Mohanlal’s 'Drishyam' holds the record for being the first Malayalam film to have a remake in the Indonesian language. PT Falcon, a company based in Jakarta produces the film in Indonesia.
Aashirvad Cinemas, who produced ‘Drishyam’, shared the information through their social media account.
“Proud to share this news with you all, #Drishyam all the way to Indonesia! Mohanlal Antony Perumbavoor #Drishyam #JeethuJoseph;” Aashirvad Cinemas wrote on Facebook.
Talking about the happy news, Drishyam producer Antony Perumbavoor says that he is proud hearing the news. He added that he is proud as the film transcends the boundaries of languages.
“Directed by Jeethu Joseph and starring Mohanlal Sir, the film shares the joy and pride of making this film with each and every one of you as it transcends the boundaries of language and country;” said Antony Perumbavoor.
‘Drishyam’ directed by Jeethu Joseph is one of the best hits of all time in Malayalam. The film starred Mohanlal in the lead role. The film was later remade in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Hindi.
The film has been remade in two foreign languages, Sinhala and Chinese. Drishyam is the first Malayalam film to have a remake in Chinese.
Drishyam received widespread critical acclaim praising the screenplay, the performances, and the direction. It also became the longest-running film in the United Arab Emirates, running 125 days.