Rama Rama re to be remade in Hindi?

Sathyaprakash’s directorial debut Rama Rama Re will be remade in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam with the rights being bought over by producer, Umapathy for all the three languages.

Published: 19th December 2016 11:40 PM  |   Last Updated: 20th December 2016 04:59 AM   |  A+A-

A still from the film; director D Sathyaprakash

Express News Service

Sathyaprakash’s directorial debut Rama Rama Re will be remade in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam with the rights being bought over by producer, Umapathy for all the three languages. “The deal just got finalised and we are yet to sign on the dotted line. It was overwhelming to know that my film will be remade in three other languages,” says Sathyaprakash, who also told us that he will not be helming the projects. “I feel that one needs to be perfect in the language of that region for a better product.” he says.

For a film that has marked a 50-day run at the box-office,  being done in other languages is another feather in its cap. However, the Hindi rights have not been sold, as Sudhir, who distributed the film, wants to remake the film in Hindi. “If not a remake, the distributor is looking to screen the dubbed version all over North India,” says Sathyaprakash. This road based movie is set of a intrinsic complicated situations from a person’s birth to death, which was well appreciated by Sandalwood celebrities and cinegoers.

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