Remakes: Admittedly, Cine people believe the Remakes movies are most profitable and most reliable sources to make the film successful with hundred percentage of guarantee of success for the Remakes movies give back.
The film makers around the globe are literally following this trend of Remaking movies since its inception. So we can say that the trend of “Remakes movies Bolta”.
Certainly, Hindi cinema always being inspired by the Hollywood film and its stories so Hollywood can be considered as always the source of making films for the Bollywood.
But nowadays as per latest trend of the Bollywood is to Remakes the Southern languages movies into the Hindi language which will be ideal to say that the fashion of Remakes South Indian language films in Hindi is a viral phenomenon.
The remakes in Hindi and vice versa is common so the Southern movie is always the source of the inspirations for the Bollywood filmmakers, mainly Telugu. Telugu films have a massive fan base because of its strong storyline and it follows the masala movie genre and trend.
While there is also some interesting stuff store in the movie and those Telugu films also take care of the entertainment values for the audiences.
The Bollywood directors also strongly believe that the Telugu Hindi remakes will surely work for the Hindi audiences.
The Telugu film industry is one of the oldest film industries which produced and make films of the different genres in massive number.
The Tollywood industry is developing to a great scope and extent. This is making the Bollywood film makers crazy about the Telugu films and showing interest in remaking them into Hindi. Besides, the most Telugu Hindi remakes have recorded massive and decent success at the Bollywood box office.
Thus now the Tollywood films are becoming an inspiration to the Bollywood producers and directors to Remakes the Telugu language movie in the Hindi language.
Here are some super-hit Telugu Hindi Remakes for you so Telugu Hindi Remakes by scrolling down the article.
10 Hindi Remakes Of The Telugu Cinema
1). Ramudu- Bheemudu – Ram Aur Shyam
The super hit Telugu movie ‘Ramudu Bheemudu’ hit theatres in 1964. Tapi Chanakya directed the film which features N.T.Rama Rao, Jamuna, Relangi and Rajanala in lead roles. It was the first movie of D. Rama Naidu as a producer. N.T. Rama Rao essayed double roles in the movie.
“Ramudu” and “Bheemudu” as the key characters which were popular in those eras and its Tamil remake was ‘Enga Veettu Pillai’ released in 1965 which starred M. G. R.
Eventually, the film remake in the Hindi as Ram Aur Shyam released in 1967 starring Dilip Kumar. The Malayalam and Kannada remakes are ‘Ajayanum Vijayanum’ (1976) with Prem Nazir and ‘Mojugara Sogasugara’ (1995) with Vishnuvardhan respectively.
2). Maro Charitra – Ek Duuje Ke Liye
Maro Charitra is a Telugu romantic tragedy film of 1978, directed by the legendary director K Balachander featured Kamal Haasan and Saritha in the lead roles.
It featured a cross-cultural romance between a boy and a girl who belong to different castes of Tamil and Telugu respectively.
Maro Charitra recorded a huge hit at the box-office so it was Remakes in Hindi as ‘Ek Duuje Ke Liye’ released in 1981.The film was directed by K Balachander again and Kamal Haasan reprised his own role with the newcomer Rathi Agnihotri.
The film received a critical appreciation not only from the film fraternity but from the movie buff also and became one of the highest grossing movies of the year.
3). Shubhalagnam – Judai
The film ‘Shubhalagnam’ is a 1994 Telugu film produced by K. Venkateswara Rao. And V. Krishna Reddy directed the film, which features Jagapati Babu, Aamani, Roja in lead roles. The film was a record breaking hit at the Tollywood box office.
The film won 2 Filmfare Awards so because of its strong storyline, the film was Remakes in Hindi as ‘Judaai’ with Anil Kapoor, Sridevi, and Urmila in the lead roles.
4). Pokiri – Wanted
5). Ready – Ready
6). Jai Ho – Stalin
7). Vikramakudu – Rowdy Rathore
8). Maryada Ramana – Son of Sardar
9). Kick – Kick
10). Anukokunda Oka Roju – Sunday
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