Chinese director Xu Zheng is set to direct "Lost in India," after the success of comedy "Lost in Thailand."
The film is adapted from Chinese writer Liu Zhenyun's novel, "A sentence in time saves a thousand" which is being dubbed as the Chinese version of "One hundred years of solitude," by Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez.
The novel centers on the lives of normal people including a bean curd seller, a donkey dealer, a hairdresser, and a butcher, focusing on their solitude and the significance of life.
Xu Zheng's directorial debut is the "Lost" series, in which he co-stars with Wang Baoqiang and Huang Bo. The franchise also includes upcoming movie "Lost in Hong Kong."
The newest film, "Lost in India" will be filmed this November.
(CRIENGLISH.com May 19, 2015)