10 Indian Movies That Have Too Many Remakes

Hello guys! How are you all doing? Welcome to Humor Nation. India is an immense nation with individuals coming from different societies, dialects, religion or community. Despite such limits set across this great wide nation of the world, there is one platform, a medium that connects us all. This media is Cinema. Indian movies are adored all over the world.

Indian film is divided into various regions depending on the languages and the dialects are spoken. Now we as fans, we appreciate everything. Ranging from a family drama to an action masala film, we guys are the fan of everything. Bollywood is the center of all the Indian films, this platform has united all the people all across the nation.

This success of the films all across the country has inspired numerous filmmakers to redo various movies. Movies which are either immensely acclaimed by the critics or set significant box office records in the cinematic world. Along these lines, here is a rundown of such remakes which are Indian Movies That Remade in Two or More Languages.

So Let’s Take A Look At Some Indian Movies That Have Too Many Remakes!

1. Okkadu has been remade four different times in various languages. It has been remade as Gilli in Tamil, Ajay in Kannada, Jor in Bengali, and Tevar in Hindi.

Indian Movies That Have Too Many Remakes

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2. Sammy has been remade as Lakshmi Narasimha in Telugu, as Barood (2004) in Bengali, as Ayya (2005) in Kannada, and as Policegiri in Hindi.

3. Manichitrathazhu (1993) was the highest grossing Malayalam movie of 1993. It was a critical and commercial success, one of the best Indian films ever made. The film was remade four times in different languages including Tamil, Kannada, Bengali, and Hindi.

4. Tere Naam, a blockbuster film of Salman Khan is a remake of Tamil hit film Sethu (1999). Bala wrote the film’s story on a real-life incident, a friend of his who had fallen in love, lost his mind, and ultimately ended up in an asylum. Sethu has been remade as Huchcha in Kannada, Seshu in Telugu, and Tere Naam in Hindi.

Anshay Tomar
A movie buff, an Otaku, huge MMA and pro-wrestling follower. I'm a tumblr addict, have many fandoms and I'm also an aspiring artist. Works as a Content Writer.


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