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Aishwarya to direct Rajinikanth in Oh My God remake!

Chennai, Nov 8 (): Reports say superstar Rajinikanth possibly would remake “Oh My God” of Akshay Kumar in Telugu and Tamil. They also say Aishwarya Dhanush, Rajinikanth’s elder daughter might direct the remake version. Aishwarya started her directorial venture with 3.

Sources say that Aishwaryaa is still having talks with Akshay Kumar. However they are yet to officially sign on this.

Aishwarya Dhanush’s younger sister and second daughter of Rajinikanth, Soundarya Ashwin is directing her father Rajinikanth in Kochadaiyaan. It looks like Aishwarya also wishes to follow the footsteps of her sister and direct her father.

Oh My God is the recent release of Akshay Kumar in Hindi. The movie won critical appreciation and did decent business in Bollywood. Aishwarya Dhanush went to Mumbai recently, where she met Akshay Kumar and reports say she discussed about the possibilities of remaking ‘Oh My God’.

The next rumour that goes around is that Dhanush might also play an important role in the project. The story of Oh My God is about an antique store keeper who files a case against God. And one day, lord Krishna appears before him to solve his problem.

In the Hindi version of the movie, Oh My God, Paresh Rawal and Mithun Chakraborty play the main roles. Akshay Kumar did the role of Lord Krishna. The movie is inspired by a Gujarati stage play ‘Kanji Viruddh Kanji’.

It was said Rajini would play the Lord Krishna role, which is represented by Akshay Kumar in the original version and Dhanush is expected to do the role played by Paresh Rawal.

In Aishwarya’s maiden directorial venture ’3′, she directed her husband, the National Award winning actor Dhanush and Shruthi Haasan in lead roles. The ‘Kolaveri’ song from the movie went viral all over the world.

After the hit of the song “Kolaveri Di”, the movie, ’3′ was much expected to do well in the box office. But, the movie did not sizzle at the box office though it was appreciated in numerous film festivals.