Last week, skilled entertainer Taapsee Pannu shocked everybody by reporting that she has turned maker with Outsiders Films. It likewise became exposed that her lady adventure would be a film named Blurr. The banner of this Ajay Bahl-coordinated spine-chiller was likewise revealed and it produced energy. Before long, it’s an authority revamp of the 2010 Spanish movie Julia’s Eyes, coordinated by Guillem Morales and composed by him and Oriol Paulo. Oriol Paulo, curiously, later coordinated The Invisible Guest (2016), which was revamped in Hindi as Badla (2019), additionally featuring Taapsee Pannu.

Today, an announcement was made that Ritiesh Deshmukh will feature in a pivotal role in a Marathi film, titled Arusha. It also stars Manjari Fadnnis (of Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na fame) and Pushkar Jog and is directed by Kabir Lal. The latter has also been a reputed cinematographer who had worked on Riteish’s first film, Tujhe Meri Kasam (2003).

Interestingly, Adrushya, as per reports, is also an adaptation of Julia’s Eyes. And that’s not all. Kabir Lal is remaking this film in Bengali, Tamil, and Telugu as well. The Bengali remake, moreover, is already on floors and is titled Antardrishti, starring Rituparna Sengupta. Along with the Marathi version, Riteish also features in the Bengali version, but in a cameo. He plays the role of the boss of Rituparna’s character at a prize distribution ceremony. Today, an announcement was made that Ritiesh Deshmukh will feature in a pivotal role in a Marathi film, titled Arusha. It also stars Manjari Fadnnis (of Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na fame) and Pushkar Jog and is directed by Kabir Lal. The latter has also been a reputed cinematographer who had worked on Riteish’s first film, Tujhe Meri Kasam (2003).

Interestingly, Adrushya, as per reports, is also an adaptation of Julia’s Eyes. And that’s not all. Kabir Lal is remaking this film in Bengali, Tamil, and Telugu as well. The Bengali remake, moreover, is already on floors and is titled Antardrishti, starring Rituparna Sengupta. Along with the Marathi version, Riteish also features in the Bengali version, but in a cameo. He plays the role of the boss of Rituparna’s character at a prize distribution ceremony.

The shoot of Adrushya is as of now finished while that of Antardrishti is going on. The Tamil redo, Un PaarvaiIyil, is driven by Gayathrie Shankar. Then again, the Telugu redo, Agochara, stars Esha Chawla. The shoots of the Southern changes are likewise going on.

Both Taapsee Pannu’s Blurr and Riteish Deshmukh’s Marathi film Adrushya are based on the Spanish film Julia’s Eyes; 3 more regional remakes are also on floors

Julia’s Eyes is the story of a woman who is slowly losing her sight whilst trying to investigate the mysterious death of her twin sister.  With its 5 remakes being made in 5 different languages, it remains to be seen which film would be out first. Rituparna Sengupta said in a recent interview that Antardrishti would release first. Whether that happens or whether Blurr or some other remake manages to make it to cinemas first remains to be seen.

A similar scenario had emerged some years back with the remakes of the 2013 acclaimed Malayalam film, Drishyam, starring Mohanlal. The Hindi remake was also titled Drishyam and it starred Ajay Devgn and Tabu. It was out in 2015, 5 weeks before the Tamil remake, Papanasam, starring Kamal Haasan. 3 more remakes were also made – Drishya (2014) in Kannada, Dharmayuddhaya (2017) in Sinhala and Sheep Without A Shepherd (2019) in Chinese.

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