Hindi Businessman to be better than the Telugu o

Puri Jagannadh is visibly on a high and he deserves to be, since his latest offering with Mahesh Babu — Businessman is doing a roaring business at the box-office worldwide. The film has

Published: 18th January 2012 04:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:17 PM   |  A+A-

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Puri Jagannadh is visibly on a high and he deserves to be, since his latest offering with Mahesh Babu — Businessman is doing a roaring business at the box-office worldwide.

The film has set a record, even before hitting the cinema halls, when the makers released it in about 2,000 theatres on the opening day (January 13) across the globe.

The movie even adorned the hats of both Puri and Mahesh what with the trade pundits declaring its first-day shares as `13.78 crore (out of the gross `18,73 crore).

But Puri doesn’t want to put a full-stop to his success here.

The latest word around is that Puri is considering making a sequel to the film.

But before that he is too busy re-writing the Businessman script for a Hindi remake to make it closer to the sensibilities if the Hindi audience.

Tweeted an excited Ram Gopal Varma, “I am very thrilled that I am producing @purijagans hindi Business man..

however all creative calls will be taken only by puri jagan.

Right now @purijagan is busy rewriting the Business man to be made more closer to the sensibilities of the hindi audience.

With all the changes @purijagan told me which he wants to do fr the hindi version it sounded 10 times better than the telugu Business man.”

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