Ah, inadequate Bollywood. CRB Tech reviews brings to you the news that after years of getting a bad name, it changes out that our desi film market isn’t the only one vulnerable to slyly ‘getting inspired’ regularly. Here are five show biz market movies that are too just like Bollywood for our comfort:
1. Delivery Man – Vicky Donor
All the Ayushmann Khurana lovers who occurred to capture this 2013 romcom, worry not; your frustrating feeling of déjà vu is well validated – Indeed, the two movies depending on sperm cell contributors having a baby to ratings of kids are too just like be approved off as simple chance.
2. A Common Man – A Wednesday
Given how much we liked Naseeruddin Shah & Anupam Kher’s A Wednesday, we can’t in all honesty fault Sri Lankan film director, Chandran Rutnam for remaking the suspense thriller overseas with the famous Ben Kingsley.
A Common Man is an award winning movie that won Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor awards at the Madrid International Film Festival and bronze medal in the Feature Films category at the New York Festivals’ International Television and Film Awards, three of the 119 Gold World Medals, 145 Silver, 104 Bronze, and 327 Finalist Certificates awarded that day.
3. Win A Date With Tad Hamilton-Rangeela
Nine years after the release of Rangeela, The show biz market creators made the decision to update the story and create Win A Date With Tad Hamilton with a very similar tale.
4. Leap Year – Jab We Met
An intense lady setting out on a journey alone to win over her love but running into a recluse along the way, sharing a room with him and gradually falling for him – Sounds familiar? Whether you’ve viewed the well-known 2007 Imitiaz Ali film or this 2010 romcom by Anand Tucker, we’re wondering the response to that’d be yes.
5. Pearl Harbour - Sangam
The 2001 impressive war dilemma may have designed a name for itself abroad, but the stunning resemblances in the almost similar really like triangles in Gem Harbour & Sangam mean that Raj Kapoor lovers haven’t been able to get a good night’s rest in ages.