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Telugu romantic film Ninnu Kori to get a Marathi adaptation, confirms Director Mansi Bagla

September 15th, 2020 | by vBollywood Author
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Telugu romantic film Ninnu Kori to get a Marathi adaptation, confirms Director Mansi Bagla
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Sharing details in an exclusive conversation with International Business Times, India, Mansi Bagla shared at length about her collaboration with G. Ashok, taking a director and what newness will Telugu film Ninnu Kori bring for the Bollywood audience.

Heading the realm at Mini Homes, Mansi Bagla has started her own film production house called Mini Films along with renowned Director G. Ashok. The versatile duo has purchased the rights of three super hit south films, which will be remade in Hindi. The Bollywood film will be a remake of the 2017 super hit Telugu romantic comedy – Ninnu Kori. With this, Mansi will also be debuting as a Director, under the mentorship of G. Ashok.

In an exclusive conversation with International Business Times, India, Mansi Bagla spoke at length about her collaboration with G. Ashok, donning the hat of a director and what newness will Telugu film Ninnu Kori bring for the Bollywood audience and more.

About her collaboration with G. Ashok, she said: I would like to firstly say that G Ashok Sir is a great human being. He is extremely sharp yet very down to earth. Our collaboration is to make good cinema for which we have purchased remake rights of a few superhit south films. We are aggressively working on them. I would add that he is very spiritual and simple, there is so much to learn from him, I’m really lucky to have his support.

She talked about starting with Ninnu Kori as it is a love story and she feels she can relate to this story. Hoping it will connect everyone, being a Mumbaikar and growing up amidst the culture she feels a Marathi adaptation would be best as it came naturally.

With OTT and films, which medium she would prefer to release her movie, she said: Films are for theatres, that is the primary medium. As civilizations grow there will be discoveries and innovations, we adapt, change and move along. When television became a phenomenon theatres learnt to co-exist. Similarly, OTT will have takers but patrons of theatres will remain. The size of the screen has been getting smaller with the passage of time but 70 MM has stayed and will stay. In India especially if you look at the infrastructure and consumer behaviour, in smaller towns there is perhaps just one screen, people flock to it as respite. Digital is trickling down, it is being adopted but not a replacement, it is more like a supplement. Going to a theatre is not just to watch a film- it is an ‘outing’ which digital can’t provide. What digital can do- theatres can’t. It is like a new age media vs traditional print media.

The team has just acquired and completed the paperwork and that in itself is a process however they have also started preparing for the first film. They plan to reveal the title soon. The work is in process on the casting, budgeting, scripting and location recce. The film is set in London and a a lot of the work is going to happen overseas. They are currently working on the backend to perfection which is believed is half the battle won. Soon everything will open up and film will start the shoot.

Photo courtesy: www.ibtimes.com

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