7 Regional Language films which were remade or dubbed in multiple languages

7 Regional Language films which were remade or dubbed in multiple languages – Remakes have become one of the coolest trends of the Indian Cinema. There are lots of Indian regional films that are officially adapted in Odia films, Bengali films, Bollywood and other regional language films. Many South Indian language films are on the list which is being remade in Hindi.

A number of Bollywood films are a remake of South films, not only in Hindi but also in many other Indian languages. Be it Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Hindi or Odia, Bengali, Bhojpuri film industries are the oldest film industries, and today all the regional language film industries are flourishing to a great extent. Here are some super-hit films remade in various Indian languages.

7 Regional Language films which were Remade :

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Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana

2005 Telugu movie Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana has been remade in 8 languages

1. Something Something in Tamil

2.Neenello Naanalle in Kannada

3. I Love You in Bengali

4. Suna Chadhei Mo Rupa Chadhei in Odia

5. Nissash Amar Tumi in Bangla ( Bangladeshi)

6. Ramaiya Vastavaiya in Hindi

7. Flashback: Farkera Herda in Nepal

8. Tera Mera Ki Rishta in Punjabi

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Brindavanam

2010 Telugu movie Brindavanam has also been remade in six languages:

1.Love Master in Odia

2. Brindavana in Kannada

3. Khokha 420 in Bengali

4. Buk Fatey To Mukh Foteyna in Bangladeshi

5. Vrindavan in Marathi

6. Hum Hain Jodi No.1 in Bhojpuri

 

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Pavitra Bandham

1996 Telugu movie Pavitra Bandham has also been remade in six languages

Mangalyam Tantunanena in Kannada

Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain in Hindi

Priyamaanavale in Tamil

Saat Paake Bandha in Bengali

Suhaaga Sindura in Odia

E Badhon Jabena Chhire in Bangladeshi

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Jai Jagannatha

Jai Jagannatha is a 2007 Indian multilingual mythological film directed by Sabyasachi Mohapatra, released in 15 languages. Besides Odia and Hindi, it’s dubbed versions were released in English, Bengali, Assamese, Chhattisgarhi, Bhojpuri, Rajasthani, Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Nepali languages.

Odia(Original)
Hindi(Original)
English
Bengali
Assamese, Chhattisgarhi
Bhojpuri
Rajasthani
Punjabi
Gujarati
Marathi
Telugu
Tamil
Malayalam
Nepali

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Varsham

2004 Telugu movie Varsham has also been remade in six languages

Barsha My Darling in Odia

Baaghi in Hindi

Mazhai in Tamil

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Dil

Dil is a 2003 Telugu action comedy film that starred Nitin, Neha, and Prakash Raj in the lead roles.

Premi No.1 – Odia
Student – Kanadda
Kuththu – Tamil
Bichhoo: The Scorpion – Hindi (Dubbed)
Challenge – Bengali
Bhalobasha Zindabad – Bangladeshi

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Vettai

Vettai is a 2012 Indian Tamil-language action film co-produced, written, and directed by N. Linguswamy. The film stars Madhavan, Arya, Sameera Reddy, and Amala Paul in the lead roles while Ashutosh Rana, Thambi Ramaiah, and Nassar played supporting roles.

Happy Lucky – Odia
Tadakha – Telugu
Baaghi 3 – Hindi
Hitman – Bangladeshi

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