Stunning and powerful love story! With top notch performances and exceptional music by @justin_tunes On point debut direction by @bharatkamma @TheDeverakonda is BRILLIANT as is @iamRashmika well done @MythriOfficial ! ANNOUNCING that @DharmaMovies to REMAKE this beautiful film pic.twitter.com/IRZJ7fTZ9L— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) July 23, 2019
South projects getting remade in Hindi is quite usual to see in Bollywood. Even the recently released film Kabir Singh is also a remake of Telugu film Arjun Reddy starring Vijay Deverakonda. Speaking of which, the actor recently was snapped with filmmaker Karan Johar and since the meeting, KJo, who is extremely impressed with the gripping storyline of the Vijay starrer, shared the good news of him remaking Vijay Deverakonda's Dear Comrade in Hindi. However, Karan didn't divulge any information regarding the leads of the film. But now, rumours are rife Dhadak stars Ishaan Khatter and Janhvi Kapoor are coming together for the second time, thanks to KJo.
According to TOI report, Dharma head honcho might be signing Dhadak stars Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter to feature in the Hindi remake. Though no official announcement has been made till now, it would still be very interesting to watch Ishaan and Janhvi again onscreen, what say?
Talking about Dear Comrade, the film will hit the theatres on July 26, 2019, in four languages- Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu. During his media interaction, Vijay said, "This film is very close to my heart as I completely connect to the story and my role. I have seen the film and it has come out quite well. That is the reason I am promoting it so well and I am super confident that the film will be a bigger hit."
Dear Comrade is written and directed by Bharat Kamma and stars Jayaprakash, Sukanya, Brahmaji, Rao Ramesh and Shruti Ramachandran in prominent roles.
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