Kamal Haasan admitted to a hospital in Chennai, India, after being tested for COVID-19
Indian actor Kamal Haasan has been admitted to a hospital in Chennai, India, after being diagnosed with COVID-19, reports India Today.
Kamal Haasan positive diagnosis comes days after his return to the US, where he recently unveiled a new clothing line named Kamal’s House of Khaddar.
The Chachi 420 actor took to Twitter on Monday, November 22, to confirm the diagnosis, saying, “There was a slight cough after returning from a trip to the United States. A government infection was confirmed during the test.”
He added that he was currently in solitary confinement in the hospital, and that grief had made him realize that the epidemic was not over. He urged people to be extra careful.
Kamal Haasan has been busy filming the upcoming Vikram film, as well as hosting episodes of Bigg Boss Tamil season 5.
Kamal Haasan (born 7 November 1954) , is an Indian filmmaker, dancer, director, screenwriter, producer, playwright, active songwriter in the Tamil cinema and politicians. Apart from Tamil, Haasan has also worked in Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam, Kannada, and Bengali films. His production company, Raaj Kamal Films International, has produced several of his films. She has won four National Film Awards and 19 Filmfare Awards.
Haasan began his career as a child artist in the 1960 Tamil language film Kalathur Kannamma, in which he won the President’s gold medal. Kamal Haasan success as a top performer came in the 1975 game Apoorva Raagangal, directed by K. Balachander, where he plays a rebellious youth who falls in love with an older woman. Kamal Haasan won her first National Film Award for her portrayal of an innocent schoolteacher caring for a woman suffering from retrograde amnesia in Moonram Pirai (1983).
Shankar’s vigilante Indian (1996) also won second and third national film awards respectively. Since then he has appeared in films including Hey Ram (2000), Virumaandi (2004), Dasavathaaram (2008) in which he starred in ten roles and Vishwaroopam (2013) which were his productions. Haasan has acted in more than 220 films, and in 2019 he became one of the few actors in India who spent 60 years working in a movie.
In his efforts to help people Haasan won the first Abraham Kovoor National Award in 2004. She was the project ambassador for the Hridayaragam 2010 event, which raised money for an orphanage for children living with HIV / AIDS. In September 2010, Haasan launched a pediatric cancer treatment fund and donated roses to children with cancer at Sri Ramachandra University in Porur, Chennai. On February 21, 2018, Haasan officially launched his political party, Makkal Needhi Maiam (elit. People’s Justice Center).
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When the doctor who is a friend of the mother, visiting A. V. Meiyappan (AVM) to treat his wife, came with Haasan. Apparently impressed by the behavior of AVM’s son, M. Saravanan, praised him for his production of Kalathur Kannamma. Haasan won the Rashtrapati (President’s gold medal) award for his performance at Kalathur Kannamma at the age of four and starred in five other films at a young age. He started in the Malayalam film industry with Kannum Karalum (1962). led by T. K. Shanmugam. During that time, he continued his education at Hindu Higher Secondary School in Triplicane. His time with the theater company shaped Haasan’s art and aroused his interest in cosmetics.
After a seven-year hiatus from film, Haasan returned to the industry as a dance assistant, studying under the artist Thankappan. During this time, Haasan appeared briefly in other films including a few unauthorized roles. His first appearance was in the 1970 film Maanavan, in which he appeared in a dance sequence. He went on to help Thangappan in films such as Annai Velankani (1971) and Kasi Yathirai (1973). Initially he had a supporting role and served as assistant director.
Her first full-length role came in the film K. Balachander Tamil Arangetram (1973). Balachander dismissed him as an opponent in his book Sollathaan Ninaikkiren (1973). Haasan went on to play supporting roles in films such as Gumasthavin Magal (1974), Aval Oru Thodar Kathai (1974) and Naan Avanillai. That same year, she starred in her first Malayalam film, Kanyakumari, where she won her first Filmfare Award. In a Tamil movie, he achieved his success as a leading actor in Balachander’s Apoorva Raagangal. He played a rebellious young man who fell in love with an older woman.  In this character portrait, Haasan learned to play the mridangam. The role won her second Filmfare award.
In 1976, Kamal Haasan of Balachander’s Manmadha Leelai appeared; who won his third Filmfare award. Haasan later appeared in Balachander match Moendru Mudichu. Avargal (1977) touches on the movement of women; in this passage, he studied ventriloquism. Vayathinile, where he played village bumpkin, won him the fourth Best Actor award in a row.