7 Finest Films of Kamal Haasan

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Nayagan (1987) - Prime Video

Directed by Mani Ratnam, a crime drama inspired by the life of Mumbai underworld don Varadarajan Mudaliar. Kamal Haasan delivers a powerhouse performance as Velu Nayakar, a character loosely based on the real-life gangster.

Moondram Pirai (1982) - MX Player

Titled "Sadma" in Hindi, Directed by Balu Mahendra, It is a poignant tale of love and loss. Kamal Haasan portrays a caring young man who develops a unique bond with a woman suffering from retrograde amnesia, played by Sridevi.

Dasavathaaram (2008) - N/A

Directed by K. S. Ravikumar, It showcases Kamal Haasan's versatility as he portrays ten distinct characters spanning different time periods and personalities. The film explores themes of reincarnation, chaos theory, and the consequences of scientific experimentation.

Hey Ram (2000) - JioCinema

Directed by Kamal Haasan himself, It is a period drama set against the backdrop of India's partition and Mahatma Gandhi's assassination. Kamal Haasan stars as Saket Ram, a man consumed by grief and revenge in the midst of communal violence.

Indian (1996) - aha

Directed by Shankar, "Indian" is a vigilante action thriller in which Kamal Haasan plays dual roles as a father and son. The film explores themes of corruption and justice as the protagonist takes matters into his own hands to fight against societal evils.

Apoorva Sagodharargal (1989) - Prime Video

Titled "Appu Raja" in Hindi, Directed by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao, It is a black comedy that features Kamal Haasan in triple roles, including a dwarf. The film follows the story of twins separated at birth seeking revenge for their father's death.

Anbe Sivam (2003) - aha

Directed by Sundar C. and starring Kamal Haasan and R. Madhavan in the lead roles. The title Anbe Sivam translates to Love is God in English. The film explores themes such as humanism, compassion, social justice, and the meaning of life.

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