Ayushmann Khurrana, who is known for his powerful performance in Bollywood, is very happy these days that his work is being liked and his films are being remade in South. Recently he said, "Movies have the power to cross the boundaries of language and culture". His hit films are proving themselves in the South's film industry. Some of his films have been remade in the languages there and now Andhadhun is being remade in Telugu and Tamil.
His film "Dream Girl" has been made in Telugu, and "Vicky Donor" in Tamil. Apart from this, there is also talk of making a remake of Ayushman's "Article 15" in Tamil, while a Telugu remake of "Badhaai Ho" is being made. Recently Ayushmann said, "It is very beautiful and satisfying to know that a remake of many of his films is being made". The test takes place beyond its language and culture and is accepted. He is happy to know that a remake of so many of his films is being made or has been made. This inspires them to get out of the box and work in films so that they can give viewers something new. ''
Ayushmann thanked the directors and writers who made all the different genre films related to him. He said that creativity is a process run by everyone and he is lucky that he got a chance to work with the best imaginative people.
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