For a long time, remakes of South films are being made in Bollywood, people have also shared their disappointment on this. However, there is one remake for which everyone is super excited and that is Vikram Vedha. Saif Ali Khan, Hrithik Roshan and Radhika Apte will be seen together for the first time. Some time back there was news that the budget of the film has increased but now the reason behind it has come forward.
Hrithik Roshan’s film ‘Vikram Vedha’ is the official remake of the 2017 Tamil film of the same name. According to BollywoodLife reports, the budget of Vikram Vedha Remake has increased and now it is being told about 175 crores. It is being told that the budget made by the makers is double than that. The film makers wanted to complete the shooting in the least budget. But it has increased a lot because of Hrithik Roshan. Also Read: “Ye Kabhi Nahi Sudhregi”: Netizens Troll Rakhi Sawant For Her Video On Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt Pregnancy News
Vikram Vedha Remake Budget Increased
According to media reports, Gayatri Pushkar, director of ‘Vikram Vedha’, Saif Ali Khan and Hrithik Roshan starrer wanted to shoot this film in UP, as they had shot the Tamil version on the streets of Tamil Nadu. However, Hrithik did not agree to this. The War actor has instead advised the makers to make a set of streets of UP in Dubai. It is being said that this film will be Roshan’s most expensive film. At the same time, his last film ‘War’ was made in the budget of 158 crores. Also Read: Deepika Padukone And Ranveer Singh Became Asia’s Richest Celebrity Power Couple!
Meanwhile, recently talking to Hindustan Times, husband-wife filmmaker duo of Pushkar and Gayatri revealed that there has been no pressure from anyone to make the Hindi version of Vikram Vedha in a certain manner. Elaborating on the same, Pushkar said, “We know how to make films in a certain way, and we will stick to that only. I hope people don’t think of it as ‘Bollywoodised’ or anything.
There has been no pressure from any quarters to do it in a certain way, let’s put it that way. There has been no pressure from the producers or distributors saying films here have to be made a certain way. Nobody has had that conversation with us.” Also Read: Shamshera: Sanjay Dutt Was Upset About The Fight Scene With Ranbir Kapoor, Watch BTS Video