Caution- Stereotyping ahead.
In general, Indians are the ones who try to copy and imitate the western culture. The creative people of our tinsel town too take a lot of inspiration from the Hollywood industry. But there are many movies produced in the Hollywood industry which are profoundly influenced by the Bollywood movies.
There are many Hollywood movies which are remakes of Bollywood movies, let us check them out-
1. Hitch- Choti Si Baat
In this movie, an introvert person falls in love with a beautiful girl. But the man is not able to say what is in his heart in front of the girl, and then he seeks help from a love guru. After some grooming sessions, he is finally ready to confess his love.
2. Pearl Harbor- Sangam
This movie was highly inspired by the film Sangam. It had the same plot with a love triangle as well.
3. A Common Man– A Wednesday
This was an epic movie. So thrilling and suspense packed. Even the Hollywood remake won many awards just the Bollywood version did.
4. Leap Year– Jab We Met
The makers of Leap Year said that it is their original production, but after watching the movie, you too will agree upon the fact that it is very similar to Jab We Met.
5. Kill Bill– Abhay
The writer and director of the movie Quentin Tarantino himself told that the action scenes in the film are highly inspired by Kamal Haasan’s Abhay.
6. Fear– Darr
The plot is a bit different, but the scene in which SRK carves Kiran’s name on his chest is simply copied.
7. Win A Date With Tad Hamilton- Rangeela
In this movie, the actress is stuck between two guys one is her best friend and the other is her co-worker. This love triangle results in many more exciting events.
8. Delivery Man– Vicky Donor
The concept of both the movies are same, but the development of the plot is a bit different.
9. Just Go With It- Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya
In this movie, Adam Sandler under pressure convinces his girlfriend that he is already married to someone, but in reality, he is not. Then when his girlfriend wishes to meet his wife, he asks his secretary to act as his wife.
So, even Hollywood copies stuff! Now we came to know…