Mahesh Sukadhare, who is all set to remake Telugu movie Brindavanam, is going all out claiming that he has approached Sonam Kapoor a couple of months ago. However, not a single piece of confirmation has arrived from Sonam's mouth, which has made the Sandalwood film goers to cross their fingers. But the director has reiterated that the ball is in the Bollywood actress' court and he is hopeful that she could give a green signal to the project.
However, the remake of Brindavanam is being delayed, as Darshan is completely busy with Kranthiveera Sangolli Rayanna. After the completion of this project, he will be taking up his other film Bulbul. Probably, in the later part of 2013, the remake of the Telugu film is expected to take off. Hence, the dates are being worked out.
It was earlier reported that Sonam Kapoor was impressed by the storyline and she had given her verbal consent. The actress had another reason to approve the project, as the sentiment of her father Anil Kapoor's connection with Sandalwood made her to show interest to act in Kannada films. Her father started off his acting career in a Kannada movie titled Pallavi Anupallavi directed by Mani Ratnam.