7 amazing Bollywood movies that took their story line up from South Korean films! Check full list

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7 amazing Bollywood movies that took their story line up from South Korean films! Check full list

You can get innovative thoughts from anyplace, and there’s nothing incorrectly in taking motivation from them. Be that as it may, things turn out badly when you take an excessive amount of motivation and end up serene replicating it. We are certain, Bollywood knows this inclination just excessively well.

In any case, gone are the times of getting motivated by the West. Our executives nowadays gaze upward to local motion pictures, especially South Korean films to take motivation from and the latest precedent is Salman Khan’s forthcoming motion picture ‘Bharat’. For the individuals who didn’t have the foggiest idea, ‘Bharat’ is an official redo of a South Korean film ‘An Ode To My Father’.

Here are 7 Bollywood motion pictures which we didn’t know were ‘propelled’ from the absolute greatest South Korean films:

1. Rocky Handsome – The Man From Nowhere

Featuring John Abraham ahead of the pack, ‘Rocky Handsome’ is the official redo of Lee Jeong-Beom’s film ‘The Man From Nowhere’. The story is about a baffling man and a young lady he makes companions with. At the point when the young lady is hijacked and her mom is executed, the man goes to outrageous lengths to spare the young lady.

2. Ek Villain – I Saw The Devil

This Mohit Suri directorial featuring Sidharth Malhotra and Shraddha Kapoor was adored by numerous individuals for its crisp storyline and Riteish Deshmukh’s splendid execution as a miscreant.

What the vast majority don’t know is that ‘Ek Villain’ is really replicated from a well known South Korean film ‘I Saw The Devil’. Be that as it may, the Bollywood variant isn’t as shocking or rough as the Korean one featuring Choi Min Shik, which is till date viewed as a standout amongst the best movies at any point made.

3. Zinda – Oldboy

‘Oldboy’ is a neo-noir activity spine chiller about a man, who embarks to discover why he was grabbed and kept inside a cell for a long time, unwinding some exasperating insider facts in his adventure. While everybody cherishes the South Korean film (one of the best motion pictures at any point made), scarcely thinks about ‘Zinda’ aside from the general population who acted in the motion picture.

‘Zinda’ featured Sanjay Dutt and John Abraham.

4. Jazbaa – Seven Days

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s rebound film ‘Jazbaa’ may have neglected to leave an imprint in the cinema world, however it was valued by the pundits, particularly Aishwarya’s capacity pressed execution. ‘Jazbaa’ was replicated from the South Korean motion picture, ‘Seven Days’ and pursues the voyage of a female legal counselor, who needs to now win an unwinnable case so as to spare her seized little girl.

5. Murder 2 – The Chaser

Featuring Emraan Hashmi, Jacqueline Fernandez and Prashant Narayanan, ‘Murder 2’ is a duplicate of another super hit South Korean film ‘The Chaser’. Emraan Hashmi stars as an ex-cop entrusted with discovering some missing sex specialists. At the point when a young lady is sent by him to tempt the criminal, Hashmi embarks to discover her.

6. Awarapan – A Bittersweet Life

A contract killer is approached to watch out for his manager’s fancy woman. In any case, when he discovers that she is being misused, he chooses to safeguard her from the grasp of his supervisor. While on-screen character Lee Byung Hyun immaculately depicted the contention going on inside the character in the South Korean variant, Emraan Hashmi neglected to reproduce a similar enchantment or should we say strife in the Bollywood one.

7. Te3n – Montage

Featuring Amitabh Bachchan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Vidya Balan, this RibhuDasgupta directorial is a revamp of the 2013 South Korean movie ‘Montage’. The motion picture highlights Amitabh as John Biswas, a 70-year-elderly person, who looks for assistance from a cleric and a cop to discover the general population who hijacked and executed his granddaughter.

Published by Lokendra Sharma on 10 Apr 2019

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