These days, the good performance of South’s films in the Hindi belt has started the war of Bollywood vs South Industry. Controversy has arisen only after the good response to South’s films in the films released in theaters after the Corona epidemic. There is talk of making remakes of South films by not making their own content on Bollywood. Although this is also true, remaking South films is considered a safe bet in Bollywood. But do you know that Bollywood has made remakes not only of South films, but also of Korean films. Today we are going to tell you about those films, whose story has been copied from Korean films. Although the remakes of the original Korean films were not as successful as they were in Korean.
Dhamaka – The Terror Live
The 2021 Karthik Aryan starrer ‘Dhamaka’ is a official remake of the Korean film. The story of this film is based on the Korean action thriller film ‘The Terror Live’ (2013). Madhvani for directing the film and Karthik for the performance was also appreciated. This film was released only on Netflix.
Radhe – The Outlaws
Salman Khan has made many remakes of films till date. But one of Salman Khan’s worst films, ‘Radhe: The Most Wanted Bhai’ in 2021 was actually based on the Korean film ‘The Outlaws’ (2017). This film was not liked by the audience at all. But if you want to know how Salman and Prabhu Deva ruined an action-thriller film, then you must watch the original.
Rocky Handsome – The Man from Nowhere
2016 John Abraham’s film ‘Rocky Handsome’ is a copy of the Korean film ‘The Man from Nowhere’ (2010). The story of the film is about a man who fights alone with a child trafficking gang to save an innocent girl child. Rocky Handsome was directed by Nishikant Kamat.
Teen – Montage
Ribhu Das Gupta’s 2016 film Teen was inspired by a South Korean thriller film Montage (2013). The story of the film is almost the same. Except for a few minutes of change, as in ‘Teen’ instead of the woman, there is a grandfather who is on the hunt for his kidnapped granddaughter.
Ek Villain – I Saw the Devil
Siddharth, Riteish Deshmukh and Shraddha Kapoor starrer 2014 ‘Ek Villain’ was a copy of Korean film ‘I Saw the Devil’ (2010). There is a hero, heroine and a villain in this film. Villain is troubled by his wife’s cursing and if an unknown person says something, he kills them. In this, the hero tries to take revenge for the murder of his fiancée.
Barfi – Lover’s Concerto
One of the most liked films in Bollywood, ‘Barfi’ is also included in this list. This is one of the finest films of Ranbir Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra and Ileana D’Cruz. Everyone’s performance was highly praised for this film, which came in 2012. But actually, the film was inspired by the South Korean film ‘Lover’s Concerto’ (2002).