Hollywood gears up for a remake of "Drishyam"

Hollywood gears up for a remake of "Drishyam"

Panorama Studios has partnered with Gulfstream Pictures and JOAT Films for the Hollywood adaptation of the film Drishyam...

 
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The Bollywood hit thriller "Drishyam" is set to undergo a Hollywood adaptation, with Panorama Studios partnering with Gulfstream Pictures and JOAT Films for the international remake of the movie. On Thursday 29 February, Kumar Mangat Pathak, Chairman and Managing Director of Panorama Studios, revealed that after its triumph in South Korea, the film will be adapted into English for Hollywood audiences.

Panorama Studios has secured the global remake rights for the Malayalam films Drishyam and Drishyam 2 from their original producers, Aashirvad Cinemas.

The Bollywood version of the film featured Ajay Devgan, Tabbu, and Shriya Saran, received substantial praise from audience. A movie remake is currently being developed in South Korea, and a fresh deal has just been signed for a Spanish-language version.

"We are very happy to collaborate with Gulfstream Pictures and JOAT Films to create this story in English for Hollywood. After Korea and Hollywood, our mission is to produce "Drishyam" in 10 countries in the next three to five years," Kumar Mangat Pathak, Chairman and Managing Director, of Panorama Studios, said in a statement.

Producer Abhishek Pathak, who also directed the Bollywood version of “Drishyam 2" said, “We have received immense love from our Indian audiences, who have made the "Drishyam" franchise a massive success. The strength of "Drishyam" lies in its story, and we want it to be enjoyed by audiences globally.

"The film is a timeless thriller that has entranced audiences across the globe. We can't wait to bring the movie to fans here in the U.S.," Karz and Bindley of Gulfstream Pictures said in a joint statement. The Gulfstream banners are known for giving movies like "Blended" and “Upgraded".

Source - The Indian Express

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