It is big news for Sundeep Kishan whose maiden production Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene, a horror-drama laced with emotion and humour, is all set to be remade in Hindi on large canvas.
Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene's Hindi remake rights have been sold to Raj Nidimour and Krishna DK, the pen behind Stree and Shor In The City. While the deal value has not been revealed, it is buzzed that Raj and DK have bought the film for a good price given the scope in the film.
While the first half of the film got appreciation, the second part of the film have received brickbats. Hope Raj and DK would re-work on the script and make necessary changes. Raj and DK were writers, producers of Stree and also directors of Shor In The City. They had also produced Sundeep's D For Dopidi which was their only production in Telugu.
"Take pleasure in announcing that the Producers of Stree & directors of Shor in the city..my mentors & brothers @rajndk have bought the Hindi Remake rights of #NinuVeedaniNeedanuNene. Couldn't have asked for the film to be in better hands. Thank you God," wrote Sundeep announcing the news.