SS Rajamouli's "Baahubali" is on a roll. After entering the ₹100 crore club in just two days, reports suggest the magnum opus might be remade in Hollywood.
"The period war drama is said to be the most expensive film ever made in India, and will release in Tamil and Hindi at the same time. Now, an American studio has shown interest in buying the rights of the movie to make its Hollywood remake," Koimoi quoted an industry source as saying.
Although the director is thrilled about the offer, nothing has been confirmed yet. The source further elaborated on how the makers want the specifics in place before signing the deal.
"It was a pleasant surprise for Rajamouli when he got this offer, but the makers are yet to seal the deal. The studio and the makers are in talks, and want all specifications in place before they sign on the dotted line," added the insider.
In other news, the war film has impressed viewers with its stunning CGI and currently enjoys a positive word-of-mouth. It is also being said Salman Khan's "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" might have to face stiff competition from the Prabhas starrer.
A multiplex executive reportedly said the makers of the Kabir Khan directorial may have to give it their all to get the number of screens they'd initially wished to occupy.