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Ajay Devgn's Drishyam Franchise Expands Globally, Hollywood Remake Confirmed!

Ajay Devgn's iconic Drishyam franchise, known for its gripping narrative, is set to conquer Hollywood. Collaborating with Gulfstream Pictures and JOAT Films, Panorama Studios aims to produce the film in English, following its success in various languages worldwide. This move marks a significant milestone in Indian cinema's global reach.

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One of India's most celebrated actors, Ajay Devgn, is making waves internationally with his renowned Drishyam franchise. This beloved suspense thriller series is embarking on a global journey, with plans for a Hollywood remake. Panorama Studios, led by chairman and managing director Kumar Mangat Pathak, has announced a collaboration with Gulfstream Pictures and JOAT Films for this ambitious project.

Expressing enthusiasm for the venture, Pathak emphasized the universal appeal of Drishyam's narrative. He highlighted the intention to share this compelling story with audiences worldwide. The franchise's expansion into Hollywood follows successful adaptations in Korea and other global markets. Pathak envisions producing Drishyam in ten countries over the next few years, cementing its status as a truly international phenomenon.

Abhishek Pathak, director of the Hindi installment Drishyam 2, expressed gratitude for the overwhelming response from Indian audiences. He acknowledged their role in propelling the franchise to unprecedented success. The strength of Drishyam lies in its captivating storyline, which transcends cultural boundaries, making it ripe for global appreciation.

Gulfstream Pictures executives Mike Karz and Bill Bindley echoed these sentiments, praising Drishyam as a timeless thriller with a widespread fan base. They eagerly anticipate introducing the film to American audiences, recognizing its potential to captivate viewers across the United States.

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Interestingly, Drishyam's popularity extends beyond India, with successful remakes in various languages such as Sinhala, Chinese, Telugu, Tamil, and Kannada. The franchise's remarkable journey began with the original Malayalam version in 2013, starring Mohanlal and Meena. Since then, it has been remade in Hindi, featuring Ajay Devgn and Tabu in lead roles, garnering acclaim and admiration from audiences worldwide.

The announcement of Drishyam's Hollywood adaptation marks a significant milestone, underscoring the growing influence of Indian cinema on the global stage. As Ajay Devgn's franchise continues to enthrall audiences across borders, it reaffirms the universality of storytelling and the power of cinematic excellence.

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