South remake stalled at IIFA

New Delhi:

Bollywood films are proving to be a failure at the box office. Bollywood superstars are making every effort but due to weak story and direction, they are eating raw. However, he is constantly making remakes. For example, the names of someone's brother, someone's life, Bhola and Shahzada come prominently. The box office journey of these films has not been successful. But you know that the movie that won the Best Actor and Best Film awards at the IIFA Awards is also a remake of South. Yes, we are talking about Drishyam 2 and Vikram Vedha, both of which were remakes of South films of the same name.

Ajay Devgn's 'Drishyam 2' won the Best Film award at the International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA), while Hrithik Roshan won the Best Actor Award for 'Vikram Vedha'. In this way, both these awards are named after such films, which have been remakes of superhit South films. In this way, it can be said that Bollywood has not yet got much in terms of story. He seems to be playing the game entirely on the strength of the South.

Drishyam 2 is a remake of the Malayalam film of the same name. Mohan Lal was seen in the lead role in the Malayalam remake. The film was directed by Jeetu Joseph. While Hindi film starred Ajay Devgan and Tabu and it was exactly a remake of the Malayalam film. The film was directed by Abhishek Pathak.

If we talk about Vikram Vedha, then it was a remake of the Tamil film of the same name. The Tamil film was directed by Pushkar-Gayatri and she also directed the Hindi version. In Tamil, Vijay Sethupathi and R Madhavan were in the lead role, while Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan were seen in the Hindi. Although the film could not get color and while the Tamil film proved to be a cult film, Vikram Vedha could not get any color at the box office due to average acting.