Best Movies of Kamal Haasan
Besides being one of the most versatile actors of India, Kamal Haasan is also a doyen in the field of acting. He has worked in numerous movies in various languages and had made his debut back in 1960 as a child artist. He was awarded the Padma Shri in 1990, the Padma Bhushan in 2014 and the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2016
Kamal Haasan Upcoming Movies 2019 List: Kamal Haasan New Movies & Next Films
1. Indian 2 – Kamal Haasan New Movie
- Director: Shankar Shanmugam
- Cast: Kamal Haasan, Nayanthara, other cast members remain undisclosed.
- Release Date: November 2018
The much awaited Indian 2 is an upcoming movie and the sequel to Indian. The shooting for the movie has already kick started and the movie will be made in three languages: Hindi, Telugu and Tamil. Ajay Devgn will make his Tamil debut with this film, which is an added bonus.
2. Sabaash Naidu – Kamal Haasan Next Movie
- Director: Kamal Haasan
- Cast: Kamal Haasan, Ramya Krishnan, Shruti Haasan, Saurabh Shukla, Vir Das, R J Balaji
- Release Date: Unannounced
The shooting for the movie Sabaash Naidu has recently wrapped up. The movie is a spin-off based on the popular character Balram Naidu from Dasavatharam, in which Kamal played ten characters. Also, this would be the first movie to cast Kamal Haasan and Shruti Haasan together for the first time. The plot revolves around Balram Naidu, a RAW agent and a comic person who goes to the USA to save his daughter.
3. Khabardar – Kamal Haasan Upcoming Movie
Khabardar is an upcoming movie starring Kamal Haasan, Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Prada. The plot of the movie remains undisclosed.
- Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Kamal Haasan, Jaya Prada
- Release Date: Unannounced
Top 10 movies of Kamal Haasan
- Director: Mani Ratnam
- Cast: Kamal Haasan, Saranya Ponvannan, Nassar, Karthika, Tinnu Anand
- Release Date: 31 July 1987
The movie is loosely based on the real-life Bombay underworld don Varadarajan Mudaliar. It centers on the life of a common man when faced by a corrupt and manipulative police force goes on the wrong side of the law. He is respected by many but his growing power and influence exacts a heavy toll as it irks the people on the right side.
- Director: S Shankar
- Cast: Kamal Haasan, Manish Koirala, S Shankar, Sukanya, Senthil, Johnny Lever, Kasthuri, Manorama
- Release Date: 23rd August 1996
Indian is a Tamil vigilante movie that centers on the life of an honest veteran who having served in the Indian Army, decides to teach corrupt officials a lesson. He targets officials, ministers, and bureaucrats to avouches to make them work honestly without accepting bribes. He uses an ancient martial arts technique to teach lessons to the wrongdoers.
- Director: Santhana Bharathi
- Cast: Kamal Haasan, Roshini, Girish Karnad, Ajay Ratnam, Rekha
- Release Date: 5th November 1991
Gunaa is a mystical romantic drama film. The protagonist of the movie Guna, a mentally disturbed man, falls in love with a girl who does not exist. One day he escapes from the asylum. He sees a rich girl in a temple and, believing her to be his love, kidnaps her and takes her to an old house on a hill. Roshini, the captive initially detests him. SK, he guardian tries to kill her to swindle her wealth but Guna saves her. Later, the movie takes an unprecedented turn.
5.Ek Duje Ke Liye
- Director: K Balachander
- Cast: Kamal Haasan, Madhavi, Shubha Khote, Rati Agnihotri, Asrani, Rakesh Bedi
- Release Date: June 5th 1981
This movie is a cult classic that etches its mark on the minds of the audience and stays with them for years. In the romantic tragedy Vasu and Sapna fall hard for each other but their parents only harbor hatred for each other as they are from different backgrounds and speak different languages. The movie raises the eternal question- can love really transcend everything?
- Director: K S Ravikumar
- Cast: Kamal Haasan, Asin, Malika Sherawat, Nagesh, P Base, Jaya Prada, Ramesh Khanna
- Release Date: June 13th 2008
A research scientist who is an atheist is in pursuit of a biological weapon of mass destruction. His biggest challenge is to protect it from falling into the wrong hands: that of an ex-CIA officer, who wants it for evil purposes. His pursuits bring him to India where he falls in love with Andal who is a staunch believer in God. Their conflicting beliefs put them on the same path to save mankind from destruction.
- Director: Kamal Haasan
- Cast: Kamal Haasan, Om Puri, Tabu, Fatima Sana, Paresh Rawal, Johnny Walker, Nassar, Amrish Puri
- Release Date: 19th December 1997
Desperation to be with his only child, a divorced man takes the guise of a nanny so that he can stay close to the kid. The child’s grandfather falls in love with the nanny, his disguised son-in-law leading to a hilarious and messy situation.
8.Vasool Raja MBBS
- Director: Saran
- Cast: Kamal Haasan, Sneha, Prabhu, Madhan Bob, Ajay Ratnam, Malavika, Nitin Sathya
- Release Date: 14th August 2004
Like the remake of Munnabhai MBBS, Vasool Raja is also a romantic comedy. Vasool Raja is in a rowdy gang that cons people and extorts money. When his parents come to visit him, he and his gang pretend to run a hospital and Vasool pretends to be a doctor. He falls in love with the head doctor’s daughter while the head doctor himself detests him
- Director: Suresh Krissna
- Cast: Kamal Haasan, Amala Akkineni, Nassar, Vaali, Rajesh, Janagaraj, Anand.
- Release Date: 29th September 1988
This is the riveting story of a young man called Sathyaa, a jobless youth who doesn’t like injustice and wants to make a difference. However he ends up becoming a henchman to a political leader, Thandapani, who has his own agenda.
- Director: Sundar C
- Cast: Kamal Haasan, R Madhavan, Kiran Rathod, Nassar, Uma Riyaz Khan, Seema, Balu Anand
- Release Date: January 14th 2003
Anbarasu, an ad-filmmaker, is both young and arrogant. He goes to Bhubaneshwar on a business trip but gets stranded at an airport due to heavy rains and flood. There he meets a physically damaged but spiritually strong man, Nallasivam, a co-passenger. Thrown together by circumstances, they realize they are bound by fate.
- Director: Bharathan
- Cast: Kamal Hassan, Revathi, Gautami, Nassar, Vadivelu, Madhan Bob, S N Lakshmi
- Release Date: 25th October 1992
Sakthivel returns home to his father Periya Thevar’s village in Tamil Nadu after completing his education in London. He soon finds himself torn between his personal aspirations to open a restaurant chain and his father’s aspirations for him to help his needy village. But fate deals her own cards.