Vijay Deverakonda is super excited about the success of his latest outing Dear Comrade. The movie is running successfully in jam-packed theatres. Ahead of the release, Vijay Deverakonda met Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar and secured the Hindi remake rights of Dear comrade for 6 crores.
Reports suggest that Karan Johar asked Devarakonda to make his Bollywood debut and offered 40 crore rupees. But, Devarakonda refused the offer politely, it is said. Earlier, he was offered to play the lead role in the Arjun Reddy Hindi remake, Kabir Singh but he refused to play the same role again.
"Doing Hindi films is interesting but I want to do something that is Telugu and Hindi, Devarakonda said in reply to media persons.
On the work front, the actor will be working with the director Kranthi Madhav, for his upcoming venture.