Top 7 Unforgettable Movies Of Kamal Haasan

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Actor Kamal Haasan needs no introduction. His body of work and acting prowess speak for itself. Let's take a look at his best performances so far.

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Aval Appadithan The movie revolves around a documentary maker( Haasan)who travels from Chennai to Coimbatore to make a film on progressive women from different walks of life.

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Anbe Sivam The movie touches upon communism, altruism and atheism through  comedy. Two characters, a communist and a capitalist, learn about life through an eventful road trip.

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Virumaandi This movie questions the need for death sentences, as two prison inmates are interviewed before they're hanged. Virumaandi (Haasan) steals the show with his moving performance in this one. 

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Hey Ram  The movie centers around the life of Saket Ram Iyengar, and throws insights into religious extremism, and communalism. Set against a backdrop of India-Pakistan partition, the movie is rooted in India's volatile history. 

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Gunaa Haasan plays a schizophrenic, who kidnaps a woman in order to marry her. His role as a mentally-disturbed man can easily be termed as one of his most unforgettable performances to date.

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Swati Mutyam The movie bore a similarity to Forrest Gump long before Laal Singh Chaddha was released. The storyline details how an autistic man views the society, and eventually rescues a young widow. 

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Raja Paarvai He essays the role of Raghu, a blind violinist, who falls in love with Nancy, a young Christian girl. And, things soon take an interesting turn. Haasan also co-wrote this film.