Mumbai, Oct 11: Ajay Devgn recently expressed his wish to do South Indian movies, however he feels the language can prove to be an obstacle if he ever gets a chance to do a South Indian movie. Interestingly, his upcoming release "Son Of Sardaar" is the remake of the Telegu flick by S.S Rajamouli titled "Maryada Ramanna".
When he was asked whether he would like to be a part of any Rajamouli films, Ajay replied that as he does not know the language, a lot of time will be required to learn it. But ofcourse if he gets a nice script then he is ready to do it. He also dubbed for the Hindi version of the superhit film by Rajamouli named "Makkhi" or "Eega". In fact, his wife Kajol too lend her voice for the opening sequence of the movie. In "Makkhi" we will see the protagonist doing a similar stunt as was done by Ajay for "son Of Sardaar".
The character will be seen balancing on two flies, as was done by Ajay by balancing on two horses for SOS. Ajay feels there is a give and take relationship amongst Kollywood and Bollywood. Earlier he has done films like "Singham" and "Yuva" which were remakes of Southern films.