As a redo of famous Malayalam film which included Mohanlal ahead of the pack, desires are sure to be high from Ajay Devgn’s “Drishyam” which discharges today. Yet, the way that the Hindi revamp will see on-screen characters Tabu and Ajay – who are known for increasing current standards with their exhibitions – being hollowed against one another, has helped it acquire immense buzz since the time that its first trailer was discharged.
Coordinated by Nishikant Kamat, “Drishyam” is a homicide riddle situated in Goa. The film rotates around the life of Ajay Devgn (Vijay Salgaonkar) who plays a link administrator and ends up into a bad situation on being blamed for stealing cop Tabu’s child. Issues disturb when his family gets dragged into this homicide secret.
Will executive Nishikant, who packed away the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Marathi for his introduction film ‘Dombivali Fast’ in 2006, figure out how to leave an effect on the viewers with “Drishyam” too? Will the Hindi change surpass the movies accumulations of the first?