One of the most controversial but quite a successful movie of 2019 was Aadai, which had Amala Paul in the lead. This thriller movie, directed by Rathna Kumar, was produced by Viji Subramaniam for SK Studios and created quite a stir, right from the time the movie's first look was revealed. As is commonly known, Aadai stirred up a lot of controversy for having Amala Paul in a number of nude sequences. However, all these sequences were very aesthetically shot and did not have any vulgarity in them. Vijay Karthik Kannan's cinematography and Amala Paul's bold acting were very highly appreciated. Following the success of Aadai, there have been reports of the movie being remade, in a number of languages. Some recent rumours suggested that Kangna Ranaut would be reprising Amala Paul's role in the Hindi remake of Aadai. The Hindi remake rights of Aadai are with actor Arun Pandian’s A&P Groups who had earlier issued a strong statement clarifying that they hold the remake rights of Aadai for all the languages and that they have already collaborated with a leading production house in Mumbai for the Hindi remake. In their statement, they had also clarified that Kangna Ranaut was not approached for the lead role in the Hindi remake. 
Now the latest report from B-Town stats that actress Shraddha Kapoor has apparently agreed to feature in the remake of Aadai. She has allegedly given her consent to feature in this bold role that Amala Paul played in Tamil. The script has a lot of scope to reach even the international audiences, it would be made on a grand scale with high production values. It also stated that the cast and crew of the Hindi remake would be announced once they are all finalised. Following a series of poorly received films, her highest-grossing releases came with the comedy horror Stree, the action thriller Saaho, and the comedy-drama Chhichhore. So, her recent films have given her a good fortune and we hope she can keep the successful run going with the remake of Aadai. Let us wait for the official confirmation from the makers of Aadai.