Bhaskar the Rascal’s Tamil remake has Baby Nainika with Amala Paul and Arvind Swamy

The news that director Siddique’s has roped in Amala Paul and Arvind Swami  for the Tamil remake of his movie Bhaskar the Rascal has created much  buzz.

Published: 27th February 2017 10:35 PM  |   Last Updated: 28th February 2017 07:12 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

The news that director Siddique’s has roped in Amala Paul and Arvind Swami  for the Tamil remake of his movie Bhaskar the Rascal has created much  buzz.
Now, the latest reports has it that baby Nainika, who was seen in Vijay’s Theri as his daughter, will be a part of movie. The original had Mammootty and Nayantara in the lead roles. 
According to sources, the director is in Chennai and finalising the other  details.
“Siddique is quite particular about the original essence of the story.  He’s working on a few things, and will incorporate necessary changes that will suit the sensibilities of the Tamil audience,” the source added. 
We learn that the shooting will commence by the end of March as soon as Arvind and Amala complete their existing commitments. Bhaskar the Rascal is about the story of two single parents.

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