From the day of the release of its first theatrical trailer, Sandalwood's recent offering Ugramm is making a huge buzz across the South Indian market. There is a huge demand for the remake rights of the movie, and the superstars of other languages, who are bowled over by the film are eagerly waiting to act in the remake version of Ugramm in their respective languages.
Earlier, it was reported about the rift between the two big families of Telugu film industry to own the remake rights of the movie. It was said that Tollywood's superstars Jr NTR and Allu Arjun, who were bowled over by the Ugramm's theatrical trailer had expressed their desire to do the remake in Telugu. It was also mentioned about the tug-of-war between the duo to own the remake rights.
But the latest buzz from the Tollywood has stated that the makers, who have owned the remake rights of Ugramm for Telugu, has another option apart from Jr NTR and Allu Arjun. Yes, it's none other than Prabhas, who is presently the Rebel Star of Telugu film industry. Prabhas, who is known for his action dramas in , said to be the right person to play the lead role in Telugu version of Ugramm. Continue reading the story on slide show...
Theme Suits Telugu Audience
The makers have opined that the theme of Ugramm will suit all the nativity and mainly Telugu audience.
Prabhas, The Critics' Choice
It is said that when the makers took opinion from the critics to zero the lead role, their first choice was none other than Prabhas, when compared to Jr NTR and Allu Arjun.
Murali's Impressive Acting
The high octane action scenes and Murali's acting are the main highlights of Ugramm, which has caught the attention of other language movie makers.
Dhanush In Tamil And Hindi Remake
Kollywood superstar Dhanush has expressed his desire to do the movie simultaneously in Tamil and Hindi, which is likely to go on floors shortly.
Prabhas Busy With Baahubali
Prabhas is currently busy with the shooting of epic movie Baahubali, and he is likely to take up Ugramm by the end of 2014.
Ugramm Movie Review