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After hosting back to back small screen reality shows, Ramesh Aravind is making his comeback to big screen. Yes! The latest reports about the evergreen handsome actor is that, Ramesh Aravind's next movie has been titled as Kamal Haasan's earlier movie 'Pushpaka Vimana'.
Pushpaka Vimana is the first Indian silent movie directed by Singeetam Srinivasa Rao in 1987. The movie starred 'Ulaganayagan', Kamal Haasan and Amala in the lead roles.
Pushpaka Vimana has bagged many awards like Filmfare, National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment, International Film Festival of India, 1988 Cannes Film Festival and many more.
So, is Ramesh Aravind recreating the older version of Kamal Haasan's movie? Not really! The new version of the movie is nothing to do with the olf movie says reports.
Ramesh Aravind's Quote
Speaking to the media about his upcoming movie Ramesh Aravind has said, " Ramesh adds, "The title of the film is Pushpaka Vimana, because I play a man in uniform who is crazy about planes. While I was initially apprehensive about the title, the team was firm about it and there is a reason for it."
He continued to tell" "He's (Kamal Haasan) in London, so I haven't spoken about that. But, I have discussed this role with him, when the title wasn't finalized yet. I recall that we had a discussion about re-using an old title when we did Sathi Leelavathi. It happened to be MGR's first film, but we realized that the title suited the content and it has a nostalgic value to it. I'd also re-used the title of Shankar Nag's Accident when I directed a film by the same name. So, in that way, I feel using older film titles again is quite nice,"