After a series of war of words, strikes and discussions, dubbing of other languages movies has been made official in KFI. According to the reports, Anushka Shetty starring Rudhramadevi and Vijay's most expected movie Puli are the first two movies which will be officially dubbed in Kannada.
From close sources to CCI, the dubbing work the two movies Rudhramadevi and Puli will be held in Hyderabad and will be soon hitting the theatres all over Karnataka in Kannada language.
Though many actors, jury members, producers and directors fought against the dubbing culture in KFI, it has turned out to be unfruitful! Earlier there were also speculations that, superhit movie Baahubali, Lingaa and I will also be dubbed in Kannada.
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After Baahubali, Anushka Shetty's Rudhramadevi is yet another big budget and most anticipated movie of the year. The movie is slated to release on September 4th and will be releasing in Kannada as well, says reports.
Vijay's Puli is gearing up for its release. If we have to go by the reports, Puli will release worldwide on September 17th. Puli is also awaited by Sudeep's fans as he plays the antagonist in the movie.
Biggest blockbuster movie Baahubali is also in the discussion of dubbing. If everything settles down between CCI and Kannada actors and juries, then Kannada audiences will also enjoy Prabhas's Baahubali in Kannada.
Rajinikanth acquires huge fan base all over Karnataka. Thus, according to the talks in Gandhinagara, Lingaa is yet another movie which is lined up for dubbing in Kannada.
Shankar I is yet another blockbuster movie which has been missed by the Kannada audiences. The movie starred Vikram and Amy Jackson in the lead roles. Will Vikram's I be dubbed in Kannada? Let's wait for official confirmation.
No More Remake Movies In KFI!
Well, all these developments assures that, there will be no more remake movies in Sandalwood. However, there are speculations that, many actors, jury members are against dubbing culture in KFI!.