While many star heroes often shy away from remake movies, Vijay has consistently embraced them. In fact, some of the biggest blockbusters of his career have been remakes. This willingness to take on remakes has kept him at the forefront, showcasing his versatility and appeal across different film industries.

Here are nine of his super hit remakes that have delighted fans and solidified his reputation in Kollywood.

Pelli Sandadi – Ninaithen Vandhai

The classic Telugu film ‘Pelli Sandadi,’ directed by K Raghavendra Rao and starring Srikanth, Ravali, and Deepti Bhatnagar, was a major hit. Vijay brought this success to Tamil cinema with the remake titled ‘Ninaithen Vandhai.’ Featuring Rambha and Devyani alongside Vijay and directed by K Selvabharathi, this film also achieved box office success.

Pavitra Bandham – Priyamaanavale

The combination of Venkatesh and Soundarya delivered many hits, with ‘Pavitra Bandham’ being one of them. Four years after its Telugu release, Vijay remade this film in Tamil as ‘Priyamaanavale.’ Directed once again by K Selvabharathi, the remake starred Simran opposite Vijay and became a super hit, resonating well with the Tamil audience.

Badri – Badri

The film ‘Badri’ holds a special place for Pawan Kalyan fans, showcasing his unique style. Directed by Puri Jagannadh, it was remade in Tamil with Vijay, retaining the same title. Bhumika and Monal starred alongside Vijay in this successful remake.

Chirunavvutho – Youth

Trivikram Srinivas’ beloved film ‘Chirunavvutho,’ starring Venu Thottempudi and Shaheen, was directed by G. Ram Prasad. Vijay remade it in Tamil as ‘Youth,’ directed by Vincent Selva, with Sandhya playing the heroine opposite Vijay.

Nuvvu Naku Nachav – Vaseegara

One of Venkatesh’s evergreen hits, ‘Nuvvu Naku Nachav,’ written by Trivikram and directed by Vijay Bhaskar, was remade by Vijay in Tamil as ‘Vaseegara.’ Directed by K Selvabharathi, this version featured Sneha as the heroine opposite Vijay.

Neetho – Sachin

‘Sachin’ is a film that endeared Vijay to the Tamil audience, transforming him into a lover boy. It is a remake of the Telugu film ‘Neetho.’ In the Tamil version, titled ‘Sachin,’ Vijay starred alongside Prakash Kovelamudi and Mahek Chahal, with the film achieving good collections in Tamil Nadu.

Okkadu – Ghilli

‘Ghilli,’ a Tamil remake of the Telugu hit ‘Okkadu’ starring Mahesh Babu, Bhumika, and Prakash Raj, catapulted Vijay to box office success. Even after 20 years, ‘Ghilli’ continues to draw substantial box office collections.

Athanokkade – Aathi

Vijay remade Kalyan Ram’s commercial hit ‘Athanokkade’ in Tamil as ‘Aathi’. Directed by Ramana and produced by SA Chandrasekhar, the film starred Vijay and Trisha in leading roles.

Pokiri – Pokiri

Vijay replicated the box office sensation of ‘Pokiri’ from Telugu to Tamil with an identical title. Just like its Telugu counterpart, the Tamil remake enjoyed tremendous success, captivating audiences for almost 200 days in theaters across Tamil Nadu.

By kianna

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