In today’s world, cinema is the most popular means of entertainment. Majority of the world watch movies not just for entertainment but to relax for some time. You tend to experience a variety of things while watching movies. Above all, a movie with a beautiful message is sure to win people’s hearts.
Indian film industry makes a staggering amount of money through blockbuster movies. When the new movie is approaching, the movie lovers act quickly to book their preferable seats for the most-awaited movie. People always feel a great sense of accomplishment after watching a movie. Watching a movie on the ‘First Day First Show’ is even more special.
If the movie is awesome, the box-office collections would get bigger and better. The collections that the production team gets after the first day serves as a testament to the fact how the people in today’s world love movies. Right from eating popcorns to watching a complete movie at the best scene, people love to spend from minimums to maximums. Despite a rise in fares of movie tickets, people are turning up in numbers to cheer their favourite actors or actresses
What really makes it even more special is when Hollywood is inspired by Indian movies. Yes, we have collected a list of 10 Hollywood movies which were inspired by Indian movies.
1. A Common Man (2013)– A Wednesday (2008)
Chandran Rutnam had to cast Academy Award winner Ben Kingsley to succeed Naseeruddin Shah’s character from ‘A Wednesday’. A Common Man is an official remake of Neeraj Pandey’s blockbuster.
2. Delivery Man (2013)– Vicky Donor (2012)
The difference between the two films may lie in the plot. Vince Vaughn’s sperm donations produced a total of 533 kids being born compared to that of Ayyushman’s 53. But the idea of the film, ‘sperm donation’, has been inspired by Vicky Donor.
3. Fear (1996)– Darr (1993)
Except for the name (i.e direct translation) and the love triangle, the famous scene of the stalker, Shahrukh Khan, carving out K-K-K-Kiran’s name on his chest has also been followed by James Foley in his epic American thriller, Fear.
4. Win A Date With Tad Hamilton! (2004)– Rangeela (1995)
The basic plot of the film is that a girl caught in a love triangle between her best friend and a movie star.
5. Kill Bill (2003)- Abhay (2001)
Though the plot varies, this epic thriller by Quentin Tarantino boasted action sequences and he told Anurag Kashyap was inspired by the Kamal Hassan-starrer Abhay.
Abhay was the ‘Hindi remake of Aalavandhan’ (a 2001 Tamil film) which also featured Kamal Hassan.
6. Pearl Harbor (2001)- Sangam (1964)
Pearl Harbor was not so much of Pearl Harbor but all about a romantic love triangle between 2 loyal best friends and a girl. Plots for both movies are quite the same and the only difference between the two films was that Sangam had just one friend as a ‘pilot’. On the contrary, Hollywood one had both.
7. Leap Year (2010)– Jab We Met (2007)
The movie makers of ‘Leap Year’ gave a statement that the movie was not really inspired by Jab We Met. This movie focusses on a talkative girl proposes to her boyfriend stumbles upon a stranger and then shares a hotel room with him. They share a great deal of camaraderie with each other and then fall in love, get divided but finally reunite and get married to start new innings together.
8. Just Go With It (2011)- Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya (2005)
Jennifer Aniston is to Sushmita Sen and Adam Sandler is to Salman Khan. Though that isn’t enough to sum up everything, the fundamental plots of both movies are quite the same. Both these movies were duplicated by Cactus Flower (1969) but with a unique storyline.
9. Hitch (2005)- Chhoti Si Baat (1975)
It is cognisance of the fact that the Bollywood movie Partner is said to be a replica of Hitch. But it seems like Hitch itself was duplicated by the plot of Chhoti Si Baat where a boy who fails to woo a girl seeks man’s guidance who makes it his profession to assist people with similar problems.
10. Divorce Invitation (2012)- Aahwanam (1997)
S.V. Krishnan Reddy remade his Tamil romantic comedy for the Hollywood Box Office highlighting Jonathan Bennett and Jamie L. Sigler.