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Megastar Aazaad is Mahanayakan of Tamil Cinema

Updated on: 09 December,2019 02:24 PM IST  | 
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An intense nationalist by his very existence military school student, filmmaker Megastar Aazaad created a mass revolution with his debut film Rashtraputra in Hindi and Aham Brahmasmi in Sanskrit across the globe

Megastar Aazaad is Mahanayakan of Tamil Cinema

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Megastar Aazaad came and won the hearts of Tamil cine lovers. November 30, 2019 will be remembered in the history of Tamil cinema when nationalist and visionary film-maker Megastar Aazaad marked his grand arrival at Chennai for the first look and grand poster launch ceremony of his magnum opus creation Mahanayakan.

An intense nationalist by his very existence military school student, filmmaker Megastar Aazaad created a mass revolution with his debut film Rashtraputra in Hindi and Aham Brahmasmi in Sanskrit across the globe. Megastar Aazaad's Rashtraputra was screened at the world-famous Cannes film festival with much fanfare on May 21, 2019 and his unique creation, The first mainstream Sanskrit feature film in the history of world cinema Aham Brahmasmi was celebrated as the mouthpiece of mission rejuvenating Sanskrit. Megastar Aazaad emerged as the true icon and the crusader for cultural renascence. The Sanskrit loving audience of India's spiritual capital Kashi and national capital New Delhi welcome their first sanatani Megastar Aazaad grandly. Megastar Aazaad was declared Sanskriti-doot after the bumper success of Aham Brahmasmi by the Sanskrit loving people. Aazaad had taken the responsibility on his broad shoulders with great pride.




Now Megastar Aazaad expands and extends his creative arena to Tamil Nadu. Aazaad created his first Tamil mega movie Mahanayakan to pay respect to the ancient classical language Tamil and Tamil-loving cine audience by spreading it worldwide. Megastar Aazaad told in a loud and clear manner with his characteristic baritone that he is here to fill the gap, distance and difference of culture. He has a noble purpose to unite the north and south part of India with his cinematic talent.



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