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Prakash Raj to remake Abhiyum Naanum in Hindi

Last updated on: October 8, 2010 13:00 IST

Prakash Raj to remake Abhiyum Naanum in Hindi

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Newly wed Prakash Raj (he married to choreographer Pony Verma in Mumbai recently) plans to make his Kannada directorial movie Nannu Nanna Kanasu (Abhiyum Naanum In Tamil) in Hindi. He had also acted in the film.

The actor-turned-director announced this in Bangalore where he and his wife had gone to celebrate the successful run of the film (it crossed 125 days). 

While the cast is yet to be finalised, Prakash has opted only to direct the film which is based on a father-daugther relationship.

While in the Tamil, Telugu and Kannada versions the hero was of north Indian origin, in the Hindi film the hero will be a south Indian.

 


Image: Prakash Raj

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Image: Pooja Gandhi

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