Vishwaroopam issue is looming large for quite sometime. While universal star, Kamal Haasan was deeply hurt by the alleged moves of Tamil Nadu Government opposing the release of the movie, the others kept their fingers and toes crossed to know whether Kamal would move the apex court. Putting aside the apprehensions, Mr Kamal Haasan made it clear that he had no motives to approach the Supreme Court of India. There's no clue as to why Kamal is not willing to knock the doors of highest appellate authority. The sources, however, said that Kamal Haasan might have got some signals that Tamil Nadu Government would withdraw its decision to put a ban on the release of his Vishwaroopam movie, which has been released in other parts of the country and received overwhelming response.
An emotional Kamal Haasan, who held a press meet yesterday, broke into tears and said he would have to self exile from the country if he doesn't find a secure place here. Moved by the statements, the union home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde came in rescue of the actor in the form of supporting words. Mr Shinde, while referring to Vishwaroopam issue and Kamal Haasan, said that artistes do have freedom of speech and expression. It looks like Centre itself plunged into action to ask Tamil Nadu Government to life ban on Vishwaroopam. Will Jaya sarkar withdraw the ban call on the movie? A million dollar question for sure, but let us hope for the best!