Mumbai, April, 8 (CINEWS): Trinity Movies, an establishment organization attached to Eros Amusement, helmed by the prominently ambitious Ajit Thakur, is good to go to change the 1971 uber blockbuster Haathi Mere Saathi.
Said to be the greatest hit of Rajesh Khanna’s blockbuster vocation, Haathi Mere Saathi recounted the account of the extreme relationship between a man and his pet elephant. The film broke all film industry records and praised a “jewel” celebration (a 100-week keep running) in numerous focuses.
Haathi Negligible Saathi was coordinated by Tamil chief M A Thurumugham. The redo will be coordinated by another Tamil executive Prabhu Solomon.
Be that as it may, it won’t be anything but difficult to do a redo of a film where a creature assumes an essential part, cautions the head of the edit board Pahlaj Nihalani.
“The Creature Welfare board is continually checking everything to do with creatures in our movies. What was satisfactory 45 years prior won’t be adequate today. In the first Haathi Negligible Saathi the elephant was murdered. The Creature Welfare Board won’t permit that. There was a superhit tune ‘Chal Simple Haathi’ where the elephant pulls Rajesh Khanna and Tanuja’s separated auto. Again this would not be affirmed by the Creature Welfare board,” says Nilahani.
However Ajit Thakur, the maker of the revamp, keeps up the change would be altogether different from the first Haathi Insignificant Saathi.