R Madhavan, the original Vikram Vedha star, responds to the Hindi remake’s teaser, which stars Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan.
With much hype, the Hindi version of Vikram Vedha, starring Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan trailer is out. R Madhavan, the original hero of the Tamil smash, has commented on it. The trailer got more than 40 million views in just 23 hours and counting.
R Madhavan, who in 2017 played the part of Vikram, tweeted his thoughts on the trailer. The star of Rocketry is quite pleased with the remake, and he wrote, “Awesomeeeeeee trailer guys… dynamic and huge ….can’t wait to see this in theaters … all the very very best- VikramVedha in cinemas worldwide on 30 Sep 2022.”
This is R Madhavan’s response.
Awesomeeeeeee trailer guys… dynamic and huge ….can’t wait to see this in theaters … all the very very best-
VikramVedha in cinemas worldwide on 30 Sep 2022.@iHrithik #SaifAliKhan @PushkarGayatri @radhika_apte #BhushanKumar @Shibasishsarkar @sash041075 @chakdyn @vivekbagrawal https://t.co/LlYVgYXxyb
— Ranganathan Madhavan (@ActorMadhavan) September 8, 2022
Prior to this, Madhavan discussed his thoughts on the Hindi version of his most recent film, Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, while promoting it. He and Vijay Sethupathi were in the first movie, which was directed by Pushkar and Gayatri. Vikram Vedha is based on the well-known folktale of Vikram and Betaal. In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, Madhavan said, “I do not want to give you a very diplomatic answer. Hrithik Roshan is awesome looking, but I am really looking forward to Saif’s performance because he is playing me. I want to know whether he will beat me, and make it more convincing because I have a feeling he will.
In the remake, Hrithik has taken over Vijay Sethupathi’s role, and he will square off against Saif’s character, but before that, in January, on Hrithik’s birthday, the makers released the first look of his character Vedha. R Madhavan, who played Vikram in the original film, too joined in the social conversation as he tweeted, “Now that’s a “Vedha” I do want to see.” On September 30, the Hindi adaptation of Vikram Vedha will be presented in theatres.