Actor Mahesh Babu’s 'bharat Ane Nenu' To Be Dubbed In Hindi Cinema News
Mahesh Babu’s Bharat Ane Nenu has already earned more than Rs 70 crore over the first weekend. And growing stronger by the day. The elated director, Koratala Siva, is over the moon. “We always knew our film will strike a chord with the masses. Indian politics has hit an all-time low in many places. There is widespread disillusionment with the people we elect to represent us in Parliament. Why is there no accountability in governance? This is what bothered me when I got down to writing Bharath Ane Nenu,” says Siva.
The director's four Telugu films so far (Mirchi in 2013, Srimanthudu in 2015, Janatha Garage in 2016 and now Bharath Ane Nenu) reveal a very high level of special commitment. And now, so powerful is the impact of Mahesh Babu’s politician act, that Siva is now seriously toying with the idea of a sequel. “I have never liked or entertained the idea of doing sequels or remakes. There are so many fresh stories to be told. But the story of Chief Minister Bharath is too relevant and too pervasive to be forsaken. The country needs a political change. Bharath represents that change.”
Immediate plans for Bharat Ane Nenu are somewhat radical. “Seeing the impact of the film’s political message, we are now planning to dub the film in other Indian languages including Hindi. We should’ve done this from the start. We should’ve known that the craving to see a new political awakening is pan-India. We are taking the film to other parts of India apart from Andhra. We feel the political message of the country is relevant to every Indian,” reveals Siva.