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Hrithik Sings a South Indian Flick with Changes

Posted by admin On 24 Nov,2015 06:41 pm

Bollywood Greek God Hrithik Roshan has been busy with multiple projects in his hand. He is currently shooting for his next movie titled Mohenjo Daro in the direction of Ashutosh Gowariker which is made on a massive budget of Rs 210 crores. This periodic drama features Pooja Hegde as the heroine and the film has been slated for release in the first half of 2017. Hrithik has allotted bulk dates for this flick and his next project is under discussion from some time. The latest update is that Hrithik has been showing interest in the remake of a Telugu film which sounds something new for him as he has never done a Telugu remake in the past.

Telugu Superstar Mahesh Babu scored his career’s best with Srimanthudu and the movie has a strong social message which educates us about the concept of village adoption. Many celebrities and policians have taken the film as base adopting poor and backward villages which reveal the impact that the movie has created. Hrithik has suggested some changes for the film which is currently under scripting stage. He felt that the climax is not that powerful and Koratala Siva who directed the original will direct the remake too. Eros International acquired the remake rights of the film and they will produce the movie. The regular shoot of the film is expected to start during the second half of 2016 once Hrithik and Koratala wrap up their current commitments.  

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