Mohanlal and Jeethu Joseph's Drishyam franchise is transcending boundaries and making its way to South Korea!

The classic thriller flick is set to be remade for South Korean audiences, allowing fans to experience the perfect blend of suspense, drama, and emotion in an entirely new light. We can't wait to see how this iconic franchise is being remade!

Drishyam, directed by Jeethu Joseph and starring Mohanlal, has already been remade in several languages, including Hindi. The announcement of the Korean remake was made at the India Pavilion during the Cannes Film Festival.

The Korean remake of Drishyam will be directed by renowned filmmaker Kim Jee-Woon, and popular actor Song Kang-ho, known for his role in the movie Parasite, will play the lead. The collaboration between Panorama Studios, Warner Bros' Anthology Studios, and Korean studios marks the first-ever partnership between an Indian and a Korean studio.

Mohanlal fans are ecstatic about the international recognition and the fact that a film from Mollywood is making its way global. This achievement highlights the global appeal and quality of Drishyam. Fans have expressed their pride and excitement on social media, acknowledging that while many Indian films have been inspired by or remade from Korean movies, this is the first time an Indian film, particularly from Mollywood, is being remade and released in Korea. The enthusiasm and positive reactions from fans reflect the impact and reputation of Drishyam as a successful and influential film.

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