AR Murugadoss, who has become a most wanted director of Bollywood after the success of Ghajini, has not signed any Hindi film since his debut B-town outing. Though, he has been showered with offers, he has not accepted those, as he is committed to Tamil films. So, the Bollywood producers, who have not received desired results from the filmmaker, are eyeing his earlier Tamil projects.
If reports are to be believed, AR Murugadoss directorial Ramana, which was released in 2002, will be remade in the Bollywood. The movie was on corruption, starred Vijayakanth in the role of a professor, who builds an anti-corruption team. It was also remade in Telugu as Tagore, which starred Megastar Chiranjeevi, and in Kannada as Vishnusena, which featured Dr. Vishnuvardhan.
Now that people have awaken about corruption due to the Anna Hazare's India Against Corruption movement, the Bollywood filmmakers want to encash on it. Indeed, many actors have seen Ramana and are keen to remake it in Hindi. AR Murugadoss has admitted that he has plans to do it in Bollywood but nothing has been finalized.
Meanwhile, AR Murugadoss is gearing up for his next release 7 Aum Arivu, which stars Surya and Shruti Hassan in the leads. The audio of the film is being launched in Singapore on September 10.