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Mohanlal’s Drishyam to be remade in Korean, Parasite fame Song Kang-Ho to lead

Kumar Mangat Pathak’s Panaroma Studios, which made the Hindi remake of the film, is teaming up with South Korea’s Anthology Studios to make it happen.

The film Drishyam has gained cult status. The thriller starring Mohanlal was so captivating that it was translated into many different languages, including Hindi. Each of the remakes has been successful at the box office. The movie is now prepared to expand beyond Indian languages. The Korean remake of Drishyam was announced at the 76th Cannes Film Festival.

Currently, plans call for a Korean remake of Drishyam. In order to make it happen, South Korea’s Anthology Studios will collaborate with Kumar Mangat Pathak’s Panaroma Studios, which produced the Hindi version of the film. Song Kang-ho, who starred in Parasite, and Kim Jee-woon, who directed Cobweb, are also involved in the adaptation.

As a result, Drishyam will be the first film  to be formally translated into Korean. The remake will be co-produced by the two businesses, marking the first collaboration between an Indian and a Korean studio. The first installment’s production is anticipated to begin next year, according to a report in Deadline.

Kumar Mangat Pathak responded to the collaboration by telling Deadline that he is thrilled that the Drishyam series is being made in Korean, a first for a Hindi film. This will broaden its audience outside of India and promote Hindi film internationally. We have been moved by Korean cinema for years, and now one of Indian films has served as their inspiration.

Former Warner Bros executive and co-founder of Anthology Studios Jay Choi expressed his excitement at the prospect of remaking a hugely popular Hindi film with a dash of originality from Korean cinema. Furthermore, the remake is more significant because it is the first significant Korean-Indian joint production. By working together, they will be able to create a meaningful remake that is just as good as the original by combining the greatest elements of Indian and Korean cinema.

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