‘Drishyam‘ directed by Jeethu Joseph featuring Mohanlal is getting one more change in an unknown dialect. The Drishyam establishment is good to go to be changed in the Indonesian language. Antony Perumbavoor, the producer of the film has taken to his web-based media handle to report the wonderful shock. Drishyam has as of now been revamped into 4 Indian dialects and 2 unknown dialects and the impending will stamp the seventh redo.
“We are happy to announce that ‘Drishyam’ has become the first Malayalam film to be remade in the Indonesian language. The film is presented in Indonesia by PT Falcon, a company based in Jakarta. ‘Drishyam’ has already been remade in 4 Indian languages and 2 foreign languages. Moreover, ‘Drishyam’ is the first Malayalam film to be remade into Chinese. Directed by my dear friend Jeethu Joseph and starring Mohanlal Sir, ‘Drishyam’ is crossing the boundaries of languages and nations, and I share with you the joy and pride of being able to make this film,” Antony Perumbavoor shared.
Director Jeethu Joseph too expressed excitement. “Drishyam 1st Malayalam movie to remake in the Indonesian language,” he shared.
In the mean time, the first Drishyam establishment was made in the Malayalam language and it has two sections. The initial segment was delivered in 2013 and the second in 2021. The Malayalam film is a family dramatization bound with thriller components and both the movies were blockbusters. The accomplishment of ‘Drishyam’ spurred Jeethu Joseph to redo it into Tamil as ‘Papanasam’. The film was later changed in Kannada, Telugu, Hindi, Sinhala, and Chinese dialects.
In the meantime, Mohanlal and Jeethu Joseph are at present working at their next impending film named ’12th Man’. The shooting of the film is consistently advancing in Idukki. The film has a heavenly cast. The unique couple has likewise declared another film – ‘Ram’, and has shot a timetable of the film, preceding the flare-up of the Covid pandemic.