BOLLYWOOD REMAKES THAT DID JUSTICE TO INTERNATIONAL ORIGINALS

Zinda-Oldboy

Taking inspiration from Park Chan-Wook’s 2003 South Korean thriller, Sanjay Gupta glossed over the gore and nudity of the original.

Kaante-Reservoir Dogs

Sanjay Gupta again, as he adapted Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs around a bunch of Indians settled in America, who plan to rob a bank

Chachi 420-Mrs. Doubtfire

Adapted from Robin Williams’ Mrs. Doubtfire, Kamal Haasan put together this laugh riot

Sarkar-The Godfather

When Ram Gopal Varma was still sane. He beautifully adapted Copolla’s saga about a crime family to Maharashtra.

Baazigar-A Kiss Before Dying

A classic American noir released in 1956, the Hollywood version served as the inspiration for Abbas-Mustan’s 1993 superhit.

Black-The Miracle Worker

Amitabh Bachchan played the role of the tutor in the Indian remake, where he educated Rani Mukherji’s character.

Ghulam-On The Waterfront

Aamir Khan again. Taking inspiration from the iconic performance by Marlon Brando.

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