Thiruvananthapuram: Director Roshan Andrews' recent Malayalam release Mumbai Police starring Prithviraj, Jayasurya and Rahman in leads, has got good opening and gone on to set new records at the Mollywood Box Office. The elated director is now taking it to the other big film industries like Bollywood, Kollywood and Tollywood. Yes! He has plans to remake the film in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
In a chat with a leading English newspaper, Roshan Andrews has confirmed his plans to remake Mumbai Police in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. The director says that a leading production house has bought the remake rights of the movie much before he started shooting for it. The negotiations are still going on and he hopes to finalise everything within a couple of months.
When asked about whether he would rope in Prithviraj, Jayasurya and Rahman for the remake versions of Mumbai Police, Roshan Andrews says that he has not finalised any actor for this multi-lingual project. Meanwhile, the director adds that Prithviraj has already made his mark in both South as well as North India. Considering his popularity, he will be a part of the remakes.
Roshan Andrews also confirms that he will be directing the remake versions of Mumbai Police in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi, which will make his directorial debut in these industries. But he will not helm its Kannada version. "I am looking forward to making it in other languages. Since I don't know Kannada, I have opted out of the project," TOI quotes the director as saying.