Remakes are common in indian cinema. Films that are hits in one language are remade and released in other languages. As such, many bollywood films are being remade in South indian languages and many South indian language films are being remade in languages including Hindi.
Trishyam released in malayalam and Singam released in tamil were remade and released in several languages. Do you know which is the most remade indian film? The film has been remade in a total of 9 languages.
The 2005 telugu film Nuvvosthanande Nenotandana has been remade in nine languages. Actor prabhu deva made his directorial debut in the telugu film industry with this film. Produced by sumanth Art Production, the film stars Siddharth, trisha, srihari in lead roles.
Following this, the film was remade in 9 languages and created history in indian cinema. Mohan Raja had remade this film with jayam ravi and trisha in tamil as Tunku and Mandum. The movie also received good response in Tamil.
Similarly, it was remade in kannada as Nienello Nanelle, I love You in Bengali, Ningol Tajaba in Manipuri, Suna Sathe Mo Ruba Sathe in Odia, Dera Mera Ki Rishta in Punjabi, Nisash amar Tumi in bangladesh and The Flash Back: Farkhera Herda in Nepali. And in hindi it was created as Ramaiya Vastavaiya.
Also released, Nuvvosthanande Nenotandana has won the highest number of Filmfare awards among South indian films.
Notably, well-known bollywood films like Rohit Shetty's Singam and Drishyam are adaptations of successful South indian films with the same titles. These ajay Devgan starrer films were massive hits and were remade in various languages.
Also several films like arjun reddy have been remade in multiple languages. Originally made in telugu, arjun reddy was remade in tamil and malayalam and Bollywood. Notably, the remakes were widely acclaimed, garnering praise from audiences and critics alike