Charulatha makers sets example to entire Indian film industry

When many Indian filmmakers are free making foreign films without any acknowledgement for script and screenplay, here’s a surprise for you. The makers of Charulatha, starring Priyamani, have officially bought the rights of a Thai-Korean film, “Alone” (2007), and are remaking it in three languages – Telugu, Kannada and Tamil.
Alone is about a deceased Siamese twin returning to haunt surviving sister. Ponkumaran, a protege of K. Bhagyaraj and K. S. Ravikumar is directing the movie. National Award winning actress Priyamani is playing the role of conjoined twins. Mollywood actor Skanda is playing the male lead while Seetha, Saranya Ponvannan and Arthi play important. Sundar C Babu is scoring the music for this film, which would be released by Geetha Film Distribution in Telugu. The horror trilingual is produced by Ramesh Krishnamoorthy.