SouthBuzz With Moviekoop: Shankar to direct Kamal Hassan's next, Rajinikanth Refuses to dub Petta in Kannada, KGF released in Pakistan
Last Modified On: 16 January 2019 | Published On: 14 January 2019
S.Shankar to direct Kamal Hasaan's next, a sequel of Indian, Rajinikanth refuses to dub Petta into Kannada, KGF is the first Sandalwood movie being released in Pakistan.
SHANKAR to direct KAMAL HAASAN’S next
S.Shankar will be directing Kamal Haasan for the sequel of Indian. The first sequel of Indian was released in 1996.
The latest update on Indian 2 is that the shoot will start on January 18. The project has Kajal Agarwal as the female lead, and she confirmed it officially recently. It must be noted that this is Kamal Haasan's last film before he begins his political journey. Ravi Verman will be the man behind the lens, while Muthuraj will be taking care of the production design.
Rajinikanth refuses to dub PETTA into Kannada
The hopes of Rajinikanth speaking in Kannada in a film after 38 long years will remain a dream! Rajinikanth last acted in Kannada film in 1981.
His latest film PETTA was to be dubbed in Kannada. However, in a recent meeting with the producers and Rajini over the weekend, Rajini himself has refused to dub PETTA into Kannada!
The KFI was opposed to dubbing for decades and only recently has stopped its public postering after being imposed fines by the Competition Commission Of India.
Rajinikanth is also planning his political launch and now by dubbing Petta into Kannada, he does not want to create any unwanted controversy during the final stage of his film career.
KGF becomes first Kannada movie to be commercially released in PAKISTAN
KGF has become the first Kannada film to breach into the India-Pakistan border. With its commercial success at the Indian Box Office, the film has now got a commercial release in Pakistan.
The film was released on Friday in Pakistan and has got a good response from the crowd there.
Even in the US, the film had remained in screens for more than 3 weeks and has earned more than $1 million. After Bahubali, Bahubali 2, 2.0, this if the fourth greatest earner for a Hindi dubbed film in India.