Ace filmmaker Dasari Narayana Rao, whose last directorial venture Parama Veera Chakra released in 2011, is all set to make his comeback. He has bought the Telugu remake rights of the Tamil-Malayalam bilingual hit film Neram. The the 66-year-old filmmaker, who is known for directing over 100 Telugu films, will produce this remake, which will be directed by his associate Ravikumar.
In a statement to the media, Dasari Narayana Rao confirmed the news about the Telugu remake of Neram. The filmmaker said, "I really liked the film. The entire story will unfold in a day, from morning to evening. I have bought the remake rights. My long time associate Ravikumar will direct it."
The film Neram, which released in 2013, revolves around a series of events in the protagonist's life in a day. It focuses on good as well as bad times. Dasari Narayana Rao added, "It's a universal concept that good will be followed by bad and so on. We thought this premise is apt for a story in any language. The cast is yet to be finalised."
Dasari Narayana Rao will also be producing Telugu films Vadikasulavada and Pitro Devo Bhavaa. He said, "I was supposed to direct a film but it got delayed due to several reasons. I haven't dropped that idea and I intend to start working on it again."