There was a lot of chatter in the film industry and among the audience when
Goldmines announced the release of the super hit film Ala Vaikunthapurramloo
Hindi version in theatres this Republic Day. Ever since the craze of Allu
Arjun has risen among Hindi audience with Pushpa, makers are eyeing on
releasing his previous movies in Hindi now. For the last few days, there has
been a discussion about whether the dubbed version of the original film in the
theatres will affect the official Hindi remake Shehzada or not. So recently,
Mega producer Allu Aravind landed in Mumbai to solve the issue and they had a
closed-door meeting for about two days. After that, the final decision was
taken on the film release.
As per the latest development, it’s officially confirmed that Allu Arjun’s
Hindi version of Ala Vaikunthapurramloo will not be released on the big
screens. Manish Shah, the Goldmines owner, has released a statement regarding
this. He said the Hindi dubbed release of Ala Vaikuntapurramlo is called off.
As per the few sources, Allu Aravind has convinced Manish Shah and told him
that it’s unethical to release dubbed film as the remake is already on the
— Goldmines Telefilms (@GTelefilms) January 21, 2022
Shehzada is the official remake of Ala Vaikuntapurramlo. It is a directorial
venture of Rohit Dhawan and produced by Allu Aravind co-produced by Bhushan
Kumar. Kartik Aryaan and Kriti Sanon to lead the film. It is likely to hit big
screens at the end of this year.