Drishyam is the seventh remake of the film, but not in Indian languages, but in an international language - Proudly Malayalees

Mohanlal’s Drishyam’s seventh remake to Indonasian language

Drishyam was released in the year 2013. It was one of the milestones in Malayalam cinema. Drishyam was the first 50 crore movie in Malayalam. Mohanlal played the lead role of George Kutty in the film. The film was directed by Antony Perumbavoor. Directed by Jeethu Joseph, the film was later remade in 6 languages.

In Tamil, Kamal Haasan played the central character. In Telugu, the central character was played by Venkatesh. In Kannada, Ravichandran played the central character. In Hindi, Ajay Devgn played the lead role. In addition, the film has been remade into Sinhala and Chinese. The scene was also the first Indian film to be remade into Chinese. The film was a huge success in all these languages. Now the seventh remake of the movie is getting ready.

The film is being remade in Indonesian. The line-up of Drishyam Cinema has officially announced this on social media. The movie audience says that this is a proud moment for the Malayalees. The second part of the movie Drishyam was also released recently. The second part is being remade in every language in which the film was remade.

Scene 2 was released on Amazon. The film received rave reviews. The Kannada version of the film is currently shooting. Meanwhile, the Telugu version has completed shooting and is gearing up for release. The Hindi version has been announced. It is learned that the shooting will start soon. Only the Tamil version has not been officially announced yet. It is expected to happen soon.