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Venkat Prabhu: I'm planning to remake Maanaadu as a Hindi-Telugu bilingual

Other details about the cast and crew of the film remain unknown

Published: 22nd March 2022

Director Venkat Prabhu has revealed that he is planning to remake his recent hit sci-fi film, Maanaadu, as a Hindi-Telugu bilingual.

Though details about the cast and crew are still under wraps, Venkat has revealed a few details about the film. "As per my plan, the story is set in Hyderabad and the antagonist will be the same in both Hindi and Telugu. However, the heroes will be different in both the versions, and I am planning to shoot both versions simultaneously," said Venkat.

Headlined by Silambarasan TR, 2021's Maanaadu was a time-loop thriller that told the story of a common man, who gets stuck in a time loop. He then has to save the Chief Minister of the state from an assassination plot conspired by a corrupt police officer (SJ Suryah)

Meanwhile, Venkat has Manmadha Leelai coming up. Starring Ashok Selvan, Samyuktha Hegde, Riya Suman, and Smruthi Venkat in the leads, the film is set to hit theatres on April 1. He is also set to make his direct Telugu debut with Naga Chaitanya.

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