Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan’s trilingual comedy “Sabash Naidu” has undergone lot of shuffling since it went on the floors. Even before fifty per cent of the film has been completed, the makers have already faced far too many roadblocks, starting with the exit of director T.K Rajeev Kumar, who was originally supposed to helm the project. After Rajeev fell ill and was hospitalized, Kamal took over the reins of the project, as he didn’t want the shoot to get delayed. Few days after the team started shooting in Los Angeles, editor James Joseph had to exit the project to attend to his wife who had met with an accident in Kerala.”
“After completing the US schedule, Kamal thought cinematographer Jaya Krishna Gummadi too needs to be replaced. Kamal wasn’t unhappy with the pace at which he was working and is currently on the lookout for a suitable replacement,” the source said.
Meanwhile, Kamal’s unexpected leg injury came as another shock to the team and their plans to wrap up the shoot by September have gone awry. The shoot has now been postponed by a month and the film will only release in cinemas next year.