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Updated: November 19, 2009 09:43 IST

Hrithik's 'Kites' being re-formatted in Hollywood for Western audiences

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Well known American filmmaker Brett Ratner is “editing” English version of Bollywood film ‘Kites’ to fit in the Western psyche, according to reports.

It may be the first for a Hollywood director formatting a Bollywood movie. Reports suggest that inter-cultural romance thriller ‘Kites’ has two versions — one for domestic Indian audience and another English version for international audiences. While the domestic version has been completed, the international version is still being formatted. The two versions were reportedly shot simultaneously in Hindi and English in Las Vegas (Nevada), New Mexico, and Los Angeles (California) in USA.

Acclaimed Indo-American statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) on Wednesday, welcomed Hollywood and Bollywood coming together, sharing resources on various creative and technical aspects of filmmaking. Since these world’s biggest moviemaking centres controlled the psyche of a large populace of the world, this might result in world coming closer, said Zed.

Directed by Anurag Basu, produced by Rakesh Roshan, with music by Rajesh Roshan, the bi-lingual Salsa dance based ‘Kites’ is said to be a love story that defies boundaries, cultures, rules, barriers and language. Proposed to be released next summer worldwide, it stars Hrithik Roshan, Uruguay born Mexican actress-model Barbara Mori, Kangana Ranaut, Nicholas Brown and Kabir Bedi.

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