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Aamir Khan shows interest in "Gangster" Hindi remake !

Aamir Khan to buy Hindi remake rights of 'Gangster' Malayalam movie
After almost getting rude response for the movie in social media and adding to the surprise "Gangster" Malayalam movie has doing good business at box office. Now from the latest rumour, it is get to know that Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan has shown interest in this Mammootty film. Even reports claim that Aamir Khan Productions could seal the Hindi remake rights for an amount of Rs. 5 crore.

 If the reports are to be believed, Bollywood production house is in talks
with the producer of "Gangster". Despite of negative reports, movie seems to have garnered its production cost and from the stats, it is being reported that movie went on to gross around 6 crores on its opening day and the next day (Saturday) grossed around 3.8 crores. The third day collected around 4.6 crores.

 From all other rights (Satellite, Video, Overseas and Outside Kerala release), It has pocketed around 10-11 crores. From the day one of its release, social media had buzzed up with negative comments for the movie around every discussion. The film has Mammootty portraying the character of Gangster Akbar Ali and critics have also criticized this Aashiq Abu film.

 Well from all this, makers seems to have last laugh, while it is yet to be confirmed whether Hindi remake would happen or not.....

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