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Advantage Rajamouli in Bollywood

IndiaGlitz [Saturday, June 02, 2012]
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Now that Rowdy Rathore is a BO hit, SS Rajamoui's appeal has only increased.   His style of filmmaking has always been admired there in Bollywood.  Remember Magadheera was sought to be remade with Hrithik Roshan or Ranbir Kapoor.  The idea was not taken forward, though, for the reason because it was a massive film which could not be accomplishing like an ordinary film.

That apart, Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Ronnie liked Vikramarkudu and decided to remake it in Hindi.  Rowdy Rathore has made it big at the box office, thanks to its comedy and masala stuff.  It is known that Maryada Ramanna is planned to be adapted in Hindi.

If this film becomes a hit (which is very likely), Rajamouli's status will only be raised further higher.  Eega, which is arguably the most popular Telugu film in Bollywood circles, is a film which Mumbai is awaiting with interest.

However, after Rowdy Rathore's success, someone might be tempted to remake Eega in Hindi.  In that case, will Eega, which is being dubbed in Hindi, be released or will it be remade by some heavyweight there?  Let's wait and watch!




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