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Boney Kapoor refutes rumours of acquiring Love Today remake rights

 

It was recently reported that Love Today is getting a Hindi remake starring Varun Dhawan

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Published: 02nd January 2023
Boney Kapoor refutes rumours of acquiring Love Today remake rights

Producer Boney Kapoor has refuted rumours of acquiring the Hindi remake rights of Love Today.

It was recently reported that Love Today is getting a Hindi remake, starring Varun Dhawan in the lead. The film was said to be directed by Varun's father, veteran David Dhawan, and produced by Boney. 

Denying the reports, Boney tweeted on Monday, "Please note that I have NOT acquired the remake rights of Love Today. All such reports on social media are baseless and fake."

Love Today is a comedy-drama that follows the madness after a couple exchanges their mobile phones and begins to unearth bitter truths about each other. 

The film, directed by Pradeep Ranganathan and co-starring Ivana, Sathyaraj and Radikaa, was also dubbed and released in Telugu. It had its digital premiere on Netflix on December 2 last year.

Boney Kapoor's upcoming productions are Maidaan (Hindi) and Thunivu (Tamil). 
 

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