Bollywood’s hitmakers, Karan Johar and Guneet Monga, are on fire again! This time, they’re breathing new life into the magic of the French sensation, The Intouchables, but in Hindi. Remember the buzz when they rocked the world with their film KILL at the Toronto International Film Festival? Gear up for another cinematic treat.
This new venture follows closely on the success of their previous blockbuster. Under the direction of Collin D’Cunha, this film is a testament to the blossoming partnership between Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions and Guneet Monga Kapoor’s Sikhya Entertainment. The original from 2011, crafted by Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, became a global heart-throb. Starring François Cluzet and Omar Sy, it’s a story that resonates deeply. Now, our Bollywood biggies are aiming to weave that narrative, adding a sprinkle of Indian culture.
Karan Johar’s passion shines through as he shares, “Tackling The Intouchables is both a joy and a puzzle. We’re gearing up to wrap this French gem with a touch of Indian flavor. Pairing up with Guneet feels like home, and I’m confident our take will strike a chord with everyone.”
Guneet Monga Kapoor, equally thrilled, chimes in, “Bringing The Intouchables to life for the Hindi audience feels like capturing lightning in a bottle. After the pulse-pounding KILL, we’re turning the pages to a heartfelt dramedy. Our adventures with Dharma are painting a vibrant cinematic canvas, and it’s a ride we’re loving!”
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