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Uttama Villain
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Synopsis: The film is about the life of a superstar with and without a mask. The film dwells in detail the super star's feelings, his journey and emotions.


Production Thirupathi Brothers
Music Director GHIBRAN M
Cinematographer Shyam Dutt
Editor Vijay Shankar
Writer Kamal Haasan

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Uttama Villain - Immortal

The two hours, thirty two minutes runtime is barely noticeable as life unfolds on screen and some films you applaud, some you whistle and hoot, but �Uttama Villain�s appreciation is shown by the tears in the audience eyes as they leave the theatre. The pace does lag at times and there are other fa...

by - IndiaGlitz.com

Rating (3.5/5)

Screaming of mastery in every department, Uttama Villain is True cinema

Dialogues written by Kamal himself are sharp, witty, intelligent, and mischievous. His play of words in the scene where Nasser falls sick tells us his prowess with the language. A film that is high on emotional content is rare to find these days for the simple reason that it has not many takers. Bu...

by - Behindwoods.com

Rating (3.5/5)


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    Gowtham Viswanath

    Uttama villain with its powerful Screenwriting with good Direction had put a very firm base for a  groovy cast to construct an emotional monument. WOW!!! With defects here and there a little though couldn't do damage to this monument of Kamal Hassan. 
    4 stars - The top-notch Performance of Kamal, Background Score, Writing and partly the Direction.  


    Arun Gowtham

    An emotional drama, that take its own time to get into you! Tad slow screenplay may bore some people, but the Uthaman Kamal's intention to give a good cinema & the writing pulled off ! Ghibran scores well. Looks like this time Kamal has predicted something much earlier and that's the reason why UV becomes a fitting tribute for KB. A chapter emotionally portrays the family bond and another registers a statement indirectly that being immortal is a sad state & every story should have an ending. Kudos Master Kamal