According to the information, Panorama Studios and Anthology Studios have announced a partnership for the 'Drishyam' franchise remake in Korean. Movie critic Taran Adarsh also confirmed the news.
The official announcement was made at India Pavilion, managed by FICCI, during the ongoing Cannes Film Festival.
"This would be the first-ever collaboration between an Indian and Korean studio and the first time an Indian film is being officially remade in the Korean language," Taran Adarsh tweeted.
BIGGG NEWS… ‘DRISHYAM’ TO BE REMADE IN KOREAN LANGUAGE: PANORAMA STUDIOS - ANTHOLOGY STUDIOS MAKE OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT AT CANNES… #KumarMangatPathak’s #PanoramaStudios and #AnthologyStudios announce a partnership for the remake of #Drishyam franchise in #Korea.
The official… pic.twitter.com/1kw8eRaAN6 — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 21, 2023
Anthology Studios is founded by former Warner Bros local Korean production head Jay Choi, Parasite actor Song Kang Ho and acclaimed director Kim Jee Woon.
Mohanlal's Drishyam (2013), a Malayalam crime thriller, written and directed by Jeethu Joseph.
The huge success of the film led to remakes and sequels in four Indian languages-- 'Drishya' (2014) in Kannada, 'Drushyam' (2014) in Telugu, 'Papanasam' (2015) in Tamil, and 'Drishyam' (2015) (Hindi).
In the Hindi version, Ajay Devgn played the key role.