Ajay Devgn open to act in southern cinema

Raj Baddhan

Senior Editor

Ajay Devgn in the forthcoming 'Son of Sardaar'
Ajay Devgn in the forthcoming 'Son of Sardaar'

Many of Bollywood’s current releases have been inspired or remakes of��southern films. One such film��is the upcoming Ajay Devgn starrer ‘ Son of Sardaar’. When questioned about south cinema, Devgn expressed��that he would be open to working outside of Bollywood.

“It’s just that I don’t know the language and it will take me a lot of time to. But if there is something fabulous then, why not,” NDTV��revealed the actor stating. The question arose��during a press event for another southern film which was dubbed in Hindi by Devgn.

Talking about the Hindi-Southern Cinema remake sequence, Devgn explains��that this is an ongoing process and how it’s all about having a good story, “It’s not like I have deliberately thought about it. But this is a continuous thing. If there is a good Hindi film, it is remade in south and if we like a south film, then we buy the rights and make it in Hindi. I think this exchange will always go on.”

Set to release on 13th November, ‘Son of��Sardaar’ will also be staring Sonakshi Sinha, Sanjay Dutt and Juhi Chawla.