Andhadhun’s second remake, Bhramam, released today. With a Tamil one underway, it’s among the most remade Hindi films in the South. But with South films getting a Hindi version almost every month, which is exactly the most remade South Indian film?
The teaser of ‘Virata Parvam’ tells us that it’s not going to be a movie that’ll be brimming with roses for the living or the dead. It’s going to be a hard-hitting drama that will question the government’s apathy towards the lower castes.
Kaadan also stars Vishnu Vishal, Zoya Hussain, and Shriya Pilgaonkar. The movie is made in three languages – along with the Tamil version, it’s also releasing in Hindi as Haathi Mere Saathi and in Telugu as Aranya.
Now that there’s been a homecoming of audiences to theatres, post-Master, filmmakers across four languages in South India have announced a spate of films. Satvik Kumar gives you the lowdown on the releases.
Maara streams from January 8 on Amazon Prime Video. As you get ready to watch Madhavan and Shraddha Srinath recreate the charm of Dulquer Salmaan and Parvathy in Charlie, Satvik Sampath Kumar lists 11 Tamil films that have Malayalam roots.