Kill Director Nikhil Nagesh Bhat Expresses Pride In Its Hollywood Remake Stating, “It’s A Proud Moment to See An Indian Film Being Remade”

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Director Nikhil Nagesh Bhat’s movie “Kill,” scheduled to debut this Friday, is set to receive a Hollywood remake produced by the team behind the “John Wick” franchise.

 

 

Kill Director Nikhil Nagesh Bhat Expresses Pride In Its Hollywood Remake Stating, “It’s A Proud Moment to See An Indian Film Being Remade”

This is what director Nikhil Nagesh Bhat said, “I feel incredibly fortunate that Chad Stahelski, Jason Spitz, and Alex Young of 87Eleven will produce the remake of this Indian film. It’s a source of pride that an Indian film is being remade. Typically, it’s the reverse scenario, making this a significant achievement for Indian Cinema, especially as the original film has yet to be released.”

At the moment, Nikhil is trying to make Indian films that reach a global audience beyond just the NRI viewership. “I truly aspire to bring Indian stories to the world stage because I believe we have countless tales to share,” he expressed. “I am deeply grateful to my producers Karan Johar and Guneet Monga for making this vision a reality.”

After its screening at the Toronto International Film Festival last year, “Kill” received widespread acclaim outside India. In its glowing review, Variety stated, “In the unexpectedly strong category of train-driven action films, ‘Kill’ surpasses ‘Bullet Train’… As brutal a film as the country has ever produced, ‘Kill’ is a strikingly graphic action display from an industry that often portrays violence in a more stylized manner. Perhaps ‘Overkill’ would have been a more fitting title.”

 

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