Currently, he's busy with his Tamil drama, Uttama Villain, revolving around the life of a mega star and his mentor. But Mirror has learnt that Kamal Haasan has also finished scripting his next, a Bollywood production which examines the nexus between politics and money launderers. Haasan will direct and star in the film with a B'town A-lister with whom talks are on. The film was originally planned in 2012 but he got busy with Vishvaroopam and this film was put on the back-burner. But recently, Haasan had a meeting with Virender Arora and Arjun K. Kapoor, (producers of Pankaj Kapur-Lara Dutta starrer Abhi Nahi To Kabhi Nahi), and the project was revived. It will go on floors in November with an international crew. Confirming this, Kapoor told Mirror, "Our collaboration with Mr Haasan will be mounted on a sweeping scale as it delves into forbidden political corridors and the nexus with the underworld." Kamal Haasan who was at a music launch, added, "I expect to complete the principal shooting within five months of the film's commencement. People who have read my script might think I am bragging, but my team's readiness and preparation has emboldened me to make this claim."