It seems, Chiyaan Vikram known for his powerful and versatile performances of late is getting shocks from various sides. Though his films are getting decent openings, he lost his hard earned market in other languages as viewers rejected them outright.
His latest release Kadaram Kondan which was released in Telugu as Mister KK left without a trace in two Telugu states. This despite the fact that Kamal Haasan himself decided to produce the film after loving the story.
According to the latest, the makers got a huge shock when Malaysian government banned the film as they felt that that the makers showed Malaysian cops in a bad ligt. Vikram's fans who were disappointed now are watching the film in Singapore. The shocked filmmakers duly apologised to Malaysian government.
A remake of the French film Point Blank, Kadaram Kondan had Vikram playing KK, a mysterious agent and hitman. The title translates to 'Conqueror of Kadaram' (a Malaysian state which is also called Kedah).