After AR Murugadoss and Shahrukh Khan admitted that they are working on two scripts, many ifs and buts have started doing rounds about their project. One among them is that the filmmaker's anti-corruption Tamil movie Ramana will be remade in Hindi with King Khan enacting the role famous made by Vijayakanth.
Rumours mills are working overtime claiming that there are possibilities of remaking Ramana in Hindi. It is also noted that a couple of months ago, AR Murugadoss had claimed that he wanted to make his blockbuster Tamil movie in Hindi, which has now paved way for gossip mongers to believe that the filmmaker might direct Shahrukh Khan in the Hindi version of the Kollywood movie.
Source say that the story would definitely appeal the audience, as the anti-corruption waves have gripped the whole nation due to Anna Hazare movement. Ramana was made in several languages - like Tagore in Telugu, which starred Chiranjeevi and Vishusena in Kannada starring Dr Vishnuvardhan - and all the versions were declared blockbusters.
Ramana tells the story of a professor, who uproots corruption by building a strong student chain of network, killing the bribe takers and giving justice to the common man.
Meanwhile, AR Murgadoss is gearing up the release of his 7aam Arivu, whereas Shahrukh Khan is all set for his Ra.One release.