Shaktimaan, undoubtedly India’s most popular superhero to date, is slated to make his big screen debut, according to Sony Pictures India. A trilogy based on the Indian superhero Shaktimaan will be released for fans.
For the movie trilogy, Sony Pictures India has worked with the show’s original producer Mukesh Khanna’s Bheeshm International and Brewing Thoughts, as well as the show’s original producer Mukesh Khanna’s Bheeshm International and Brewing Thoughts. Shaktimaan was played by Khanna in the original series.
On Thursday, Sony Pictures released a teaser for the Shaktimaan film on its YouTube site. The teaser video’s description claims that the studio is attempting to “recreate the enchantment of the famous superhero” and that the film would star one of the country’s biggest stars.
Sony Pictures India has announced that it would collaborate with the original TV series’ producer, Pandit Gangadhar Vidhyadhar Mayadhar Omkarnath Shastri, who also reprised the dual character of Shaktimaan and his other ego, Pandit Gangadhar Vidhyadhar Omkarnath Shastri.
“It’s time for our desi Superhero!” the studio tweeted on Thursday, following the great success of its numerous superhero flicks in India and throughout the world.
There is yet no information on who will direct the films or who will appear in them. Since its debut in 1997, the original Shaktimaan TV series has amassed a considerable fan following, particularly among younger viewers, and has broadcast in Hindi for eight years. There is also no information about a publication date.
Shaktimaan will be Sony Pictures India’s first foray into the Indian superhero genre, and the studio claims it would enlist the help of parent company Sony Pictures Entertainment and its Culver City, California, headquarters to have access to cutting-edge filmmaking and postproduction technologies.
Sony Pictures International Productions stated that they had purchased the film adaptation rights to Shaktimaan in order to turn it into a superhero trilogy for the big screen. The cast for the film has yet to be released, as well as the director’s pick.
Shaktimaan will be Sony Pictures India’s first foray into the Indian superhero market, and the studio says it will tap into the expertise of its parent company, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and its Culver City, California, headquarters for access to cutting-edge filmmaking and post-production technology. Let’s hope this homage does not disappoint!
Shaktimaan is now trending heavily on the Internet, according to Friday’s trends report. Sony Pictures India said on Thursday that it will support the cinematic adaptation of the famous superhero TV programme, with a top performer in the main role.
The film’s cast has yet to be confirmed, but a series of memes from fans and nostalgia-soaked messages has already begun. Shaktimaan, India’s first superhero programme, which broadcast on Doordarshan from 1997 to 2005, is claimed to be the country’s first superhero show.
In it, veteran actor Mukesh Khanna portrayed the famed superhero Pandit Gangadhar Vidyadhar Mayadhar Omkarnath Shastri and his alter ego Pandit Gangadhar Vidyadhar Mayadhar Omkarnath Shastri.