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Wow! Take a look at Bollywood movies that were remade in Hollywood

Bombay: We have seen many remakes and revamped versions of movies in the Bollywood industry, Hindi concept movie ideas are taken not only from South Indian industry but also from many international movies, and why not , the directors are at their best to get some of the best content out to the public.

After watching the Bollywood industry take inspiration from South Indian movies, today let’s take a look at some of the Bollywood movies that have been remade in the Hollywood industry.

An Ordinary Man (2013)– A Wednesday (2008)

How can we forget the movie Wednesday which was released in 2008 starring Naseeruddin Shah and Anupam Kher starring Jimmy Shergill, the movie was immensely loved, later in the year 2013 the movie was remade in Hollywood as A Common Man.

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Delivery Boy (2013) – Vicky Donor (2012)

Ayushman Khurrana’s debut film Vicky Donor which was released in 2012 was immensely loved, later the film was released in Hollywood industry as Delivery Man in 2013.

Fear (1996) – Darr (1993)

How can we forget one of Shahrukh Khan’s classic movies titled Darr which was released in 1993, later this movie was remade in Hollywood as Fear in 1996.

Fanatic (2019) – Fan (2016)

Remember the movie Fan which has Shahrukh Khan in the lead role which was released in 2016, the movie was later remade in 2019 as Fanatic.

Man vs. Bee (2022) – Makkhi (2012)

Remember the movie Makkhi which had Kiccha Sudeep in the lead role which shows the struggle of a man trying to escape a fly, now recently we saw the trailer for the upcoming Netflix web series titled Man vs. Bee which is based on the similar concept.

These are some of the Bollywood ideas that have now been remade in the Hollywood industry, what is your opinion on these movies and which movie did you like the most, let us know in the comments section below.

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