‘Love Today’ gets Bollywood remake from Phantom, AGS2 min read
The hit Tamil language romantic comedy “Love Today” will be remade in Hindi by Phantom Studios with original producer AGS Entertainment.
Directed by Pradeep Ranganathan, the Tamil film marks Ranganathan’s acting debut, starring Sathyaraj, Radhika Sarathkumar, Yogi Babu, Raveena Ravi and Evana in lead roles. The film follows two young lovers who are forced to exchange their phones for a day and the consequences.
“Love Today” was produced for $605,000 and went on to gross $12 million. It is currently streaming on Netflix. The cast and crew details of the Hindi-language version are yet to be revealed.
Phantom Studios was formerly Phantom Films, founded by renowned Indian filmmaker Anurag Kashyap (“Gangs of Wasseypur”) and his partner, director and producer Vikramaditya Motwane (“Bhavesh Joshi Superheroes”) Vikas Bahl (“Queen”) and producer Madhu Mantena. was done “in the trap”). Their seven-year partnership was called off in 2018.
Shrishti Bahl, formerly director of international originals at Netflix India, is the CEO of Phantom Studios, which was formed last year.
Behl said: “This entertaining look at love in today’s tech-advanced world is exactly the type of authentic and provocative storytelling that Phantom Studios has always stood for. As we embark on a new era at Phantom Studios, we will continue to innovate with our stories and storytellers, creating engaging and relevant content for diverse audiences delivered across multiple platforms.”
Kalpathi S. in 2006 by AGS Entertainment. Aghoram, Kalpati S. Ganesh and Kalpathi S. was founded by Suresh and produced “Santosh Subramaniam,” “Madrasapattinam,” “Onegan,” “Thani Oruvan” and “Bigil”.
Archana Kalpathi, Creative Producer, AGS Entertainment said: “It was a no brainer to join hands with Phantom Studios with their reputation of always striving to make good movies and we look forward to working with them. As a production house, we constantly strive to explore new horizons and provide the best entertainment to our audience. ‘Love Today’ is a project very close to our hearts and we are thrilled to share this story with a wider audience.”
The Hindi remake of “Love Today” is expected to release in early 2024.