Kamal Haasan is all set for his upcoming film 'Vikram'. The superstar is making a comeback on the silver screen after a gap of four years as he was busy "doing something important" for the people of Tamil Nadu.It was in February 2018, Kamal formally launched his political party, Makkal Needhi Maiam, a regional party in the state of Tamil Nadu and union territory of Puducherry. The 67-year-old auteur was last seen on screen in 'Vishwaroop II' in the same year.Talking to IANS about the four-year break, Kamal agreed that it has been long but it was for an important cause."I was doing something very important for people of my state.
I was in politics, I am in politics still. I took permission to do this film.. My party people are complaining."He added: "They are happy that they are getting to see me in a film but they are happy to see more of me in politics."'Vikram', which is being backed by Kamal Haasan's production house Raaj Kamal Films International, is scheduled for a June 3 release. Besides the superstar, the Lokesh Kanagaraj film has Vijay Sethupathy and Malayalam actor Fahad Faasil playing the lead characters with music scored by Avinash Ravichander.