New Delhi, . Recently, the teaser of Ranbir Kapoor’s film Shamshera was released. In this period film, Ranbir plays a warrior who stands up and fights for his people. In the first look of Ranbir’s character that was revealed, his style is completely different from the characters he has played so far. Long hair, grown beard, kurta-dhoti and fur in hand.

At the same time, the first look of Shamshera’s villain Daroga Shuddh Singh i.e. Sanjay Dutt is also no less. Police uniform on body, sandalwood-tilak on forehead and hunter in hand. Seeing the getup, look and feel of these two main characters, there was a discussion in social media that Shamshera has been made on the lines of KGF 2.

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Seeing the scenes of the teaser, some of the same things started happening. However, Ranbir’s fans tried to put an end to this debate by arguing that even though the release time of both the films is almost the same, the timeline of their production is completely different.

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The focus of South Indian films in Shamshera is actually an extension of the debate that is going on between Bollywood and South. The success of Hindi films and the success of South Indian films, with few exceptions, has fueled the debate whether the popularity graph of Bollywood is falling and Hindi cinema will have to be as experimental as the South to arrest this decline.

The custom of Pan India films increased

If we look at the activities of the entertainment world in the recent past, then the closeness between Hindi cinema and the cinema of South Indian languages ​​has increased. The custom of Pan India films has also increased. In order to reach out to the wider audience of Hindi speaking audience, the makers of South are no longer dubbing and releasing the films later, but are busy taking the Hindi versions to the mass audience. Almost all the popular Tamil, Telugu and Kannada films released this year were also released in Hindi cinemas.

RRR and KGF 2 are the most successful examples of this new tradition, so now Hindi films are also trying to capitalize on the South Indian market. In the same sequence, Gangubai Kathiawadi was also released in Telugu along with Hindi. Prithviraj Samrat was also launched in Telugu and Tamil. Now Shamshera is being released in IMAX format on 22nd July along with Hindi in Tamil and Telugu. Ranbir’s Brahmastra will be released in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada languages ​​along with Hindi. In the Telugu version of this film, the narration has been voiced by Chiranjeevi.

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Telugu star Prabhas’ Adipurush is directed by Om Raut but it will be a pan India film with Kriti Sanon, Saif Ali Khan and Sunny Singh in the lead. Apart from these, remakes of some South Indian films are also being done in Hindi.

Hindi and South stars crossover

Telugu star and Nagarjuna’s son Naga Chaitanya will be seen in a pivotal role in Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha, releasing on August 11. Naga is also featured in the film’s trailer. At the same time, Nagarjuna himself is in a very important role in Brahmastra. Ajay Devgan and Alia Bhatt made a strong presence in RRR, while in KGF 2, Sanjay Dutt appeared in the terrifying character of Adheera.

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Recently there was news that Ram Charan and Venkatesh will do cameo in Salman Khan’s film Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali. At the same time, there is news about Salman Khan that he will be seen doing a cameo in Chiranjeevi’s film Godfather. A picture of Salman is also going viral on the internet, in which he is chilling with Chiranjeevi and Venkatesh. Salman also shared the trailer of Kannada star Sudeep’s film Vikram Rona on Thursday. Salman is also presenting the Hindi version of this film.

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From Amitabh Bachchan to Katrina Kaif, Deepika Padukone, Rashmika Mandanna, Prabhas, Vijay Sethupathi, the best actors will be seen in Hindi and South films. Telugu superstar Vijay Deverakonda is all set to show his mettle among the Hindi audience. The task of bringing her to the Hindi audience has been taken up by Karan Johar, who is the producer of Liger. The film is originally being made in Hindi and will be released in South Indian languages.

Edited By: Manoj Vashisth