Ajay Devgn’s foray into Marathi films have began on the right note. The actor’s first film AAPLA MANUS which released in February this year has been a major hit with the critics and also at the box-office. Now the movie is going to get remade in Hindi and producer-director Ashutosh Gowarikar has picked up the remaking rights of the film. According to our sources, the filmmaker in this past week kept a special screening for the movie at a Juhu preview theatre especially for Sonakshi Sinha. The screening was a follow up after Sinha has okayed the script of the movie. The film is going to be directed by debutant Satish Rajwade who also directed the original. The makers are now going to lock the remaining cast and wish to roll the movie in the next few months. Apala Manus is an adaptation of Marathi play Katkon Trikon written by Vivek Bele. The original featured Nana Patekar, Iravati Harshe and Sumeet Raghavan in key roles.