"This is a very special film for me because this story, the plot of the film, was thought of nine years ago. It's a film that I have travelled around with. I took this film to a friend of mine to direct. (Now) I would like to remake this film in Hindi with Mr.Bachchan. Let's see how things fall in place," Prithviraj told IANS.
Asked if he has already approached Big B for the remake, he said: "No, I haven't approached him yet. I would like Mr. Bachchan to see this film, but I am assuming he will like the film at least. It's just a dream."
"The response has been fantastic for this film and unfortunately this is the first time I am not in Kerala, during the release so feeling strange," added the 30-year-old.
Prithviraj made his Bollywood debut opposite Rani Mukerji in the recently released "Aiyyaa", which has garnered a mixed response. But he is happy.
"Some have liked the film, some have not liked the film. But personally, I feel the film has created a lot of buzz for me. I didn't expect people to suddenly take interest in me, so I am getting lot of calls and people want me to hear lot of scripts.
"As a debutant (in Bollywood), I couldn't have asked for anything more. If you want to get noticed and that is the endeavour, then yes 'Aiyyaa' has worked for me somewhere," he said.