Mohanlal’s Drishyam Franchise Heads To Hollywood

Panorama Studios has acquired the international remake rights to Mohanlal's Malayalam movies Drishyam 1 and 2 from the original producers Aashirvad Cinemas.
Mohanlal’s Drishyam Franchise  Heads To Hollywood

Panorama Studios has acquired the international remake rights to Mohanlal's Malayalam movies Drishyam 1 and 2 from the original producers Aashirvad Cinemas. (Image Credit: Jeethu Joseph Instagram)

Panorama Studios has acquired the international remake rights of the Malayalam movies Drishyam and its sequel, from the original producers Aashirvad Cinemas.
Panorama Studios on Thursday said it had teamed up with Gulfstream Pictures and JOAT Films for the Hollywood remake of the Drishyam franchise.
Given the popularity of the franchise, it has to be noted that the film is also being developed in South Korea. Apart from that, there could be a development about the Spanish language version, as well.

Drishyam goes international

Drishyam is a Malayalam crime thriller which released in the year 2013. The film revolves around George kutty (Mohanlal) and his family, who come under the radar of the cops when Varun Prabhakar, the son of a police officer Geetha Prabhakar, goes missing. The movie was written and directed by Jeethu Joseph.
The film was remade in Hindi featuring Ajay Devgn in the lead. In Telugu, the film starred Daggubati Venkatesh. In Kannada, the film starred Ravichandran in the lead. The lead role in the Tamil version was played by Kamal Haasan.
The film's thunderous response won it attention from all over the world It was remade in Sinhala language as Dharmayuddhaya and in Chinese as Sheep Without a Shepherd, becoming the first Indian film to be remade in Mainland China.
The Indonesian remake was announced in September 2021, making it the first Indian film to be remade in Indonesian.

Panorama Studios say the film will be taken to 10 countries

Kumar Mangat Pathak, Chairman and Managing Director, Panorama Studios, said he was excited to celebrate the story of Drishyam with audiences worldwide. In his statement, he said, “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."
"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,” added producer Abhishek Pathak, who also directed Hindi film Drishyam 2.
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