathya (1988)
  • Apoorva Sagodharargal (1989)
  • Thevar Magan (1992)
  • Magalir Mattum (1994)
  • Kuruthipunal / Drohi (1995)
  • Sathi Leelavathi (1995)
  • Chachi 420 (1997) (Hindi)
  • Hey Ram (2000)
  • Nala Damayanthi (2003)
  • Virumaandi (2004)
  • Mumbai Xpress (Tamil, 2005)
  • Mumbai Xpress (Hindi, 2005)
  • Unnaipol Oruvan (2009)
  • Eenadu (2009) (Telugu)
  • Vishwaroopam / Vishwaroop (2013)
  • Uttama Villain (2015)
  • Thoongaa Vanam / Cheekati Rajyam (2015)
  • Vishwaroopam 2 / Vishwaroop 2 (2018)
  • Kadaram Kondan (2019)
Films distributed
  • Gunaa (1991)
  • Subha Sankalpam (1995)
  • Kaathala Kaathala (1998)
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