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Bollywood Star-Kids 'Want To Be Part' Of Hindi Remake Of Tollywood's Rs 100-cr Blockbuster 'Baby'

'Baby' is this year's cult blockbuster Tollywood film. The film has been loved unanimously by the audience, filmmakers and celebrities.

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A poster of the film 'Baby'
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'Baby' is this year's cult blockbuster Tollywood film. The film has been loved unanimously by the audience, filmmakers and celebrities.

Directed by the outstanding filmmaker Sai Rajesh, the film broke all box-office records. This cult love story stars Anand Deverakonda, Vaishnavi Chaitanya and Viraj Ashwin in lead roles.

Deverakonda received immense appreciation for his role, propelling him into the massive Rs 100-crore club at the box office. 'Baby' collected twice what another cult hit, 'Arjun Reddy', starring Anand's brother Vijay Deverakonda, made.

Recently, there's been much talk about the film getting a Hindi remake. Confirming this, the film's producer, Sreenivasa Kumar, also known as SKN in the Telugu industry, stated to Zoom, "Yes, 'Baby' is going to be remade, not just in Hindi but also in Tamil. The cast for both versions will consist of fresh faces, potentially newcomers or semi-newcomers."

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The makers are planning to recreate the same magic by choosing underexposed performers. SKN said, "Both Anand Deverakonda and Vaishnavi Chaitanya were relatively unfamiliar figures. While they had some prior film experience, Anand was primarily recognised as Vijay Deverakonda's brother, and Vaishnavi's work had not gained much recognition."

The producer revealed that the makers aim to feature lesser-known actors. But reports suggest prominent star-kids in Bollywood have expressed an interest to be a part of the Hindi remake of 'Baby'.

This comes as no surprise, considering the film achieved tremendous success in Tollywood, significantly elevating the careers of everyone involved in the cast and crew.

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The film also got many requests from top producers in all languages. But SKN intends to stay involved in the film and he will also be a part of the Hindi remake.

This is going to be a special debut for the most successful producer in Hindi. Adding to the mystery, SKN said they will disclose the Hindi remake producer's name very soon.

"I am a hundred per cent confident he will do full justice to 'Baby'," he said.

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