DHAK: Salman Khan and Aayush Sharma’s Mulshi Pattern Hindi remake gets a title
The Hindi remake of Mulshi Pattern has been titled as DHAK.
After launching his brother in law Aayush Sharma in Bollywood with LoveYatri, Salman Khan will share screen space with him in two consecutive movies. Yes, you read that right, Aayush Sharma will be seen sharing screen space with Salman Khan in Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali and Hindi remake of Mulshi Pattern.
As per a report published in Pinkvilla, the makers of the film have finally found an appropriate title of Hindi version of Mulshi Pattern. The Hindi remake of Mulshi Pattern has been titled as DHAK.
“Many thought that the makers might call it Mulshi Pattern itself, since they have bought the official rights to the film, but they decided against it. The team has titled it Dhak which means powerful in Hindi,” reported Pinkvilla.
“They were keen to do a Hindi remake but the buzz is that Salman only recently acquired the remake rights of Mulshi Pattern and will make an announcement soon. But instead of Pravin Tarde, Abhiraj Minawala will be directing the remake,” the trade analyst added.
A trade analyst had said that Salman Khan loved the concept of Mulshi Pattern, as it revolves around the rural-urban conflict that usually happens when farmers sell their lands for the sake of money and their children resort to violence when the money runs out.
In the Hindi remake of Mulshi Pattern, Salman Khan will reprise Upendra Limaye’s role while Aayush Sharma will play the gangster, which was played by Om Bhutkar in the original film.
The Bajrangi Bhaijaan star will be playing a cop in the drama, involved in a cat and mouse chase with Aayush who essays the role of a gangster. And now, we can tell you that the makers have found the appropriate title for the Hindi version as well.
DHAK can turn out to be a career changer for Aayush Shamra as it is an extremely challenging role for him.