22 Movie Posters That Prove Bollywood Is A Copy Cat

Hello friends, welcome to Humor Nation. For today’s generation, Bollywood is not just an entertainment industry, but it had attached emotionally with the feeling of fans. From the past 104 years of Bollywood cinema, it is evolving and moving towards a new era of movies with new concepts, new ideas, and new storylines. But the bitter truth is that they are really not, there is no real creativity or innovational ideas left with the movies directed in Bollywood. From about 100 Bollywood movies 99 are copying some of the other content from the Hollywood or Tollywood movies, the maximum of which are posters of the movies which are copied from Hollywood. Even the superstar cast movies are too involved in copying posters and making huge profits.

Plagiarism can be defined as a very close imitation, wrongful use of someone’s ideas, thoughts, or words. Bollywood, the Indian film industry is one of the biggest film industries in the world and it serves as a source of entertainment to amaze the 2nd most populated country in the world, India. That’s a big creative job, to entertain the masses. There’s a fine line of difference between taking inspiration from someone’s work and plagiarizing it, but Bollywood has shamelessly crossed that line time and time again.

Here I present 22 blockbuster hit movies of Bollywood which copied their posters from Hollywood!

1. RA.ONE (2011) Poster Is Copied From The Hit Comic Book Film Batman Begins (2005)

20 Movie Posters That Prove Bollywood Is A Copy Cat

The super hit movie casting Shah Rukh Khan was the next step towards the evolution of Bollywood with VFX and technology with the idea of India’s next superhero movie was actually copied poster from Batman Begins (2005)

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2. Anjaana Anjaani (2010) Poster Is Copied From The Film An Education (2009)

20 Movie Posters That Prove Bollywood Is A Copy Cat

The blockbuster and super hit movie of Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra, which was banged the Bollywood with new concept of love storyline has its poster copied from a Hollywood movie An Education (2009).

3. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011) Poster Is Copied From The Film Lords Of Dog Town (2005)

20 Movie Posters That Prove Bollywood Is A Copy Cat

The most successful and loved movie of all time casting Hrithik Roshan, Katrina Kaif, Farhan Akhtar, Abhay Deol was the most hit movie in box office and Bollywood movie to reach 100% rating on rotten tomatoes, But the poster dries up the surface as it was copied from Lords Of Dog town (2005).

4. Ghajini (2008) Poster Is Copied From The Superhero Film The Incredible Hulk (2008)

20 Movie Posters That Prove Bollywood Is A Copy Cat

The first most successful hit on box office with star cast of Aamir Khan was a super-duper hit movie and extremely loved movie of 2008, with lots of recognized awards, but at last, the poster copied form The Incredible Hulk (2008).

5. PK (2014) Poster Is Copied From The Movie Quim Barreiro’s (2006).

20 Movie Posters That Prove Bollywood Is A Copy Cat

What a tremendous hit movie of that year with highest box office collections till 2014, PK is the fifth highest-grossing Indian film worldwide, casting Aamir Khan, at last, the poster which was copied from Quim Barreiro’s (2006).

6. Ajay Devgn’s Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? copied the poster from the film Licence To Wed (2007).

20 Movie Posters That Prove Bollywood Is A Copy Cat

7. Varun Dhawan’s hit blockbuster film Badlapur copied its poster from the hit film 300.

8. One of the biggest grossing films Bahubali’s poster is copied from Simon Birch (1998)

9. Once again we have Emraan Hashmi’s film here, Captain Nawab copied the poster from the video game Call of Duty.

10. Saif Ali Khan’s Phantom copied its poster from the video game titled Homefront.

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Anshay Tomar
A movie buff, an Otaku, huge MMA and pro-wrestling follower. I'm a tumblr addict, have many fandoms and I'm also an aspiring artist. Works as a Content Writer.

1 COMMENT

  1. Akshay Tomar, do your research first. The Canadian duo copied Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’s poster for their song XYZ. They confessed about it too. Don’t mislead people with thumbnail.

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