Actor Vijay Deverakonda has said that he isn’t interested in watching his 2017 hit Telugu movie Arjun Reddy‘s Hindi remake, Kabir Singh. During a press interaction in Bengaluru, the actor was asked if he has watched Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani starrer film yet, Vijay was there to promote his forthcoming movie Dear Comrade. He said, “Shahid has done that film, he has gone through the character and there is nothing for me to watch it again. I know the story, I have done that film, why will I watch again?”
Vijay went on to share that director Sandeep vanga, who has directed both Arjun Reddy and Kabir Singh has been asking the actor to watch the Hindi remake as it marked Sandeep’s directorial debut in Bollywood. But Vijay revealed that he is not interested to watch the Hindi remake of his film. The actor made it more clear by saying, “Kya picture, Kya dekenge. I wanted the Hindi film to be a big hit, because Sandeep is my man. But unexpectedly, it became a blockbuster. Done. No more discussion there,” Cinema Express reported.
Bharat Kamma’s directorial action drama Telugu film Dear Comrade is all set to hit theaters on 26th July 2019 in four languages — Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam. Fans are eagerly waiting for the movie. The trailer of the film also received a good response from viewers. The film stars Vijay Devarakonda and Rashmika Mandanna in the lead roles while it also features Shruti Ramachandran in the prominent role.
Have a look at the theatrical trailer of Vijay Deverakonda and Rashmika Mandanna starrer Dear Comrade below and keep yourself up for the movie:
On the other hand, Shahid Kapoor’s blockbuster Kabir Singh has grossed over Rs 250 crore from the Indian box office and has become the biggest movie of 2019 despite facing criticism for promoting violence against women. Shahid and Kiara starrer is keeping up with the steady box office business despite Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30 that recently hit the theaters.
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