Did you know these popular Hindi film scenes are copied from Hollywood movies?
There have been times when Bollywood filmmakers have copied from successful Hollywood films with no creativity at all. Here’s is a list of movies when Bollywood took inspiration too seriously from their western counterparts.
Baaghi 3 and Wonder Women
Tiger Shroff's upcoming film 'Baaghi 3', trailer features a scene where he is shown fighting while he slides on the floor. The scene looks almost like a copy from Gal Gadot's successful superhero film 'Wonder Women'.
Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship and Lights Out
Recently Vicky Kaushal dropped the trailer of his upcoming haunted saga 'Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship' but few days earlier, the actor dropped the teaser, in which the actor is seen exploring a dark abandoned place with a torch in his hand. The walls are shown stained with blood with blood-soaked hands forming a pattern -- that look like his face. The spooky trailer reminds us of the climax scene of an American horror movie 'Lights Out'.
Baahubali and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
'Baahubali' franchise remains one of India's biggest films of all time. But did you know the movie had copied many scenes from DC's 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'?
Remember the scene in which villagers were seen reaching out to touch Baahubali in the second part of the franchise? It was the same from DC's Superman in which he is encircled by a large crowd.
Kahaani and Taking Lives
Who can forget Sujoy Ghosh’s mystery drama 'Kahaani' that had an eventful climax -- with Vidya Balan removing a pillow from under her sari revealing that she was never pregnant in the film. The scene is a copy of Angelina Jolie's 'Taking Lives'.
Singham and Red
Ajay Devgn's hugely successful cop-franchise film 'Singham'. had a scene with cars rolling in the air, especially that one time when Ajay steps out of a moving cop car. While that scene is a clear whistle winner, it is too close to comfort for Hollywood flick 'Red' starring Bruce Willis.
Barfi and The Adventure
Anurag Basu's comedy-drama which marked his official entry at the 2013 Oscars 'Barfi' from India was not only in news for Ranbir Kapoor's acting but for copying scenes from international classics and hits. One such copy was the funny robbing scene that looks entirely copied from 'The Adventure'.