Mumbai: Most Bollywood filmmakers are revisiting old classics for remakes, and veteran actress Deepti Naval, whose cult film ‘Chashme Buddoor’ is also being remade by David Dhawan, says she finds nothing wrong with the trend. She believes every director has the right to interpret a story in his way."Sequels are okay! I guess `Chashme Buddoor` is going to be made again, so I can`t say nahi hona chahiye (I can`t say they shouldn`t happen)," the 54-year-old actress told reporters here.In the past, Bollywood has seen remakes of films like ‘Umrao Jaan’, ‘Don’, ‘Sholay’ and ‘Devdas’. The ‘Chashme Buddoor’ remake will reportedly have Ali Zafar in the role played by Farooq Sheikh."If a film inspires a director, if there is something about the film which is kind of timeless and some director wants to approach it again and re-interpret it in his or her own way, I think they should have the freedom to do that," added Deepti.
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