After Simmba, Temper now gets a Tamil remake


“I wanted to remake Temper into Tamil as it deals with the theme of child rape. The film received rave reviews for the performances. I feel it’s very important for actors to use their audiences’ support to raise issues through and beyond entertainment,” he said. He is the king of masala films, which are loved more than any other films. So this is something I believe I was born to do and I am looking forward to it.” While Rohit Shetty’s film stars Ranveer and Sara Ali Khan in the lead roles, the cast of Vishal’s film has not been revealed yet. The original film featured Junior NTR as a hot-headed corrupt cop who befriends a gang lord. Interestingly, the same film is being remade in Hindi as Simmba with Ranveer Singh playing the cop. The Hindi version will be helmed by Rohit Shetty and is to be produced by Karan Johar. Talking about the film, Ranveer Singh had earlier said, “Sangram Bhale Rao aka Simmba… He is a cop in the film. Related News
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Published: June 6, 2018 4:12:34 pm

Vishal has bought the rights of Telugu film Temper for Tamil remake. “We are looking at an entirely different interpretation of the story. Our Tamil version of Temper would be completely different from the original,” he said. I am really very excited about collaborating with Rohit Shetty, more than anyone else. Vishal’s film, to be directed by Irumbi Thirai director PS Mithran, will undergo many changes in the transition.  
(With inputs of IANS)
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