The blockbuster Bollywood movie remake in the south: The Indian film industry is divided into several languages but many times it happens when Bollywood makes remakes in other regional cinemas. But there are also many instances when remakes of some Bollywood films are made in different languages in South Cinema. Here we are telling you about a Hindi blockbuster film that had 4 remakes in different South languages and without any hero, all the four films made a lot of money. Let us tell you that that film is Kangana Ranaut’s blockbuster film which has been made not once but 4 times in South.
Actually, here we are talking about Kangana Ranaut’s movie Queen, which released on March 7, 2014, which is a Bollywood blockbuster. It was made with a budget of Rs 12 crore and has a worldwide collection of over Rs 96 crore. Let us tell you that initially it was made only in Hindi language but later South makers made 4 remakes with different star cast.
Queen came in 2014 and Kajal Aggarwal’s Paris Paris came the same year. Paris Paris is Tamil version of Kangana’s Queen and it is very popular. Kajal Aggarwal is also liked as Kangana in the film. It was made at a cost of Rs 40 crore and has a business of Rs 54 crore.
In 2018, the Kannada remake of Kangana Ranaut’s Queen came and its title was Butterfly. Actress Parul Yadav replaced Kangana Ranaut in the film and the regional audience liked the film. It is produced by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures. In this, Ellie Abram gave her voice in Kannada for the first time, even though she did not know the Kannada language.
In 2020, Manjima Mohan is working on the Malayalam remake of Kangana Ranaut’s Queen. It is directed by Mr. Neelakanta Reddy and produced by Taizoon Khorakiwala.
In 2022, the Telugu remake of Queen That Is Mahalakshmi is out and Tamannaah Bhatia is playing the lead in it. However, she didn’t fit into it like Kangana Ranaut impressed the fans. However, whatever remakes are made of Kangana’s film, people like them very much in their respective areas and even making them on a small budget, they get crores of copies.