Vineeth Sreenivasan’s ‘Hridayam’ will be remade in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi languages


Vineeth Sreenivasan’s directorial film ‘Hridayam’ including Pranav Mohanlal, Kalyani Priyadarshan, and Darshana Rajendran in lead jobs is at present running on the OTT platform, after its great success in theaters. It has been affirmed now that the film will be remade in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi dialects very soon.

The producers of ‘Hridayam’ have affirmed the same news. One of the main creation flags in India has sacked the remake rights of ‘Hridayam‘.

The Vineeth Srinivasan directorial featured Mollywood star Mohanlal’s son actor Pranav Mohanlal in the lead, while actors Dharshana Rajendran and Kalyani Priyadarshan were roped in to play the female leads. The film was written and directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan, best known for the 2012 blockbuster Thattathin Marayathu.

“It is a dream come true for our team, to be associating with these two prestigious and respected names in the industry. Thank you Madhavan sir, @karanjohar sir, and @apoorva1972 sir for your faith in our film. Heartfelt thanks to audiences all over the world for the immense love you have showered upon our film. ❤️,” the producers said while affirming the remake thing, through their online entertainment handle.

A melodic ‘Hridayam’ got a huge reaction, both from the cinephiles and critics. The film had about 15 tracks and the team also brought back audio cassettes and limited edition vinyl records to give a wholesome experience to the music lovers. ‘Hridayam’ recounted the tale of Arun Neelakandan (Pranav Mohanlal), who goes to Chennai to complete his education, and the event that occurs in his life framed its core.