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Question 1: [3] Since then he has gone on to appear in other notable films such as his own productions, Hey Ram and Virumaandi, as well as the magnum opus ________, in which he appeared in ten distinct roles.
K. S. RavikumarMuthu (film)JaggubhaiDasavathaaram

Question 2: [9] Whilst, the former film portrayed Haasan as a drunkard classical dancer, Swathi Muthyam portrays him as an ________ person attempting to change society.
AutismAutism therapiesAutism spectrumAsperger syndrome

Question 3:
What years was Kamal Haasan active?
1910-1959
c. 1905 - 1959
1959 - present
1959 to present

Question 4: Following a nine year hiatus from films to concentrate on his education as well as learning karate and ________, Haasan returned with a series of low budget films in 1972, in all of which he played supporting roles.
Carnatic musicKathakaliBharatanatyamIndian classical dance

Question 5:
Where was Kamal Haasan born?
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Puthuppally, Kottayam, Kerala, India
Paramakudi, Madras State, India

Question 6:
What was Kamal Haasan's birth name?
Schelto Patijn
Louise Dresser Keaton
Kamal Haasan
Michael Robert Brewer

Question 7: Kamal Haasan first received a regional Filmfare Award for acting for his role in the ________ film Kanyakumari (1974).
SanskritDravidian languagesMalayalamPunjabi language

Question 8: [16] Marudhanayagam had been speculated to be the biggest and most expensive film in ________ with a number of high profile actors technicians signing up for roles.
South Asian cinemaBollywoodCinema of West BengalCinema of India

Question 9: Haasan helped her during her traumatic experience suffering from ________ and the pair have been in a domestic relationship since 2005.
Breast cancer classificationBreast cancerMammary ductal carcinomaLung cancer

Question 10: Kamal Haasan, a Padmashri holder, is the most decorated actor in terms of awards in the history of ________.
South Asian cinemaBollywoodCinema of IndiaCinema of West Bengal
















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