Now Bollywood is suffering from a disease in which our writers, directors, artists are not able to work on original stories, original ideas.
This lack of innovation is the leading Hindi Cinema to the lowest level. We copy songs, Movie stories, Even camera angles, and Posters also.
This is a serious issue and if you look at the recent Movie The Xpose, they copied almost everything which they can from the Hollywood movie The Great Gatsby.
Bollywood Posters Copied from Hollywood
Ek Villain Poster Copied from Step Up
We have some kind of posters in many movies like Krrish, Jai Ho etc.
The Xpose poster Copied from the Great Gatsby
This is called a perfect copy, Himesh Reshammiya’s Failed product.
O Teri poster Copied from The Other Guys
Guns are replaced by Mic and camera, this is too much.
Aitraaz poster Copied from The Graduate
Sometimes I feel like they capture these posters on the same locations.
Anjaana Anjaani poster Copied from An Education
Even the Hand positions are also the same.
Damadamm poster Copied from Magazine cover
Himesh Reshammiya again, total photoshopped
Ek Tha Tiger poster Copied from Prince of Persia Game
Ek Tha Tiger poses Taken from Prince of Persia Sands of time.
Hisss Poster copied from King Arthur
Nice replacement of Sword.
Hulchul poster Copied from My big fat Greek Wedding
Jab Tak Hai Jaan poster Copied from Special Forces
It looks different but the concept is the same.
Jannat 2 poster Copied from the Mechanic
Again same concept poster of Jannat 2.
Mausam Poster copied from Titanic
This one is Epic, Copied from Epic movie to Epic Fail.
Murder 2 Poster Copied from Anti Christ
Thank god we have censor board.
Naksha Poster Copied from Sahara
That’s why the movie was super flop.
Phoonk 2 Poster copied from Chaser
At least make some minor change, please.
Ra.One Poster copied from Batman
Indian Superhero vs Batman.
Rowdy Rathore Poster Copied from The Replacement Killers
Now we can say Don’t angry us.
Ugly Aur Pagli poster Copied from til Death
Mallika Sherawat is very strong.
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara Poster copied from Lords of Dogtown
The movie was original, but poster?.
I can say one thing to our creative geniuses of Bollywood, you can’t copy anything just by telling that your work is inspired by Hollywood and other cinema around the world.
We have many filmmakers, who are working hard to give their best to the Indian Film Industry.
So copycats be like them!