Tamil Mirchi AM 1050 Houston

Web diary of the RJ's at Mirchi World, Houston

Remakes and Tamil Cinema September 29, 2008

Continuing our discussion on-air on Sunday, we want to know what you think about remakes of other language films to Tamil and remake of Tamil movies into other languages. In the recent years, many of the hit Tamil movies have been remakes. Starting from young actors to Super Star everyone is a part of the remake industry.

Is it healthy? Are our directors and script writers not creative enough? That is just one aspect of the debate.

The other aspect is, that there are numerous wonderful Tamil movies in the recent years like Chennai 600028, Mozhi, Veyil should these movies be remade? Ghajini is being remade in Hindi, Nala Damayanthi, Alaipayuthey, Minnale are all movies that were remade in Hindi later on.

The  question is, what Tamil movies can/should be remade in other languages? Let us know your favorite movies that should be remade in the comment section along with the reason and your comments may win some cool gifts from Tamil Mirchi! Keep commenting and listening to Tamil Mirchi


3 Responses to “Remakes and Tamil Cinema”

  1. I’d suggest for remaking “Jerry Maguire” n “50 first dates” to be remade into tamil.

    The two tamil movies worth a remake in English are “Veerapandiya Kattabomman” and “Kurudhipunal”.

  2. mirchigirl Says:

    Thanks Siva for your views. Indeed good movies.

    I do hope someone makes Taree Zammen Par in Tamil. I know it was dubbed so the possibility of a remake is less though.

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