Kamal Haasan
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Kamal Haasan seems to be in no hurry to confirm or deny rumours about "PK" remake, despite reporters asking about it at a press conference in Chennai for his upcoming movie "Uttama Villain".

The 'Ulaganayagan' said he has not yet made the rumours of his presence in the remake 'true'.

Interestingly, the actor made sure not to make any further comment on the topic during the press meet.

Earlier, the Tamil film industry was abuzz with the news that Kamal Haasan has accepted the role. But, sources close to the actor later said that he was just approached for the role and nothing on the remake is confirmed as yet.

"PK" starring Aamir Khan in the lead was one of the biggest Bollywood success of 2014. The movie directed by Rajkumar Hirani is a satirical science-fiction comedy.

The remake rights of "PK' were aquired by Gemini Productions and reports suggested that it is planning to start the shooting of the movie as soon as possible.

Some sources also claimed that Kamal Haasan has agreed to play the role if conditions laid down by him (for the movie) are met. Meanwhile, Kamla Haasan fans are waiting to see what will be his next move, as the actor has three of his movies, "Uttama Villain", "Papanasam" and "Vishwaroopam 2" set for release.

With these movies confirmed for release soon, rumours are rife about his upcoming movie. Kamal Haasan recently uploaded a video in which he claimed that he is scouting in Mauritius for his new movie. Sources close to the actor say that it will be a thriller movie.

There are rumours that Kamal Haasan would start shooting of his new movie by 14 April. Some sources claim that the actor is waiting for the release of his movie "Uttama Villain", which is scheduled to be released on 10 April, so that the actor can completely focus on his new movie, which is said to have lot of action sequence.

"Uttama Villain" has been directed by Ramesh Arvind and has star cast of Urvashi, Andreah Jeremiah, K Viswanath, Pooja Kumar, Nasser, Jayaram, MS Bhaskar and Parvathi Menon.

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