Hemanth Hegde Transitions from Comedy to Horror with Naa Ninna Bidalaare

The 1979 Kannada horror-cult movie Naa Ninna Bidalaare, starring Anant Nag and Lakshmi among others is easily one of the best horror dramas in Kannada. The immense success and popularity led to its remake in Hindi as Mangalsutra with Anant Nag reprising the lead role. The same movie title is back in Kannada for another horror venture by actor-director Hemant Hegde.
Hemanth Hegde

Actor and director Hemanth Hegde.

Actor-director Hemanth Hegde, known for his comedy film Nam Naani Madve Prasanga, is venturing into the horror genre with his upcoming project, Naa Ninna Bidalaare. According to reports, his latest film's muhurta is scheduled to be held on June 24. The cast and crew of the film will be revealed on Monday.

Third Time Naa Ninna Bidalaare

This isn’t the first time that a classic superhit’s title is being reused. Reusing the movie titles of the classic superhit films has been a trend. Hemanth Hegde’s venture is the latest film in this category.
The 1979 Kannada horror-cult movie Naa Ninna Bidalaare starred Anant Nag and Lakshmi among others. It was remade in Hindi as Mangalsutra with Anant Nag reprising the lead role. Eventually, another Kannada film with the same title was released around 2009 but failed to charm audiences like how the first version had. Hemanth Hedge’s Naa Ninna Bidalaare is the third film the title is being used. His film comes with the tagline Ghost 2.0 in which he plays the lead, apart from directing it.

Updated Version Of Horror

According to reports, the actor and director shared that it will be a horror film of a different kind. The makers say they will attempt to convey something special through this film. Hence, it’s tagged as the 2.0 version.
Hemanth Hegde, who has written the story and screenplay, will also direct and star in the film.
This marks Hegde’s first foray into the horror genre. His previous work, Nam Naani Madve Prasanga, was a comedy addressing the issue of farmers struggling to find brides. Although the film ended abruptly, Hegde had announced a second part at the end.
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