Indian author Ashwin Sanghi’s 2012 novel The Krishna Key will soon be adapted into a movie and a web-series. Eros International has bought the rights for the thriller, which follows a historian who has been accused of murder. The story has elements of crime, fantasy and mythology.
Eros International announced the project on Twitter yesterday:
Eros International has acquired the rights to adapt the best-selling Indian author @ashwinsanghi’s anthropological thriller, #TheKrishnaKey into a theatrical film and original series for our Digital OTT South-Asian entertainment platform, @ErosNow. @RidhimaLulla
— Eros Now (@ErosNow) February 19, 2018
Sanghi’s other novels include The Rozabal Line, Sialkot Saga and Chanakya’s Chant.