Salute To A Master – Kamal Haasan

Veteran filmmaker K Viswanath passed away yesterday, and the entire film industry is mourning his sudden demise. When we talk about the director’s career, his collaboration with Kamal Haasan will also be discussed.

K. Viswanath and Kamal Haasan had a close professional relationship and mutual admiration for each other’s work. Viswanath was one of the most influential directors in Indian cinema, and Haasan was a highly regarded actor, director, and screenwriter.

Kamal Haasan and K. Viswanath had a productive and impactful working relationship, collaborating on several seminal films in the Telugu film industry. Their films “Sagara Sangamam,” “Swathi Muthyam,” and “Subha Sankalpam” are widely regarded as some of the best films in Indian cinema, and are still remembered and celebrated by audiences today.

The two also acted together in films, including “Kuruthipunal” and “Uttama Villain,” where Viswanath played Haasan’s father-in-law.

Over the years, Haasan has spoken highly of Viswanath’s work and his impact on Indian cinema. He has credited Viswanath with being one of the key influences on his own career, and he has often referred to him as one of the greatest directors in Indian cinema.

The relationship between Haasan and Viswanath was not limited to their film industry work. They also shared a close personal relationship and often interacted with each other outside of work.

Their impact on the industry will continue to be felt for generations to come, and their legacy will live on through their films and their influence on other filmmakers.