The quartet of Archie, Betty, Veronica and Jughead will be reimagined with an all-Indian cast.
"Archie's lasting and growing presence in India made this move the logical next step as our stellar library of characters continues to expand into other media. It's a major moment for Archie and its fans around the world," Goldwater said.
"These characters have held a special place in the hearts of Indians for decades and we have no doubt that the new Indian cast of Archie and the gang will be an exciting moment for the country," Devarajan added.
The production, which will be the first international comic to be translated for Indian screens, is in the early stages with an official release date to be announced.
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