Actress Hansika Motwani has slammed the reports that she would be part of the remake of Nagarjuna's Telugu romantic comedy Hello Brother. It was recently rumoured that Hansika will play one of the two female lead alongside Naga Chaitanya in the movie. But the actress says that she has not been approached by the makers of the film.
Hansika Motwani, who seemed to be upset with the rumours, took to her Twitter account to put an end to all the speculations. The actress wrote, "So, (I) just want (to) clear the air that I'm not doing Hello Brother in Telugu (and) nor I was approached! Please put a full stop to the rumours."
Hello Brother is a 1994 hit movie featuring Akkineni Nagarjuna, Soundarya and Ramya Krishna in leads. Directed by EVV Satyanarayana, the film was a big success at the Box Office, and is one of the best comedy and action delivered by Nag till date. Nagarjuna has decided to remake it in a bid to ease out tension for his elder son Nag Chaitanya, who is struggling to get a commercial get.
Nagarjuna has reportedly roped in director Srinivas Reddy for the remake of Hello Brother and he has plans to cast Tamanna and Hansika for female leads. Hansika, whose hands are full with Tamil projects Biriyani, Vaalu and Ishq remake, is said to be not in a mood to sign this movie.