Karan Johar To Remake Vijay Deverakonda's Latest In Hindi, Says The Film Has A 'moving And Important Message'

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Ace Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar recently announced the Hindi remake of Vijay Deverakonda's latest film.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Ace Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar recently announced the Hindi remake of 'Arjun Reddy' star Vijay Deverakonda's upcoming film, 'Dear Comrade'. Johar saw the Telugu film featuring Rashmika Mandanna in a special screening before its release on July 26. Posting a picture alongside with the star, Johar wrote, "Had the pleasure to be the first to see #dearcomrade. What a powerful and intense love story. Top-notch performances by @thedeverakonda and @rashmika_mandanna. The film is exceptionally moving and leaves you with such an important and relevant message"

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Deverakonda, too, posted a picture with Johar and said he was "so proud to have this man, watch, love and be the one to remake our baby #DearComrade in Hindi.". This will be the second film to be remade of the actor's after 'Arjun Reddy'. 

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The Telugu film was remade into 'Kabir Singh' and narrates the story of an alcoholic surgeon who has anger management issues. He goes on a self-destructive path after being separated from his ex-lover. It is jointly produced by Bhushan Kumar, Murad Khetani, Krishan Kumar and Ashwin Varde. As of now, 'Kabir Singh' has been declared an all-time blockbuster and has minted a total of Rs 271 crores till date, 

 

 

 

 

 

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