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Anushka to star in Telugu remake of ‘Naachiyaar’?!!

The Bala directorial Naachiyaar featuring Jyothika in the number one spot part earned rave audits from pundits, particularly for the depiction of the courageous woman. This has provoked the producers to proceed with the Telugu redo of the motion picture.

The Telugu naming rights were purchased by Kalpana Koneru for a whooping Rs 90 lakh. What’s more, despite the fact that the producers needed to discharge the Telugu form quickly, chief Bala proposed a revamp.

As indicated by most recent reports, talks are on to rope in Baahubali star Anushka Shetty to repeat Jo’s part in the Telugu adaptation.

Be that as it may, with the performing artist occupied with a large number of movies requiring her consideration, it appears to be dicey on the off chance that she would consent to star in the change. As per sources, the movie producers either plan to rope in Anushka to assume the part in the revamp or proceed with naming the film in Telugu. Sources up to date say that Bala is enthusiastic about the redo yet it should be checked whether things work out positively for him.

One of the finest on-screen characters in the film business, Anushka is known for her courageous woman driven parts, for example, the ones she played in Arundathie, Bhagmathie and Rudramadevi. She started her profession with the Telugu motion picture Super, which discharged in 2005 however it was Arundathie that shot her to moment acclaim four years after the fact.

Naachiyaar, composed and coordinated by Bala, had Jyothika as Naachiyaar IPS, GV Prakash Kumar as Kaathavarayan, Ivana as Kottaiarasi and maker Rockline Venkatesh as Feroz Khan. The film was bankrolled by Bala’s home generation B Studios. Discharged on February 16, Naachiyaar had music formed by maestro Ilayaraja, cinematography by Easwar and altering by Sathish Suriya.

It might be said here that not long after the mystery of the film turned out, a legitimate case was documented by an individual looking for the cancellation of the indecent dialect utilized by Jo. Be that as it may, the case was expelled later.

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