Time and again Indians have proved their utter obsession for the 'West'. Be it clothes or food or even language, Indians have been making some really serious efforts to rip off every single thing that hails from the west. This isn't it, friends. Everything about the west has been so very influencing that Indians have now started copying them blatantly.
Don't you trust me? If you really don't, you should definitely take a look at the posters of some very successful Bollywood films which bear an uncanny resemblance with Hollywood movie posters.
Move forward to take a look at the movie posters of Bollywood which have been undoubtedly 'COPIED' from the posters of Hollywood flicks.
PS: Blockbuster film Baahubali too falls on the list. *Ting*
Poster of Rajkumar Hirani's flick PK was lifted from the cover of a music album created by a Portuguese musician named Quim Barreiros, which was released in the year 1973.
The first look of director Kabir Khan's film 'Phantom' which was released in the year 2015, had a striking resemblance with the poster of a popular video game, 'Homefront'.
Poster of 'Baahubali: The Beginning' faced plagiarism allegations as it seemed to have been lifted from the poster of Hollywood film, Simon Birch.
Featuring Priyanka Chopra and Ranbir Kapoor, film Anjaana Anjaani's poster was highly criticised for being a plagiarised one. Poster of the flick was copied from an English film, An Education.
Poster of Bhatt camp's film Murder 3 was apparently a copy of the poster of the flick, Jennifer's Body.
Makers of the hit film Rowdy Rathore chose the poster of an American action thriller, 'The Replacement Killers', and made one of the posters of Rowdy Rathore around it. *Ting*
I bet you can't figure out any difference (except Akshay Kumar) in between these two posters. For your kind information, makers of the film Aitraaz lifted the poster idea of an American film, The Graduate.
Shahid Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor starrer Mausam's poster was a 'really poor try' of copying the poster of the cult classic film, Titanic.
Neither the poster nor the film Mausam left any impact on the audience.
Zoya Akhtar's film 'Zindagi Milegi Na Dobara' inspired many to embark on a memorable trip with best friends but seems like the film's poster itself was inspired from the American flick, Lords Of Dogtown.
Aamir Khan's 'Ghajini' was a blockbuster hit. While it made it to the headlines for all the good reasons, it also became the talk of the town for some bad reasons too. When the poster of the movie was released, it was highly criticised for being a 'copy' of the poster of Hollywood's famous flick, Hulk.
Shah Rukh Khan and Kareena Kapoor-starrer 'Ra. One' grabbed a million eyeballs much before the film was released. Do you know why? Because the poster of the film was a straight lift from the famous Hollywood film 'Batman Begins' starring Christian Bale, Michael Caine, and Ken Watanabe.
Ek Villain received a decent response from the audience but landed in a controversy because of the poster of the film, which was a plagiarised one. It was allegedly copied from the poster of 'Step Up'.