Monday Wit - Kamal Haasan’s humour films broke traders’ stress

Kamal Haasan’s humour films broke traders’ stress

Features 4-Dec-2017 2:50 PM IST RM Comments

There is something much specific about the humour films involving Kamal Haasan. Many actors choose humour as their own favourite genre and few avoid it. But Kamal Haasan has been an exception in attempting with this genre. It is a general psychology that whenever someone is stressed with high pressure, they look forward to some relaxation, which is predominately obtained through humour.

When we look into the career graph of Kamal Haasan, especially from 90s, he has been simultaneously juggling between an exceptionally offbeat film and then humour. It was almost like when some experimental movies (except Indian which was a blockbuster) might not benefit the traders, his abrupt next would be a commercial comedy caper. Here is some of the list as follows, which were the immediate next to his experimental movies.

Vetri Vizha – Michael Madhana Kamarajan
Guna – Singaravelan
Thevar Magan – Maharasan
Nammavar – Sathi Leelavathi
Indian – Avvai Shanmughi and Kadhala Kadhala
Hey Ram – Thenali
Aalavandhan – Pammal K Sammadham and Pancha Thanthiram
Virumaandi – Vasool Raja MBBS

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