These South Indian Films Definitely Deserve A Bollywood Remake


By Anusha Reddy

South Indian movies form the largest revenue earning industry after Bollywood. They have grown tremendously in their cinematic approach, creativity and talent. These industries are acting as a base for the actors who want to have a standing in Bollywood.

Bollywood has also remade many films from the south, not just recently, but, in the past too. South Indian films being remade in Hindi provide a larger scale of fame for the film and its creatives which otherwise gets restricted to its particular state. So, here is a list of 7 South movies that deserve a remake to spread their awesomeness.

One Nenokkadine


The superstar of Tollywood, Mahesh Babu, plays the role of a singer, Gautam, who suffers from a psychological disorder that causes him to imagine things and also memory issues. He is sure his parents were killed, but cannot remember the killers. It is the story of how he sets out to fight his own demons and unravel the truth. This would definitely make sure shot box office hit.



One of the best romcoms produced by Mollywood is a heart touching movie. It is the story of George David who finds love in various stages of his life and how it changes him as a person. NivinPauly with his 3 different looks wins hearts. He was called the next big thing of the industry after the success of Premam.


24 South Indian films

A science fiction thriller based on the concept of time travel. The film stars Suriya in a triple role. The film has a nerve wracking screenplay having the ability to keep the audience glued to their seats.



A dark fantasy film, starring Anushka Shetty, is the story of how Arundhati takes up the task of destroying the evil spirit which was left incomplete by her great-grandmother, to whom she resembles. With some awe inspiring scenes, the movie stands out as a fine piece of art.

Vaayai Moodi Pesavum

Vaayai Moodi Pesavum

The Tamil rom-com follows thw story of two youngsters, Anjana, a doctor who loves silence and avoids speaking much whereas, Arvind, a salesman, loves talking. They find themselves in a weird situation when a strange disease called ‘dumb flu’ spreads in the city. The unique concept would be a treat to watch with the Bollywood class added to it.

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