Ajay Devgn and Akshay Kumar have a few movies lined-up. Furthermore, they have now turned down the 'Viswasam' Hindi remake proposal. As per a report, maker Manish Shah who has the rights to remake the first film, moved toward Ajay first, notwithstanding, the entertainer declined. Afterward, Shah likewise offered the movie to Akshay; once more, it didn't help the maker out.
The report expressed that both the stars felt that the film wasn't appropriate for the Hindi crowd.
Supposedly, the privileges for the redo of the film were sold for Rs 4 crore. Shah drew nearer, Ekta Kapoor's creation house to co-produce the movie; nonetheless, as there was no considerable star ready, they declined the proposal to co-produce.
Manish Shah likewise expressed that he would create the redo with Sathya Jyothi Films, who upheld the first film.
In the meantime, 'Viswasam' featured Nayanthara, Jagapathi Babu, and Vivek separated from Ajith Kumar. The film was helmed by Siva.
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