The film's producer revealed on Tuesday that Malayalam filmmaker Mahesh Narayanan, renowned for successes like "Take Off" and "Malik," is poised to make his Hindi debut with a thriller named "Phantom Hospital."
Priti Shahani, who previously produced highly acclaimed films such as "Talvar,"'Raazi," and "Badhaai Ho," will produce the suspenseful thriller. The film "Phantom Hospital" is based on a groundbreaking study of India's healthcare system. Shahani's newly formed production company, Tusk Tale Films, is working on the picture for the first time. The producer has stated that he will be working on the film alongside award-winning investigative journalist and novelist Josy Joseph. The screenplay of "Phantom Hospital" has been written by Narayanan and Akash Mohimen. The 39-year-old filmmaker said he is thrilled about making his first Hindi film.
"Phantom Hospital" is based on a "unique controversy in the healthcare industry," according to the creators. Joseph, the founder of Confluence Media, is certain that "Phantom Hospital" will be a ground-breaking film. "I am certain that 'Phantom Hospital' will be a ground-breaking film that will demonstrate Mahesh's mastery of the art and Priti's capacity to see difficult projects through," he added. The film is presently in the pre-production stage, and the cast will be finalized after that.