Where every Bollywood star is making their digital debut in 2021, joining the likes of Bollywood superstars Hrithik Roshan, Shahid Kapoor, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn is the latest new entrant Arjun Rampal. Latest news scoop of the day is that Arjun’s Netflix film Penthouse is hindi remake of Belgian film The Loft.
The suave and dapper Bollywood star Arjun Rampal who has cemented his niche in this industry by proving his merit and credibility as a versatile star and is loved by fans and audiences for his unconventional roles that he pulls off effortlessly with perfection, is ready to surprise his fans and audiences with the Netflix film titled Penthouse. an interesting tit bit of news in this is that Arjun’s Netflix film Penthouse is hindi remake of Belgian film The Loft.
According to the latest media reports, Arjun’s Netflix film Penthouse is hindi remake of Belgian film The Loft. The digital web film which went on floors for filming in November 2020, has now completed shooting only a few weeks ago itself. The web film marks the digital debut of ace Bollywood film maker duo Abbas Mustan.
According to latest reports by a leading digital entertainment portal, this thriller themed film is a hindi remake of the Belgian film titled The Loft which was released 7 years back in 2014. The Loft which has been directed by Erick Van Looy is an erotic themed thriller movie with a gripping and intriguing story about five married men who together own a penthouse where they go to meet their mistresses.
But the twist in the tale comes when they all discover a dead body in their Penthouse which ends up giving all of five of them a nightmare and by chilling their bones. The film goes on unfolding for audiences through the flashbacks, which itself is a remake of 20008 year’s dutch language film. The source also revealed to the digital entertainment portal, “The theme of The Loft is universal. Swinging-dick businessmen cheating on their wives translates to any culture. Abbas Mastan has adapted the Belgium film to the Indian context with a slight change in the plot twist to keep the mystery intact even for those who have seen the original”.
The film has been made in such a way that it would end up keeping audiences glued to their seats along with giving them an adrenaline rush of sorts and will pique their curiosity as well throughout and would be releasing on global streaming giant platform Netflix by mid 2021.
The source furthermore, also added, “It has been made as a typical Abbas-Mustan entertainer that keeps the audiences in the dark until the very end. The film is now in the post-production stage and will premiere on Netflix towards mid-this year”.