Karan Johar eager to buy remake rights of ‘Cauvery water’ after interpreting release of Cauvery water as release of the movie

13, Aug 2019 By Guest Patrakar

Bengaluru. Cauvery Water Management Authority has pulled up the Karnataka government and ordered it to release water to Tamil Nadu which is facing an acute water crisis. Karan Johar, who is all set to produce the Hindi remake of the Telugu film Dear Comrade under his production house Dharma Productions, has reportedly paid Rs. 6 crores for the remake rights of the film.

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As soon as he heard the news of the release of ‘Cauvery water’, he thought that Cauvery water is the name of a movie which is releasing down south. He is so excited nowadays to buy the rights of a south movie that as soon as he hears the word release, he goes to the producer to buy the remake rights.

Same is the case with ‘Cauvery water’. Karan was reading the newspaper today morning and he read the headline ‘Cauvery Water’ to be released soon. He soon boarded a private plane and landed in Bengaluru. Unable to find the makers of the movie Karan soon realized that ‘Cauvery Water’ means the actual waters of Cauvery which will be released in Tamil Nadu and its not a movie.

He has instructed his team to follow up on all releases and make sure that there is no goof-up like the one that happened today. The time that he wasted today could have been utilized to buy the rights of 5 more movies.