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Riteish planning Hindi remake of Balak Palak

Film focuses on curiosity about sex among adolescents

  • IANS
  • Published: 12:19 January 5, 2013
  • Tabloid

Actor Riteish Deshmukh’s first production venture — Marathi film ‘Balak Palak’ has being hitting the headlines and now the actor-producer has plans to make it in Hindi.

The film that talks about curiosity about sex among adolescents hit Indian cinemas on Friday.

“The kind of feedback we have got, I think we will be looking forward to making this film in Hindi… Because of the positive reactions we are getting, I think we will make it in Hindi,” the 34-year-old actor said in Mumbai on Thursday. He also feels that the film transcends the language barrier.

“It’s a universal film. It’s not about any language. Like [director] Ravi [Jadhav] has said, it happens in everybody’s house, it happens to everyone... there are these questions that you want to ask at that age,” he said.

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