KRK, who was in trouble calling Ek Villain Returns a remake of Korean film, Ekta Kapoor gave a befitting reply
At the launch of the trailer of the film ‘Ek Villain Returns’ in June, Kamal R. Khan posted a review. Now Ekta Kapoor has given a befitting reply on this.
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Bollywood director Mohit Suri’s film ‘Ek Villain Returns’ It is scheduled to release on July 29 this month. The promotion of the film is also being done in full swing. The film has a huge starcast. Ek Villain Returns is a sequel to the 2014 film Ek Villain. In which Riteish Deshmukh and Siddharth Malhotra were seen. At the same time, John Abraham, Arjun Kapoor, Tara Sutaria and Disha Patani will be seen in the sequel of the film. Starcast, who reached Delhi for the film promotion, denied KRK’s claim that the film was a remake of a Korean movie.
Origin movie ‘Ek Villain’
The trailer of the film ‘Ek Villain Returns’ was launched in the month of June. After that Kamal R. Khan posted a review. In this review, KRK had claimed that the film’s prequel i.e. the first part Ek Villain is a remake of a Korean film. During the film promotion, when Starcast was asked about this, producer Ekta Kapoor rejected this claim of KRK. Ekta Kapoor said that the film ‘Ek Villain’ is completely original. This is not a remake of any film.
Reacted like this on KRK
Let us tell you that Ekta Kapoor told the whole story behind it. He said, ‘Let me tell you a real thing about this film. Mohit had told me two scripts. I said that the Ek Villain franchise has to be much bigger this time. This was a script that Mohit worked on. Rohit Shetty also liked this script a lot.
Continuing her talk, Ekta Kapoor said, ‘Mohit was narrating the script to me like this. I went to Rohit, I am his sister. I requested him and he very lovingly gave me the script back and said it is yours. Ekta said that this script is such that no one will listen to it or say no. It has never been made in any language before. Reacting to KRK, Ekta said, ‘I don’t know which Korean movie he is watching.’