Recently a lot of Bollywood movies are going to be remade in Tollywood. Nayantara is rumoured to star in the remake of 'Kahaani' as the lead star. However, it was said that Anushka Shetty has been in the race for the same role and she has expressed a staunch desire to play Vidya Balan in the remake. However, the makers of the film are yet to zero in on the female lead and they are considering both the names.
According to a source, the movie producers want the cast to be full of A-listers actor. Well, it is not only the female lead role that needs to be finalised, the director's name has to be zeroed on too. Names such as Lingusamy, Selva and Chakri Toleti are in the race. There are also chances of original director Sujoy Ghosh helming the Tamil-Telugu versions. Nonetheless, nothing has been confirmed yet.
The movie to go on floors in September this year and will be produced by Endemol India, their first venture to produce movies. Also said that Vidya Balan will be seen in guest appeaarance in the south remake. All we hope is that, its not a blink and miss appearance by the leading lady of Bollywood
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