Actor-producer Komal Unawnay to remake Kannada film ‘RangiTaranga’ in Hindi

PTI, Nov 23, 2021, 6:05 PM IST

Mumbai: Actor-producer Komal Unawnay on Tuesday said she has acquired the official rights for the Hindi remake of ”RangiTaranga”, the award-winning Kannada film.

The 2015 mystery-thriller is written and directed by Anup Bhandari.

The original film featured Nirup Bhandari, Radhika Chetan, Avantika Shetty, and Saikumar in the lead. The story of ”RangiTaranga” revolves around a novelist (Bhandari) and his wife, Indhu (Chetan), who visit her ancestral house after she experiences repetitive nightmares. Subsequently, some unnatural occurrences unfold a mystery about Gautam’s forgotten past.

Unawnay, who has produced Marathi films like ”One Way Ticket” and ”Bicycle Boys”, said she fell in love with the plot when writer-filmmaker Lucky Hansraj narrated the story to her.

”This will be a trend changer in horror mystery (genre),” she said in a statement. Unawnay also said the team will soon announce the cast of the film. ”We will be releasing it next year. We have already started pre-production, also location recce is going on,” she added.

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