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.