Kamal Hassan's much-delayed Vishwaroopam was censored on Tuesday (October 9). The movie has bagged 'U/A' certificate with minor cuts at parts.
If the reports are to be believed, Vishwaroopam surprisingly went to censor on October 9. The timing of screening the film to the Censor Board has paved way for many questions. The film was announced to be next Pongal release, which is still a few months away, and the latest development has made traders to wonder whether the film would hit screens early.
Along with the Tamil version, the Hindi version, Vishwaroop has also been screened for censor. The Central Board of Film Certification has given 'A' certificate for the Bollywood film. However, the makers of the movie are planning to release the album of the film in November. Shankar Ehsaan Loy has composed music for both Tamil and Hindi versions.
As per the earlier report, Vishwaroopam, which was supposed to release in November, will hit the screens in January 2013. The movie is a spy-thriller starring Kamal, Pooja Kumar, Andrea Jeremiah, Rahul Bose and others in the cast. In addition to writing the story, screenplay and dialogues, he has taken the responsibility of directing the movie.