Kamal Haasan's 'Uthama Villain's audio was launched on Saturday, 28th of March at Shilpakala Vedika of Hyderabad. Highlights and sidelights of this audio launch are as follows.
* Industry's bigwigs such as SP Balasubrahmanyam, K Viswanath, T Subbarami Reddy, Gowthami, Shruthi Haasan, Manchu Vishnu and many others graced the occasion as guests.
* Suma has done anchoring.
* Addressing to the gathering K Viswanadh said, " It's a difficult job working with Kamal Haasan. He was hardworking. I wished to work as an associate to Balachander garu and I used to ask him the same but the director would show his annoyance on me taking it as a fun. However, I am delighted to work with him for 'Uthama Villain' as an actor. I learnt from Kamal Haasan and Balachander a lot."
* The director of the movie, Ramesh Aravind said, " The movie is filled with all the elements that we expect from Kamal Haasan."
* " I watched the movie and I am sure it would stand as a great movie," said Shruthi Haasan.
* SP Balasubrahmanyam said, " Kamal Haasan is one among the few people, who call me 'Annayya'. I lent my voice for 120 movies of Kamal Haasan. When he was awaited by numerous producers to work with him, Kamal Haasan called me and gave me an opportunity to produce 'Shubha Sankalpam' movie."
* " Those who watch the movies 'Sagarasangamam', 'Swathimuthyam', can easily understand the rapport between K Viswanadh and I. I wrote a poem on Balachander in Tamil. It was translated by Rama Jogaiah Shashtri garu in Telugu. Balasubrahmanyam garu has sung 40,000 songs. He proved records are meant to be created but not to be broken."
* SP Balasubrahmanyam and Kamal Haasan hummed the songs like 'Kurralloy kurrallu', 'Ye theega poovunu', 'Tere mere beech mein'.
* Gouthami looked gorgeous despite being a veteran heroine. Shruthi Haasan as usually was stunning at her looks.
* Pooja Kumar has performed a song on stage and has received a wonderful applause.
* Theatrical trailer has engendered great curiosity watching the movie immediately.
* Ghibran's music is upto to the mark. A song composed in 'Amruthavarshini' tune, was brilliantly shot on screen as well.