South Indian Film Industry has been very popular from last many years and similarly, Bollywood┬áis also one of the biggest industry for the movies in India. Though both industries have their own ideas to create the movies but however there are certain movies where Bollywood┬ácopied South Indian movies. Mostly this is happening because of the wider people are from Hindi speaking background and they like to see the higher status of Bollywood actor as compare to any other regional language. Here is the list of movies which are copied from South Indian Film Industry:
1. Gajini (2008)
It is copied from Tamil movie Ghajini. Actor Aamir┬áKhan earned 100 crores at the box office but success should not purely be given to the crew member of the Hindi movie because the fact is Tamil film is also inspired from Memento, an English film by Christopher Nolan. Tamil movie was remade in 2005. The most interesting┬áfact is that┬áthe female lead of both the films was portrayed by Asin Thottumkal and was also directed by the same person, A. R. Murugadoss.
2. Hera Pheri (2000)
It is the remake of Malayalam film, Ram Ji Rao Speaking (1989). ┬áThis is a sequential movie Phir Hera┬áPheri in 2006 and then Hera Pheri 3. It is one of the best comedian movies in Bollywood.┬áAkshay Kumar, Suneil Shetty and Paresh Rawal, all three have played very classic characters.
3. Bhool Bhulaiyaa(2007)
Manichithrathazhu (1993), a Malayalam psychological-comedy-horror film by Fazil and got huge success in South Indian Cinema. Over the year it remade in so many languages;┬áin Kannada in 2004; in Tamil and dubbed in Telugu with Rajinikanth in the lead, in 2005; and in Bengali that same year. Second unit director, Priyadarshan made the Hindi version in 2007,┬áwhich starred Akshay Kumar and Vidya Balan.
Ajay Devgan starred in the action thriller of Rohit Shetty and it is one of the most successful movies in Box Office.┬á Singham was the Hindi version of the 2010 Tamil blockbuster Singam, which was also remade in Kannada and Bengali. The movie is based on a cop fights against all the odds to reestablish the law and system. ┬áDevgan has begun to excel in a film; over-the-top action dramas littered with cardboard characters wrapped in a silly plot.
5. Wanted (2009)
The film revived Salman KhanÔÇÖs career was a remake of the 2006 Telugu blockbuster Pokiri (Rogue). It was written by┬áPuri Jagannadh, and it focused on the gangster who turns out to be an undercover cop. The same movie was remade in Tamil in 2007. It was one of the most super hit movies of that time.