Tamil superstar Kamal Hassan, who was in Bangalore on Saturday, (Oct 5), addressed the press conference in Bangalore Press Club. The actor spoke about various issues like politics, controversies and his upcoming movie Vishwaroopam 2, which is the sequel of Vishwaroopam.
The Tamil icon also addressed various issues, which are faced by Indian film industries. He also discussed the most sensitive issue of the Sandalwood, dubbing, and said that there should not be any barriers on other language films, but we should accept everything.
Talking about the issue, Kamal Hassan said, "There should not be any restrictions on other language films. There should not be protective measures by the state government. The industry should be open for the competition. But the flip side of the dubbing is that the originality will be lost and people could not connect to it. However, it is only my personal opinion and I am not endorsing it."
"Seniors, who brought the dubbing, did it in the best interest of the industry. Their decision helped the industry to grow. But I am not sure whether it will help any industry to grow," Kamal added.
Meanwhile, Kamal is all set to join hands with his old friend Ramesh Aravind for the bilingual movie, which will be made in Kannada and Tamil. He also said that he wants to reach the larger audience in the South.