‘Shehzada’ is a remake of the recent South released last week. As much as Karthik Aryan’s lead was expected to rock the box office, the business of the first two days is saying otherwise. The business of the film on Friday has been only 6 crores. As of Sunday, the film’s luck has grossed a total of Rs 20 crore. Above all, this movie is a remake of ‘Ala Baikunthapurramulo’, starring Allu Arjun. From the collection of Karthik Aryan’s film, it seems that the Hindi movie audience has started to reject the remake. Seeing the fate of Hindi remakes of southern movies in the past, many people feel the same way.
In the case of the remake, in addition to the production of the film, many other factors are involved. From the casting to the story, you also have to keep in mind that the original movies have already been released on different OTT platforms and TV channels. Some of these movies have also been dubbed and released in Hindi. Therefore, also in the remake, the audience is now looking for a new surprise. Only the ‘copy and paste’ policy is a total guarantee of drowning.
Hui Thi Flop Jumper
Let’s take a look at some big-budget Hindi remakes of 2022. ‘Jersey’, starring Shahid Kapoor, was released in April last year. This Telugu remake failed to make a mark at the box office. Each scene is a copy of the original film. The result was that the public stayed away from the film. But a few years ago, the remake of the same movie ‘Arjun Reddy’ stormed the box office.
Vikram Vedha had failed
‘Vikram Vedha’ was released in September. Hindi remake of the Tamil film of the same name. The original movie had Vijay Sethupathi and Madhavan. Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan were seen in the Hindi film remake. Hrithik’s performance was appreciated in the film. But the movie didn’t do that business because of the presence of two big stars. The total business of the film at the box office was 136 crores.
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