The Malayalam coming-of-age romantic drama film, Hridayam, directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan and starring Pranav Mohanlal, Kalyani Priyadarshan, Darshana Rajendran, Aswath Lal, Annu Antony, Kalesh Ramanand, Vijayaraghavan, Johny Antony and Abhishek Joseph George among others, was released earlier this year. The film, which turned out to be a blockbuster, has now officially been greenlit to be remade in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. On Friday, renowned Bollywood director, producer, screenwriter, and television personality Karan Johar's Dharma Productions acquired the Hridayam remake rights along with Fox Star Studios also announced to be a partner.

Karan Johan took to social media to announce that Hridayam will be made in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. Sharing the news, he wrote, "I am so delighted and honoured to share this news with you. Dharma Productions & Fox Star Studios have acquired the rights to a beautiful, coming-of-age love story, #Hridayam in Hindi, Tamil & Telugu – all the way from the south, the world of Malayalam cinema. Thank you @visakhsubramaniam & @cinemasmerryland for this huge win. Can't wait for you to see it! More updates incoming, stay tuned! @apoorva1972 @dharmamovies @foxstarhindi #FoxStarStudios"


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As of now, the cast and crew details of the Hridayam remakes remain unknown. Hridayam is a fun-filled drama set on an engineering college campus and deals with the love, break-ups, heartaches, and the discovery of life in the process. The film focuses on the emotional journey of Arun, played by Pranav Mohanlal, in his carefree bachelor days in an engineering college, and how he matures through various phases of life as he reflects on his misspent youth and the rocky road that brought him to adulthood.