Not Only 'Fan', Eleven Other Shahrukh Khan Movies Were Also Copied From Famous Hollywood Flicks

Not Only 'Fan', Eleven Other Shahrukh Khan Movies Were Also Copied From Famous Hollywood Flicks
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"FAN," the King Khan starrer Manish Sharma's movie is the buzz lately as it released today. With the release of this film, some rumors have caught our ears too. It is being said that "FAN" is a possible remake of a 1996 Hollywood movie "The Fan." The only potential difference they seem to have is that the Robert De Niro and Wesley Snipes starrer "The Fan" had two different actors while King Khan played both the roles in his Bollywood film. The trailers seem to be an exact copy of each other. Much to our surprise, it has always been a case with Shahrukh Khan's movies. Talk about Baazigar, Yes Boss and Dilwale as well, the ideas have been dragged right from Hollywood. Here is a list of all the movies that were restyled using our Bollywood spice.  

The first one to start the copy-paste affair was Chamatkar starring Urmila Matondkar against King Khan.

The first one to start the copy-paste affair was Chamatkar starring Urmila Matondkar against King Khan.

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"Darr" was the second one to mark the milestone.

"Darr" was the second one to mark the milestone.
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How could we forget "Baazigar" that tried pulling out "A kiss before dying."

How could we forget "Baazigar" that tried pulling out "A kiss before dying."
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Apparently "DDLJ" was a copy of John Cusack starred "The Sure Thing."

Apparently "DDLJ" was a copy of John Cusack starred "The Sure Thing."
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"Yes Boss" was in fact a copy of Michael's "For Love or Money."

"Yes Boss" was in fact a copy of Michael's "For Love or Money."
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"Josh" was a refashioned Bollywood version of "West Side Story."

"Josh" was a refashioned Bollywood version of "West Side Story."
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"Chalte Chalte" was also a remake of "Forget Paris."

"Chalte Chalte" was also a remake of "Forget Paris."
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Robin Williams "Dead Poets Society" was adapted in Bollywood as "Mohabbatein."

Robin Williams "Dead Poets Society" was adapted in Bollywood as "Mohabbatein."
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It's impossible to believe that "Chak De" was a Bollywood styled version of "The Mighty Ducks."

It's impossible to believe that "Chak De" was a Bollywood styled version of "The Mighty Ducks."
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To bring it into your notice, "Dilwale" was a copy of "The Best Of M."

To bring it into your notice, "Dilwale" was a copy of "The Best Of M."
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And "FAN" well, we all know where Yash Raj took the inspiration from.

And "FAN" well, we all know where Yash Raj took the inspiration from.
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