After signing Aamir Khan for the Hindi remake of Ghajini, Allu Aravind is interested in signing Hrithik Roshan for the remake of his own Telugu blockbuster Magadheera.
This would be his second Hindi remake.
Apparently, the filmmaker is planning to approach Roshan and ask him to portray the role played by Chiranjeevi's son Ram Charan Teja in the Telugu original.
Allu Aravind's Magadheera was reportedly the costliest Telugu movie ever made with a budget of over Rs 40 crores. Being the first high budget film to be made in the Telugu film industry, Magadheera was released in almost 1200 screens across 14 countries on July 31, 2009.
The movie had collected a sum of Rs 22 crores during its first week run and had a total collection of Rs 47.08 crores.