"I was supposed to direct a film but it got delayed due to several reasons. I haven't dropped that idea and I intend to start working on it again, he said."
Chennai, May 4 - Ace filmmaker Dasari Narayana Rao has bought the Telugu remake rights of the Tamil-Malayalam bilingual hit Neram.

I really liked the film. The entire story will unfold in a day, from morning to evening. I have bought the remake rights. My long time associate Ravi Kumar will direct it, Rao told IANS.

The film, which released in 2013, revolves around a series of events in the protagonist's life in a day. It focuses on good as well as bad times.

It's a universal concept that good will be followed by bad and so on. We thought this premise is apt for a story in any language. The cast is yet to be finalised, he added.

Known for directing over 100 Telugu films, the 66-year-old is all set to call the shots soon.

I was supposed to direct a film but it got delayed due to several reasons. I haven't dropped that idea and I intend to start working on it again, he said.

He will also be producing Telugu films Vadikasulavada and Pitro Devo Bhavaa.


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