The combination scenes of Raghu and Narayanan were noticed in the sequel of Drishyam than in the first part.
Drishyam 2 was made on a budget of Rs 20 crore.
Meena and Esther Anil were part of the main cast in Telugu first part as well.
He went on showering heaps of praises on Jeethu Joseph and mentioned that every craft in the movie is truly amazing.
Ajith who was one of the participants in Thakapan Comedy aired on Mazhavil Manorama was noticed by director Jeethu Joseph.
The first part of the Telugu remake, featuring Venkatesh Daggubati, Meena and Nadhiya, released in 2014.
Producer Antony Perumbavur cannot hide his excitement that their effort and hard work have finally paid off.
Jeetu Joseph has been able to successfully plant the surprise elements at the right turns of the roller coaster ride.
Calling Drishyam 2 as Jeethu's best film after Drishyam, Prithvi mentioned the film as 'fantastically written and conceived'.
Mohanlal will be taking forward the Drishyam franchise with the second film of the series, slated to be out on February 19.