AR Murugadoss, who is busy with his forthcoming Tamil movie Kaththi, has said that he is not happy to see tweaked remakes of his films. As we all know, his successful films from South are being remade in Bollywood one after the other.
The question was raised in connection with Bollywood movie Jai Ho, which was the remake of his hit Telugu film Stalin. The Salman Khan starrer film did not live up to audience expectations. There were lots of changes made in the script and it appears like it did not go well with him.
"When filmmakers tweak the story here and there, I feel bad. Sometimes I don't want to watch the remake of my films," AR Murugadoss said.
AR Murugadoss added, "I think the only thing which affected the film greatly was witnessing remakes back-to-back in Bollywood. Of late there have been too many remakes which we have been seeing. It becomes boring for the audience also. Sometimes you get tired doing the same thing. Sometimes people will compare the location, costume, actors, music."
Meanwhile, AR Murugadoss is also busy with Bollywood movie Holiday, a remake of blockbuster movie Thuppakki. It stars Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha in the lead roles.