Parasite is a South-Korean movie that stole the limelight at all the major award functions of the year, thanks to its gripping plot and unpredictable storyline. Starring Kang-ho Song, Sun-Kyun Lee and Yeo-Jeong Jo in the leading roles, Parasite shows the greed and class discrimination, which threatens the newly formed symbiotic relationship between the wealthy Park family and the destitute Kim clan. Since the movie was made available for the audience in India, fans have been wondering which Bollywood actors would do justice to the performance of the cast in the movie. Take a look at some Indian actors who can be roped in if Parasite was made in India
Considering the current trend of remaking hit Hollywood films in Bollywood, reports in early 2020 flared that actor Aamir Khan is keen on making an Indian version of Parasite. However, no official comments on the same were passed. Given Aamir Khan's acting prowess and his experience of doing characters of a similar sort in the past, the actor can easily make a good Ki Taek. Take a look at some pictures of Aamir Khan.
Considered as one of the most promising actors from the current lot, Ishaan Khatter has an experience of working in both, commercial and non-commercial cinema. His performance in Majid Majidi's Beyond The Clouds proves that the actor, if given a chance, can make for a perfect Ki-Woo in Parasite remake.
Alaya F is just one film old in the industry and already enjoys a massive fan following, as her performance in her debut film has earned her rave reviews from fans and critics alike. The actor could make for Indian substitute of Ki-Jeong in the pictures below.
With a career spanning over decades, Rani Mukerji is one of the few female actors in the industry, who has managed to work in different kinds of cinema. From commercial films like Kuch Kuch Hota Hai to non-commercial movies like Baabul, Rani Mukerji can make for a perfect Choong Sook in the Indian remake of Parasite.
Just watched #Parasite tonight, and damn did it resonate.— Garrett Raczek (@garrettraczek) April 18, 2020
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First I’m really glad that finally a foreign film is winning the academy award for best picture, never happened in hollywood b4 and it emphasizes on the crystal clear fact that the american film production leads by huge budgets only! nothing more...#Parasite pic.twitter.com/jzuwDsxfdd