Looks like mega camp is quite obsessed with Tamil films, looking at their remake spree. While Chiranjeevi was rumored to be remaking Vijay's Kaththi till the other day, the latest reports inform that he is keen on remaking Ajith's latest super hit Vedalam.
Vedalam, though received mixed responses in the beginning, it is continuing to do well at the box office, making masses go crazy for the film. Chiranjeevi, who is better known as man of the masses in Telugu, is said to have stuck with the film's popularity and looking forward to grab the remake rights.
However, Tamil film sources have a different story to tell. According to the Chennai film circles, Ram Charan has acquired the remake rights of Goundamani's 49-O for Chiranjeevi. The movie preaches about the political awareness and lacks any commercial elements, which is naturally expected from Megastar Chiranjeevi's comeback film.
There is also another version that Ram Charan has bought the the rights of the film to produce it with a small hero, under his White Houre Productions, which has been exclusively established to make low budgeted films.
On the other hand, Ram Charan is about to start his next offering under the direction of Surrender Reddy, which is again a remake of Tamil super hit, Thani Oruvan.
Well! Is it really that difficult for the mega heroes to find a fresh subject in Telugu? Writers, are you listening?