12 Bollywood movies that were turned into TV shows, catch details

Both the Bollywood and television industries in India are very popular and appealing to audiences. Meanwhile, TV stars have also tried their luck in the Hindi film industry.

Some were quite successful while others failed miserably. At times, through serials, the television industry occasionally attempts to remake some Bollywood inspirational films.

Today, we’ll look back at some Bollywood movies that got remade as Hindi serials.

Jodha Akbar

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Bollywood film starring Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya Rai, Jodha Akbar is a well-known and well-liked historical period drama film.

After a while, the television business introduced a serial with the same story, which became highly popular and appealing to the viewers.

Badho Bahu & Dum Laga Ke Haisha

“Dum laga ke Haisha,” a film starring Bhumi Pednekar and Ayushman Khurana, is one of the best films to date. Actress Bhumi’s performance in the blockbuster impressed her fans. “Yeh Moh Moh Ke Dhaage” became popular and well-liked by fans.

The storyline impressed the authors of daily soaps, so they created a tale based on the same concept and debuted the serial “Badho-Bahu.”

Naagin & Nagina

Many TV series and movies have been made based on the fictional storey of Icchadhari Nagin. Naagin, starring legendary actress Lt. Sridevi, has become a landmark in Hindi film history.

Following the popularity of the movie, the producers remade the picture as a serial, which also became popular with the audience.

Peshwa Bajirao & Bajirao Mastani

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Deepika and Ranvir’s favourite historical film is Bajirao Mastani. It received cheerful applause from the audience.

Following that, a serial called “Peshwa Bajirao” was based on the same historical drama. Viewers praised the child actor’s outstanding performance in this television series.

Dil Toh Hai Dil & Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham

K3G is a well-known and blockbuster hit in the Indian Hindi film industry. This film’s popular plot was adapted for the Hindi drama show “Dill Hi Toh Hai.”

Jaana Na Dil Se Door & Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

Hum Dill De Chuke Sanam was also a box office success in the Indian Hindi film industry. The television series called “Jaana Na Dil Se Door” was adapted from the movie Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.

Pardes Mein Hai Mera Dil & Pardes

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Vivaah is a stunning family movie. The makers of this film emphasised the importance of relationships, a perfect Indian marriage, and family.

Following this, a serial called Bidaai followed the same plot, with Alok Nath playing the same role in both the film and the serial.

Dil Se Dil Tak & Chori Chori Chupke Chupke

The plot of this film revolved around the concept of surrogacy. Chori Chori Chupke Chupke has some well-known Bollywood actors and has a unique plot.

The makers of the serial Dil Se Dil Tak followed a similar storyline.

Love You Zindagi & Jab We Met

B-Jab Town’s We Met is a smash hit. Geet’s famous and jovial character drew the audience with his charm.

Geet’s lively demeanour in the film served as inspiration for a daily soap called Love You Zindagi.

Brahmarakshas & Jaani Dushman

Jaani Dushman, a Bollywood classic cult film, is extremely beloved and will not be forgotten. Many well-known actors appeared in this film.

Bramharakhas, a Hindi daily soap, was based on the same plot. The audience adored this show, and it was really addictive.

Kya Hua Tera Waada & Biwi No.1

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This film revolved upon a love triangle and the Gharwali and Baharwali concepts.

The series “Kya Hua Tera Wada” was also released with the same concept and followed the same storey.

Naamkaran & Zakhm

The Bollywood film Zakhm won the Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration. With an ensemble cast that included Ajay Devgn, Pooja Bhatt, Kunal Khemu, and others, the storey of this film served as inspiration for the popular sitcom Naamkaran, which starred Barkha Sengupta, Reema Lagoo, and others.