Kavaludaari remake rights see high demand
The film received praises for the cast’s performances, especially for the combination of Rishi and Anant Nag
Appreciation has been pouring in for Hemanth M Rao’s latest directorial Kavaludaari, which has stepped into its third week. The good box-office collections of PRK Productions' first venture has led to the film receiving more attention across the country.
According to the director, filmmakers from Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi film industries are keen to remake Kavaludaari in their respective languages. If everything goes according to plan, the investigative noir will be out in four other languages and the makers will make an official announcement once things are finalised.
Kavaludaari received praises for the cast’s performances, especially for the combination of Rishi and Anant Nag, who plays a traffic cop and a retired inspector, respectively. The film’s music was scored by Charanraj and the cinematography was by Advaita Gurumurthy. It also features Achyuth Kumar, Suman Ranganath and Roshini Prakash in pivotal roles.