Mumbai: There is a trend of remakes of South’s cinema in the Bollywood industry. Shahid Kapoor’s recently released film ‘Jersey’, also a remake of Telugu sports drama, has flopped at the box office.
Now filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has given his reaction by tweeting on Bollywood remakes of South films and has said that dubbing in Hindi is more beneficial than remaking these South films.
Ram Gopal Varma has made several tweets on this issue and has written, The sad ending of the film Jersey in Hindi signals the end of the remake of South.
The simple reason for this is that Hindi dubs of South films like Pushpa, RRR, KGF2 have done better than the originals, if the content is good.
With this, he has shared the hashtag #DeathOfRemakes, in which he has spoken about the end of the remake.
He further wrote, if Nani’s original film Jersey, made in Telugu, was dubbed in Hindi, then the producers would have spent only 10 lakh rupees, but even after spending 100 crores in the Hindi remake, it was of no use.
It was a waste of time, money, hard work and face. He did not sit here silent. He further wrote, “After the tremendous success of dubbed films like ‘Pushpa’, ‘RRR’ and ‘KGF 2’, no South film with good content will now be sold for remakes as Hindi audiences need both content and regional actors. likes.
He further added, “They neither know how to make superhits nor can they hope to survive on remakes of South films, as no one will sell them the remake rights.
Ram Gopal Varma wrote in his next tweet, Moral of the story is that it is better to dub and release films than to remake it, because it is clear that the audience can go anywhere with any face or any subject.
Well, as long as they have an interest. Ram Gopal Varma has written, Telugu and Kannada films have infected Hindi films like the Covid virus. Hopefully soon Bollywood will come out with a vaccine. Shahid Kapoor’s ‘Jersey’ has been beaten at the box office since its opening day. This sports drama film, made under the direction of Gowtham Tinnanuri, is not going anywhere.
The film has earned only Rs 15.50 crore in four days.