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Jon Favreau’s ‘Chef’ Movie Is Getting a Bollywood Remake

Jon Favreau’s ‘Chef’ Movie Is Getting a Bollywood Remake


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The film will star popular Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan

Chef will be remade ‘for the Indian palate while retaining the flavour of the original,’ according to Variety.

Chef — the film that featured Jon Favreau as the chef who leaves his position at an upscale restaurant to start his own food truck after a terrible review that hits too close to home — is being remade for Bollywood, according to Variety. The film will star popular Indian actor Saif Ali Khan in Favreau’s role, though not much else is known. A director has yet to be chosen.

The original film enlisted the help of LA chef Roy Choi as a culinary consultant, and Choi actually created all the food that appears in Chef, so it’s possible that this remake, which is being “adapted for the Indian palate while retaining the flavor of the original,” will also hire a chef to consult over the menu.

“I’m excited to see how this personal film translates to the Indian culture,” Favreau said. “The themes of food, music and family should resonate well.”

Thanks to the first Chef, meanwhile, Favreau and Choi have been able to resurrect El Jefe, the food truck featured in the film, a number of times, and have hinted that the truck may one day become its own restaurant.


'Chef': Bollywood Remake Of Jon Favreau Movie To Feature Saif Ali Khan (PHOTO)

Jon Favreau's indie flick "Chef" will be remade into a Bollywood film, and Saif Ali Khan will take the lead role in the Hindi-language re-creation of an acclaimed chef who quits his restaurant job and reinvents himself by starting his own food truck, according to Variety.

The Bollywood remake, which does not have a director yet, will be produced by Abundantia Entertainment, Eros International and Alumbra Entertainment, the companies announced on Wednesday. Eros International will handle the film's distribution worldwide.

Abundantia acquired the rights to the film from Fairview Entertainment, a production company founded by Favreau, who not only starred in the original but also wrote and directed the film.

"Ever since I first saw 'Chef, I knew that this film had to be made in India," said Abundantia founder Vikram Malhotra, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Charming relationships, a feel-good story and a unique journey of self-discovery make 'Chef' the ideal film to bring alive in an Indian context."

"I'm delighted to see Chef get an Indian remake," Favreau said, according to Entertainment Weekly. "I'm excited to see how this personal film translates to the Indian culture. The themes of food, music and family should resonate well."


'Chef': Bollywood Remake Of Jon Favreau Movie To Feature Saif Ali Khan (PHOTO)

Jon Favreau's indie flick "Chef" will be remade into a Bollywood film, and Saif Ali Khan will take the lead role in the Hindi-language re-creation of an acclaimed chef who quits his restaurant job and reinvents himself by starting his own food truck, according to Variety.

The Bollywood remake, which does not have a director yet, will be produced by Abundantia Entertainment, Eros International and Alumbra Entertainment, the companies announced on Wednesday. Eros International will handle the film's distribution worldwide.

Abundantia acquired the rights to the film from Fairview Entertainment, a production company founded by Favreau, who not only starred in the original but also wrote and directed the film.

"Ever since I first saw 'Chef, I knew that this film had to be made in India," said Abundantia founder Vikram Malhotra, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Charming relationships, a feel-good story and a unique journey of self-discovery make 'Chef' the ideal film to bring alive in an Indian context."

"I'm delighted to see Chef get an Indian remake," Favreau said, according to Entertainment Weekly. "I'm excited to see how this personal film translates to the Indian culture. The themes of food, music and family should resonate well."


'Chef': Bollywood Remake Of Jon Favreau Movie To Feature Saif Ali Khan (PHOTO)

Jon Favreau's indie flick "Chef" will be remade into a Bollywood film, and Saif Ali Khan will take the lead role in the Hindi-language re-creation of an acclaimed chef who quits his restaurant job and reinvents himself by starting his own food truck, according to Variety.

The Bollywood remake, which does not have a director yet, will be produced by Abundantia Entertainment, Eros International and Alumbra Entertainment, the companies announced on Wednesday. Eros International will handle the film's distribution worldwide.

Abundantia acquired the rights to the film from Fairview Entertainment, a production company founded by Favreau, who not only starred in the original but also wrote and directed the film.

"Ever since I first saw 'Chef, I knew that this film had to be made in India," said Abundantia founder Vikram Malhotra, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Charming relationships, a feel-good story and a unique journey of self-discovery make 'Chef' the ideal film to bring alive in an Indian context."

"I'm delighted to see Chef get an Indian remake," Favreau said, according to Entertainment Weekly. "I'm excited to see how this personal film translates to the Indian culture. The themes of food, music and family should resonate well."


'Chef': Bollywood Remake Of Jon Favreau Movie To Feature Saif Ali Khan (PHOTO)

Jon Favreau's indie flick "Chef" will be remade into a Bollywood film, and Saif Ali Khan will take the lead role in the Hindi-language re-creation of an acclaimed chef who quits his restaurant job and reinvents himself by starting his own food truck, according to Variety.

The Bollywood remake, which does not have a director yet, will be produced by Abundantia Entertainment, Eros International and Alumbra Entertainment, the companies announced on Wednesday. Eros International will handle the film's distribution worldwide.

Abundantia acquired the rights to the film from Fairview Entertainment, a production company founded by Favreau, who not only starred in the original but also wrote and directed the film.

"Ever since I first saw 'Chef, I knew that this film had to be made in India," said Abundantia founder Vikram Malhotra, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Charming relationships, a feel-good story and a unique journey of self-discovery make 'Chef' the ideal film to bring alive in an Indian context."

"I'm delighted to see Chef get an Indian remake," Favreau said, according to Entertainment Weekly. "I'm excited to see how this personal film translates to the Indian culture. The themes of food, music and family should resonate well."


'Chef': Bollywood Remake Of Jon Favreau Movie To Feature Saif Ali Khan (PHOTO)

Jon Favreau's indie flick "Chef" will be remade into a Bollywood film, and Saif Ali Khan will take the lead role in the Hindi-language re-creation of an acclaimed chef who quits his restaurant job and reinvents himself by starting his own food truck, according to Variety.

The Bollywood remake, which does not have a director yet, will be produced by Abundantia Entertainment, Eros International and Alumbra Entertainment, the companies announced on Wednesday. Eros International will handle the film's distribution worldwide.

Abundantia acquired the rights to the film from Fairview Entertainment, a production company founded by Favreau, who not only starred in the original but also wrote and directed the film.

"Ever since I first saw 'Chef, I knew that this film had to be made in India," said Abundantia founder Vikram Malhotra, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Charming relationships, a feel-good story and a unique journey of self-discovery make 'Chef' the ideal film to bring alive in an Indian context."

"I'm delighted to see Chef get an Indian remake," Favreau said, according to Entertainment Weekly. "I'm excited to see how this personal film translates to the Indian culture. The themes of food, music and family should resonate well."


'Chef': Bollywood Remake Of Jon Favreau Movie To Feature Saif Ali Khan (PHOTO)

Jon Favreau's indie flick "Chef" will be remade into a Bollywood film, and Saif Ali Khan will take the lead role in the Hindi-language re-creation of an acclaimed chef who quits his restaurant job and reinvents himself by starting his own food truck, according to Variety.

The Bollywood remake, which does not have a director yet, will be produced by Abundantia Entertainment, Eros International and Alumbra Entertainment, the companies announced on Wednesday. Eros International will handle the film's distribution worldwide.

Abundantia acquired the rights to the film from Fairview Entertainment, a production company founded by Favreau, who not only starred in the original but also wrote and directed the film.

"Ever since I first saw 'Chef, I knew that this film had to be made in India," said Abundantia founder Vikram Malhotra, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Charming relationships, a feel-good story and a unique journey of self-discovery make 'Chef' the ideal film to bring alive in an Indian context."

"I'm delighted to see Chef get an Indian remake," Favreau said, according to Entertainment Weekly. "I'm excited to see how this personal film translates to the Indian culture. The themes of food, music and family should resonate well."


'Chef': Bollywood Remake Of Jon Favreau Movie To Feature Saif Ali Khan (PHOTO)

Jon Favreau's indie flick "Chef" will be remade into a Bollywood film, and Saif Ali Khan will take the lead role in the Hindi-language re-creation of an acclaimed chef who quits his restaurant job and reinvents himself by starting his own food truck, according to Variety.

The Bollywood remake, which does not have a director yet, will be produced by Abundantia Entertainment, Eros International and Alumbra Entertainment, the companies announced on Wednesday. Eros International will handle the film's distribution worldwide.

Abundantia acquired the rights to the film from Fairview Entertainment, a production company founded by Favreau, who not only starred in the original but also wrote and directed the film.

"Ever since I first saw 'Chef, I knew that this film had to be made in India," said Abundantia founder Vikram Malhotra, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Charming relationships, a feel-good story and a unique journey of self-discovery make 'Chef' the ideal film to bring alive in an Indian context."

"I'm delighted to see Chef get an Indian remake," Favreau said, according to Entertainment Weekly. "I'm excited to see how this personal film translates to the Indian culture. The themes of food, music and family should resonate well."


'Chef': Bollywood Remake Of Jon Favreau Movie To Feature Saif Ali Khan (PHOTO)

Jon Favreau's indie flick "Chef" will be remade into a Bollywood film, and Saif Ali Khan will take the lead role in the Hindi-language re-creation of an acclaimed chef who quits his restaurant job and reinvents himself by starting his own food truck, according to Variety.

The Bollywood remake, which does not have a director yet, will be produced by Abundantia Entertainment, Eros International and Alumbra Entertainment, the companies announced on Wednesday. Eros International will handle the film's distribution worldwide.

Abundantia acquired the rights to the film from Fairview Entertainment, a production company founded by Favreau, who not only starred in the original but also wrote and directed the film.

"Ever since I first saw 'Chef, I knew that this film had to be made in India," said Abundantia founder Vikram Malhotra, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Charming relationships, a feel-good story and a unique journey of self-discovery make 'Chef' the ideal film to bring alive in an Indian context."

"I'm delighted to see Chef get an Indian remake," Favreau said, according to Entertainment Weekly. "I'm excited to see how this personal film translates to the Indian culture. The themes of food, music and family should resonate well."


'Chef': Bollywood Remake Of Jon Favreau Movie To Feature Saif Ali Khan (PHOTO)

Jon Favreau's indie flick "Chef" will be remade into a Bollywood film, and Saif Ali Khan will take the lead role in the Hindi-language re-creation of an acclaimed chef who quits his restaurant job and reinvents himself by starting his own food truck, according to Variety.

The Bollywood remake, which does not have a director yet, will be produced by Abundantia Entertainment, Eros International and Alumbra Entertainment, the companies announced on Wednesday. Eros International will handle the film's distribution worldwide.

Abundantia acquired the rights to the film from Fairview Entertainment, a production company founded by Favreau, who not only starred in the original but also wrote and directed the film.

"Ever since I first saw 'Chef, I knew that this film had to be made in India," said Abundantia founder Vikram Malhotra, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Charming relationships, a feel-good story and a unique journey of self-discovery make 'Chef' the ideal film to bring alive in an Indian context."

"I'm delighted to see Chef get an Indian remake," Favreau said, according to Entertainment Weekly. "I'm excited to see how this personal film translates to the Indian culture. The themes of food, music and family should resonate well."


'Chef': Bollywood Remake Of Jon Favreau Movie To Feature Saif Ali Khan (PHOTO)

Jon Favreau's indie flick "Chef" will be remade into a Bollywood film, and Saif Ali Khan will take the lead role in the Hindi-language re-creation of an acclaimed chef who quits his restaurant job and reinvents himself by starting his own food truck, according to Variety.

The Bollywood remake, which does not have a director yet, will be produced by Abundantia Entertainment, Eros International and Alumbra Entertainment, the companies announced on Wednesday. Eros International will handle the film's distribution worldwide.

Abundantia acquired the rights to the film from Fairview Entertainment, a production company founded by Favreau, who not only starred in the original but also wrote and directed the film.

"Ever since I first saw 'Chef, I knew that this film had to be made in India," said Abundantia founder Vikram Malhotra, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Charming relationships, a feel-good story and a unique journey of self-discovery make 'Chef' the ideal film to bring alive in an Indian context."

"I'm delighted to see Chef get an Indian remake," Favreau said, according to Entertainment Weekly. "I'm excited to see how this personal film translates to the Indian culture. The themes of food, music and family should resonate well."


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