The recently unveiled teaser for the upcoming film “Hi Nanna,” starring Nani and Mrunal Thakur, has ignited a substantial whirlwind of excitement across various social media platforms. Directed by Shouryuv and graced by the presence of the adorable baby Kiara Khanna and veteran actor Jayaram, “Hi Nanna” is slated to grace the big screen on December 7.
Nonetheless, amidst the heightened anticipation, a wave of rumors has been surging through social media circles, suggesting that “Hi Nanna” might be an unofficial adaptation of the popular Tamil comedy-drama “Dada.” The basis for these speculations largely revolves around the posters of both films, which do share some striking similarities. In particular, both posters feature the film’s hero reclining with his child, alongside the heroine.
Nani and the filmmakers have steadfastly asserted that “Hi Nanna” is an entirely original script, firmly discrediting any claims of it being a remake. They argue that poster similarities should not be taken as conclusive evidence of the films sharing the same storyline.
The film’s team took the opportunity to reiterate their stance during the press meet, emphasizing that “Hi Nanna” is not a remake. They remain confident that the impending trailer release will quell these persistent rumors and affirm the film’s distinctiveness. Until then, the mystery surrounding “Hi Nanna” continues to captivate film enthusiasts.