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Aditya Roy Kapur To Play Lead In Hindi Remake Of Tamil Hit 'Thadam'

Aditya Roy Kapur is excited to star in the Hindi remake of the Tamil hit film 'Thadam'

Aditya Roy Kapur to star in the Hindi remake of the Tamil hit film 'Thadam'. He said as a star, getting a chance to do a double role is double the planning and challenge.

Based on events, this yet-to-be-titled thriller will see Aditya Roy Kapur in a double role for the first time in two different avatars. Directed by debutant Vardhan Ketkar, the film is prepared to go on floors in September this year.

"I am inspired and excited to be part of telling such an interesting story. The original film was incredibly fascinating and entertaining, and it left a lasting impression on me. As an actor, getting a chance to do a double role is double the preparation and double the challenge, and I'm certainly up for it," Aditya said.

Talking about his latest tie with Murad Khetani and working again with Aditya, producer Bhushan Kumar said: "When Murad Bhai shared the idea of the Hindi remake of Thadam I was thrilled as it had received a lot of applause down south. Working with like-minded people is always fun, that is why I like joining hands with Murad Bhai."

Since the release of 'Thadam' in 2019, producer Murad Khetani was anxious to make the film for the Hindi audience.

"When I watched 'Thadam' I immediately knew that this story needs to reach the masses. Soon after I reached out to the Tamil makers and obtain the rights of making this film in Hindi. When I shared the story with Bhushanji, he came on board straight away. Aditya has been doing great work and his image as an action hero is being highly cherished," Khetani added.

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