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Aadai/Aame Hindi Remake: Shraddha Kapoor to go n*de for Amala Paul film remake?

The next South Indian movie which will be remade in Hindi language is Amala Paul starrer Aadai.

Bollywood is currently on a remaking spree. Either they are digging out old Bollywood movies and giving them a new spin or simply making Hindi version of South Indian films. The next South Indian movie which will be remade in Hindi language is Amala Paul starrer Aadai.

Yes, you read that right!! Directed by Rathna Kumar and produced by Viji under the production banner V Studios, Amala Paul starrer Aadai was released in July last year. Upon release, the film received rave reviews from audience and critics alike.

If anything to go by media reports, Shraddha Kapoor — who was last seen in Baaghi 3 — will be stepping into shoes of Amala Paul in Hindi remake of Aadai. If everything falls into place, Sharaddha Kapoor will be making headlines for her n*de scene in Aadai/Aame Hindi remake.

In an interview, Amala Paul had earlier said, “The director Rathna presented her with an option of wearing a special costume in the n*de scene, but she chose not to, and instead asked him not to worry. I was ‘extremely tensed’ on the day of shoot but to my relief, there were only 15 people for my scene on the sets.”

The original film Aadai had been in the news for the bold content. Amala Paul carried the entire film on her shoulders and received a lot of appreciation from fans and critics alike.

On the work front, Amala Paul has multiple movies lined up ahead. The South beauty will be next seen in the Telugu version of Lust Stories. She is also working on a web series with Mahesh Bhatt. Speaking about it, she had revealed earlier, “I’m playing the role of Parveen Babi and this story belong to 1970s. Tahir Raj Bhasin, Amitra Puri, Pushpadeep Bharadwaj and others are also part of this series. Well, cant reveal more about this.”

Will Shraddha Kapoor give her nod to go bold for Hindi version of Aadai?

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