Bollywood has always been recreating movies. Numerous south Asian movies have been and continue to be chosen for Hindi remakes. The Bollywood remakes of Drishyam, Kabir Singh, Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein, Baaghi, Singham, and Bhool Bhulaiyaa are only a few examples. Superstar of the South Nagarjuna has spoken out about Hindi cinema remakes.
Remakes, in the opinion of the Telugu actor who has worked in Indian cinema for almost 35 years, should not be produced. He made it quite apparent that Bollywood should stop remaking movies since everyone watches movies and makes comparisons. It’s true that many movies have been remade and faced criticism for being inferior to the original.
The 63-year-old actor stated, in reference to Bollywood remakes, “They should stop recreating movies. Everybody watches every movie on OTT. I’m saying they need to quit. Everyone notices it, therefore comparisons take place. They ought to halt recreating movies. Remakes are something I personally would not want to undertake.
“Now the point is they are all reaching across India, if not dramatic,” he continued. Everything is now being made public. First off, all of my movies are dubbed in Hindi, which gives me a vast market. all of my movies All action movies, in particular, are dubbed before being released on OTT. People from all around the world are observing them. When I visit Dubai or any Arab country, they recognize me. Even the name would be unknown to them.
His son Naga Chaitanya also made an appearance in a remake movie for the uninitiated. With Laal Singh Chaddha, which starred Aamir Khan, he made his Bollywood debut. The movie is a Hindi adaptation of the Forrest Gump film Hollywood. LSC’s poor movie office performance was due in part to its inability to live up to the original.