Bollywood inspiring South Indian movie industry

While there are a lot of instances where the Bollywood movie industry has looked southwards to for new movie ideas , the Bollywood –Tollywood  connection is now growing even more stronger with Tollywood  getting inspired by many Hindi movies. We can recall that the recent Bolly releases that got Salman Khan back into superstardom including Wanted, Ready and Bodyguard are all remakes of South Indian movies. Here is a look at the upcoming Tamil films that are going to remake the successful Hindi flicks.

3 Idiots
3 Idiots















The super hit Aamir Khan movie is all set to be remade into a Tamil version. The movie will be renamed to ‘Nanban’ in its bilingual remake.

The movie will be directed by the Shankar, who worked for the blockbuster Tamil Rajnikant movie “Endhrian”. With the movie receiving such a grand success down south and all over the country, this new assignment taken up by Shankar is creating quite an excitement among the movie goers. If rumors are to be believed, the cast of the movie has been finalized with South Indian actor Vijay replacing Aamir Khan’s role for the movie. Since Madhavan is a familiar face in the Tamil cinema also, he was considered to replay the role for the movie in its remake, but the actor is reported to be not interested for repeating the role. Sharman Joshi will be replaced by Silambarasan while Southern beauty Ileana will get into Kareena Kapoor’s shoes for the remake.

Delhi Belly
Delhi Belly













The Tamil remake for the recent hit Bollywood movie “Delhi Belly” is being pondered upon by a Mumbai based corporate. Aamir Khan has reportedly agreed on selling the remake rights of the movie and has said that the remade movie will not feature the swear words used in the original version. Tamil actor Silambarasan has reportedly shown his willingness to work for the movie.















The epic multistarer hindi movie Rajneeti is all set to be catered in Tamil flavor , the initiative has been taken by the entertainment giant UTV.

Though the idea of the remake has been there for some time finding a good director for the same hasn’t been easy.

A source has confirmed “…There are doubts about Shankar signing on the project as he is currently doing a remake with 'Nanban' and might not be keen on doing another remake immediately,"

The latest news is Lingu Swami has agreed to direct the Tamil remake of the Bollywood blockbuster.