After releasing the first look poster for the film Indian 2, the makers are back again with the second poster. As you check the poster, you would find Kamal Haasan in a new avatar, having an older, wiser and deadlier look for the film. This can make the fans excited about the film in which he is taking the lead role. If rumors are to be believed, Akshay Kumar has been asked to do the negative role in it. The film is a sequel to the 1996 Indian movie called Indian having Kamal Haasan in the lead role. The sequel is directed by S Shankar the 2.0 fame director, while it is produced by Subaskaran Allirajah under the banner called LYCA Productions.
The film has Siddharth and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles apart from Kamal Haasan in it. As you check the poster, you find Kamal in the intense look. The film is all set to hit the floor tomorrow as the makers have announced the same. So, all eyes are on the movie as to how it would turn up. The first film had Kamal in it who is is seen in a dual role. He plays both the father and the son in the film as we have seen Big B playing similar roles in his film – Sooryawansham. We also find Manisha Koirala and Urmila Matondkar in the lead roles opposite the two characters of Kamal Haasan in it. The film will be remembered for its peppy music in the coming days.
If all goes well, we will also see Akshay Kumar featuring the negative role in the movie. This will be his second negative role in a south Indian film. Since he has worked with Shankar earlier, it would be easy for him to work again considering the good rapport between the two as they share. Earlier, it was Ajay Devgn who was approached for the negative role. However, as Ajay is busy with his earlier commitments, the makers are now talking to Akshay Kumar. We remember the prequel Indian as a hit film that also gave Kamal Haasan the National award for the same. He has played different roles in it playing multiple characters. Well, hope to see the same legacy for the film continuing in the sequel as well. Meanwhile, you catch the second poster for Indian 2.