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Vertige Set for Indian Adaptation


Banijay Asia is working with Armoza Formats on an Indian adaptation of the Canadian miniseries Vertige.

Originally produced by Pixcom, the six-part French-language psychological thriller, distributed by Armoza Formats, deconstructs the alleged suicide of a young girl.

“Our audience is developing a vast appetite for exciting and engaging content, making it increasingly important to bring innovative, catchy titles to screen,” said Deepak Dhar, CEO and founder of Banijay Asia. “Armoza Formats’ Vertige is spellbindingly suspenseful, and the way the story catches you in the thrill-storm of the main character is extraordinary. Our audiences love strong narratives and solid characters, and Vertige is a series that fits the description seamlessly—it’s great to be collaborating to create our own, localized version of the show.”

Salome Peillon, head of sales at Armoza Formats, added, “We are thrilled to see more of our scripted titles being adapted in India thanks to our great partners in the Indian market. Together with our partners at Banijay Asia, we are looking forward to bringing this thrilling drama series to the Indian viewers, who have shown clear appetite for our scripted series.”

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