Bollywood film Mickey Virus, which marks the acting debut of Manish Paul, is slated to hit the screens across the globe on October 25. Much before its release, the movie has reportedly got great demand in South Indian film industry. The production team claim that the Hindi film might be remade in Tamil and Telugu. The producer says that currently the talks are on for the sale of its rights.
Producer Vivek Rangachari of Dar Motion Pictures said, "We have been contacted by a number of parties from down South for Mickey Virus. We are negotiating the remake, merchandising and gaming rights with a few of them. We will take a call once the film releases."
Directed by debutant Saurabh Varma, Mickey Virus is a comedy thriller which features Manish Paul in the lead role. Set in Delhi, the film revolves around the story of a guy named Mickey Arora, who runs a grocery store in day time and creates viruses for anti-virus companies in the night along with his Tom boy friend Chutney (Puja Gupta). When Delhi Police comes across a case revolving around hacking, they begin their search to find a computer hacker who can help them crack this case. How Mickey will help them solve the case will form the crux of the story.