"We are yet to zero in on the director since we're looking for someone who could do justice to the original. Meanwhile, we are on the verge of signing up an all new cast for the film. We hope to start shooting from December," Grihith told IANS.
"We also intend to modify the original story to suit the sensibility of the current generation. I'm extremely thankful to the producers of the original for giving me permission to remake the film," he added.
"Sendoora Poove", which enjoyed a run of over 200 days at the box office, had Vijayakanth, Ramki and Nirosha in important roles. It was directed by P.R. Devaraj.
Thandra admits remakes are becoming a fad.
"Remake trend is fast catching up but it's not always easy to make them. One needs to make them with lots of responsibility because lots of expectations ride on them. The respect for the original takes a beating when its remake turns out to be a dud," he said.
--IANS (Posted on 11-08-2013)