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Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor’s film ‘Jersey’ has been released recently. This film has not been able to show anything special among the audience. Now after the flop of ‘Jersey’, filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has given his opinion about Bollywood and South films through social media. At the same time, he has said that it is better to dub the original film in Hindi than to make Hindi remakes of South films.
Ram Gopal Varma said Dubbed films are doing many better
Ram Gopal Varma wrote in his post, “The Hindi remake of the film ‘Jersey’ shows a misfortune, as it has been proved many times that dubbed films like ‘Pushpa’, ‘RRR’ and ‘KGF 2’ are far better. Doing it, if the content is good.”
Ram Gopal Varma wrote in his next post, “If Nani’s original ‘Jersey’ from Telugu had been dubbed and released, it would have cost the producers only 10 lakhs, while the Hindi remake cost 100 crores, resulting in If seen, there has been a loss of money, time and effort.”
Ram Gopal Varma said films should be dubbed and released
Ram Gopal Varma writes in his last post, “After the stupendous success of dubbed films like ‘Pushpa’, ‘RRR’ and ‘KGF 2’, no South film with good content will sell for a remake, because Hindi audiences will not sell it. Both the content and the regional stars are being liked. The moral of this story is that the dubbed films should be released by dubbing instead of remake, because it is clear that the audience will be able to watch the film with any face or any subject. Interested.”
The film ‘Jersey’ was released on April 14.
Directed by Gowtham Tinnuri, the film also stars Mrunal Thakur and Pankaj Kapur in pivotal roles along with Shahid. Mrunal plays his wife in the film. Also Shahid’s father Pankaj Kapur is playing the role of a coach in the film. The film shows how a player quits cricket and returns to the field to buy his son’s jersey. The film has been released in theaters on 14 April.