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Kamal Haasan mourns the death of Robin Williams

“Robin Williams brought dignity to male crying” – Kamal Haasan

Aug 12, 2014

Hollywood actor, Robin Williams breathed his last yesterday, 11th August, after an alleged suicide and the film industries all around the world have been mourning the death of the talented actor. On this sad occasion, Kamal Haasan, in his statement about Robin Williams, said:   

“Comedians are invariably critics of society who have masked their anger with humour. Constantly maintaining a funny facade leads to depression. Robin Williams' true nature is being quick to tears. You can see it in his films.  He could have never become a star in the 60's, for American film heroes were too scared to cry on screen. The Vietnam War changed the American psyche. Rambo was the first popular action hero to show panic, cry and scream in fear. Robin Williams brought dignity to male crying. I like him for his talent. If the alleged story about his suicide is true then I dislike him for ending his life before his due date of expiry. That's a copout that I don't expect of an artist of his caliber. Same applies to my Indian idol Mr. Guru Dutt.”


Kamal Haasan mourns the death of Robin Williams

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