It is a known fact that the Telugu superhit flick Mirchi, is getting ready in Kannada, Tamil and Bengali languages. Actor Sudeep, who owns the Kannada rights of the movie is busy shooting the untitled flick.
The latest buzz from the Kollywood states that Silambarasan
aka Simbu, who owns the Tamil rights of the Mirchi, has
decided to wait for the Kannada version to get released.
Sources said, "Simbu believes Sudeep can bring in interesting
changes to the script, which has already proved itself. With Sudeep
raising the standards with this directorial, Simbu wants to wait
till he watches the Kannada version to be able to inculcate all of
Sudeep's changes as well."
Kiccha has roped in Ravichandran and Ramya Krishna to play
the lead cast in the movie, with few new actresses.
Telugu hit movie Mirchi had Prabhas, Anushka Shetty and Sathyaraj in
the lead roles. While Sudeep will be enacting the role played by
Prabhas in the original, Ravichandran will be stepping into the
shoes of Sathyaraj in the Kannada version.
Meanwhile, Sudeep, who is performing in the valedictory function
of 100 years of Indian Cinema, today, will begin the second
schedule of the movie, once he is back from Chennai.