Jan 31 2013, 8:28am CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
Mumbai, Jan 31 — Actor-director Kamal Haasan warned Thursday that he would "seriously leave" India if similar protests again envelop his films.
"In anger and in an emotional outburst I had said I will leave the country," he told the media. "But if this happens again, I will seriously leave. It is not that I will leave this fame and glory. I enjoy that.
"I was angry (when I spoke earlier) and I am still angry," he added.
"I get carried away when I talk about my fans. I really don't know what I did to deserve this love from my fans. I am touched.
"If I say I am grateful and overwhelmed, then it's an understatement. I am here to thank everyone including the media for all the support I got," Kamal Haasan said.
The actor said the delay in the release of his Tamil-Telugu film, which has been banned for 15 days in Tamil Nadu, had led to a loss of Rs.30-60 crore.
Referring to his film's distributor, he said: "But Jeetendra, who is supporting me, said whatever has happened, (take it) as a lottery..."
Kamal Haasan has begun work on "Vishwaroopam 2".
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