To be honest, I personally hated the Telugu original for it's misogynistic approach. I was even more miffed at the end when the film is credited to an actual person who actually committed suicide. I don't think that's a character worth not overhyping. He had everything yet chose to take the extreme step over a cheating girl. Anyhoo, the film however, takes a different approach & no such "suicide" is shown. It's as filmy as it could get.
To speak positively, RX 100 was raw & rustic. The bold scenes (for Telugu standards), unnecessary smooches again & again, may have pleased the front benchers, yet did gave the film it's authentic look. More than the hero, it is the heroine's character that gets to shine. Cinematography was top notch. So hope, the Hindi remake serves justice in this department. When it comes to "bold" scenes, they've already marketed the Hindi remake to be much bolder. If only a couple having sex in public places, shores of a river over & over again in a lengthy montage is the mark to surpass then Hindi remake doesn't really have much of a challenge.
Plus I expect the Neha Dhupia meme to come back alive at the time of this film's release. It will be fun to see the fragile ego of weak men get hurt again.