Hollywood Movies Adapted In Bollywood: Are They Better Than The Original Version?

Ankita Chetana |Feb 04, 2020

B-town is where people find exotic dramas and jungled in the trap of this society. So how about Hollywood movies adapted in Bollywood? These are 4 films giving examples to how successful when being smitten with adaptations of Hollywood films.

Gone are the days when Indian movie onlookers only expect to see the dramas on their own nation’s movie scope. Hollywood movies adapted in Bollywood have opened a new page of glory on the silver screen. Such kinds of films also draw a lot of attraction from movie lovers that many Hindi directors and actors have been dimming their heads in adaptations of Hollywood films. You may have heard of a lot of films on the line, however as updated, there are 4 films as below announced to it.

The Intern

The Intern played by Deepika Padukone (Source: Instagram)

Several days back, gorgeous diva Deepika Padukone announced her next project on Instagram. The Intern (2015) is an inspiration for the collaboration between the actress and veteran actor Rishi Kapoor in 2021. In the original film, Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro played in the major roles.

Forrest Gump

Laal Singh Chaddha marks the return of Aamir Khan after 2 years of absence from the big screen

On Aamir Khan’s birthday in 2019, Mr. Perfectionist did speak up that he will be seen opposite Advait Chandan in the Hindi movie adapted from Forrest Gump featuring popular actor Tom Hanks. On Christmas this year, the superstar will appear alongside Kareena Kapoor Khan in the film titled Lal Singh Chaddha

Girl on the Train

Parineeti Chopra will essay the role of Emily Blunt in the Hindi adaptation of Girl on the Train

Parineeti Chopra has geared up to stand in Emily Blunt’s role in the film Girl on the Train’s Hindi adaptation. The movie is directed by Ribhu Dasgupta and tells about an alcoholic entangled in an emergency of a missing girl. The Hindi movie is scheduled to hit the theatre on May 8th, 2020.

The Fault in Our Stars

One of Hollywood movies adapted in Bollywood is The Fault in Our Stars based on the same name novel written by John Green. The original film starred Josh Boone while in the Hindi version, Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjana Sangh will pair up on the screen. It will launch on the same release day with Parineeti Chopra’s film.


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