Dhanush’s Pa Paandi to be remade in Telugu, thanks to Rajinikanth

The Tollywood star was impressed by the film and is said to be in the process of finalising the project. Dhanush will also soon debut in Malayalam as a producer with a film starring Tovino Thomas in the lead. Rajinikanth even suggested him to play Rajkiran’s part in the Telugu remake. If everything falls in place, we will go to sets in a couple of months,” he told IANS. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App now
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd If everything goes according to the plan, Dhanush will make his debut in Telugu cinema as a producer. Subramaniam believes that the film’s subject will work across languages. The Telugu remake is currently being considered with Mohan Babu sir. Now, industry grapevine is abuzz that the film will be remade in Telugu soon. The buzz is that he will co-produce the Telugu remake with Mohan Babu in the lead for his home production banner Wunderbar Films. The film has Rajkiran and Revathi in lead roles along with Prasanna and Chaya Singh. According to reports, superstar Rajinikanth arranged a special screening of the film for his long-time friend and Tollywood actor Mohan Babu. 2017-04-15T17:37:57+00:00″>
Published:April 15, 2017 5:37 pm

Mohan Babu will remake Dhanush’s Pa Paandi in Telugu
Actor Dhanush has received an arousing response from the critics and fans alike for his directorial debut, Pa Paandi (Power Paandi), which released on Friday. The Telugu remake of Pa Paandi will be helmed by Subramaniam Siva, who directed Dhanush in Thiruda Thirudi, one of his biggest commercial hits during the early days of the actor’s career. “The story is such that it will appeal to audiences across the board. The film is reportedly the favourite pick of moviegoers at the Chennai box office this weekend. Read | Pa Paandi movie review: Sean Roldan’s music is the soul of this Dhanush movie, simplicity is its heart
Pa Paandi revolves around the life of an elderly ex-stuntman and his newfound romance. Irrespective of the language in which the film is made, it will work.