Bollywood’s game-changer, 'Queen' starring Kangana Ranaut as the female lead has been remade into four South Indian languages. Those movies have been making for years as they were in issue is one on another since the beginning.
Directed by Ramesh Arvind, Paris Paris is the official Tamil remake 'Queen'. The teaser of this movie was released a few months ago and entered the radar of controversy. Recently, the film went for censor certification but the members of the board have proposed 25 cuts. This became a big issue, and Parul Yadav, one of the producers of the film, lashing out at the censor board. Like any other actor, Kajal Aggarwal was disappointed with the Censor Board.
"We have made a faithful attempt in remaking Queen in all the south languages and present it to the audience. I wonder what made them ask for so many cuts. We did not want to hurt anyone's intentions and those scenes, which they have asked to cut, are similar to things that happen in all our lives. I have been told that the producers are taking necessary actions and putting in all the efforts to make sure that the scenes are retained," she said.
Going into the details, the Telugu version of Queen has Tamannaah Bhatia in the lead role and is directed by 'Awe’ fame and national award winner Prashanth Varma, while Malayalam version has Manjima Mohan, Kannada version has Parul Yadav in lead roles.