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Ajay Devgn And Tabu Team Up For New Film ‘Bholaa’, Kaithi’s Bollywood Remake

Ajay Devgn-starrer 'Bholaa', Hindi remake of Tamil hit 'Kaithi', to release in March 2023. Devgn is currently awaiting the release of his directorial 'Runway 34'. Ajay Devgn is currently awaiting the release of his film 'Runway 34'

After Runway 34, Ajay Devgn has announced a new film titled ‘Bholaa’, where he will be seen sharing the screen with Bollywood actress Tabu. Ajay took to social media and announced the project and the release date. The film is a Hindi remake of the Tamil hit ‘Kaithi’. The duo has worked in the past too and will also be collaborating for ‘Drishyam 2’.

Lokesh Kanagaraj’s directed ‘Kaithi’ will be now remade in Bollywood under Dharmendra Sharma’s direction with both Ajay Devgn and Tabu playing the lead roles in the movie. The original film revolved around an ex-convict (played by Karthi) who decides to meet his daughter for the first time after being released from prison but gets caught in a face-off between police and the drug mafia. Tabu will be seen playing the role of a cop.

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Ajay Devgn took to his Instagram to announce the news on his post that read, “Proudly announcing my next venture Bholaa, releasing on March 30th, 2023.”

‘Bholaa’ will be produced by Ajay Devgn Films, T-Series Films, Reliance Entertainment, and Dream Warrior Pictures.

With several films lined up in the queue for release, after Runway 34, the actor will be seen in ‘Drishyam 2’, ‘Thank God’, and ‘Singham 3’ in the upcoming year.

Recently, commenting on the rising popularity of south films, Ajay Devgn shared his views for the reason behind the success of non-Hindi movies is the pan-India promotional strategy. Devgn said that filmmakers from the south promote their films to a wider audience. He elaborated, “It’s not that films from [the north] are not going [to the south]. Nobody has attempted to release a film from the north in the south on a big scale. If someone will try it in future, it will definitely happen, because their films are good, and are doing well. Our films too are working. If they have to release the films in the north, they take actors from the north also and they plan the script accordingly so as to make it work [for a] pan-India audience.”

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