Taking the initiative from Salman Khan’s recent release Bharat, here’s a list of 7 Bollywood films that have been a successful remake of their original South Korean movies!
Bollywood has seen many replicas of Hollywood movies, but these days South Korean movies are getting more attention from the world and Bollywood at large. After all, the distinct creativity as well as the stellar acting chops with the awe-worthy direction, it is bound to make anyone itch to have such films made in our country as well!
Bollywood Movies Copied from Korean Movies
And, who would’ve thought that some of the most superhit films have been actually traded from South Korea’s popular movies! Here’s a list of 7 such hit films from their Korean origin to their Bollywood replicas:
1) Ek Villain- I Saw The Devil:
Coming as a shock to many is the fact that Mohit Suri’s Ek Villain is the copy of South Korean film ‘I Saw The Devil‘. This film became a winner for not only its fresh storyline but also for the brilliant performance by Riteish Deshmukh. However, the film isn’t as violent as the Korean one, starring Choi Min Shik, which is still one of the bests in their industry!
2) Jazbaa – Seven Days:
While critically acclaimed for the performance of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Irrfan Khan, Jazzba is a copy of South Korean movie, ‘Seven Days’ and follows the journey of a female lawyer, who has to now win an unwinnable case in order to save her kidnapped daughter.
3) Murder 2 – The Chaser:
One of the gripping and definitely spine-chilling films was Murder 2, this Emraan Hashmi starrer was the remake of South Korean film The Chaser. And, while the Hindi version was spine-chilling, The Chaser was just as well hard-hitting!
4) Teen- Montage:
Starring Amitabh Bachchan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Vidya Balan, this Ribhu Dasgupta directorial is a remake of the 2013 South Korean film ‘Montage’. A film that kepg us on edge, as a grandfather seeks the help if a priest and police to avenge his grand-daughter’s death.
5) Do Lafzon Ki Kahani – Always:
Creating a new definition of love, starring So Ji-sub and Han Hyo-joo, ‘Always’ is a classic romantic South Korean film about a former boxer and a high-spirited telemarketer who is blind. Based on the same storyline was the Hindi version made starring Randeep Hooda and Kajal Agarwal.
6) Rock On – A Happy Life:
Rock On’ is said to be based on the South Korean movie ‘A Happy Life’. Based on the story of four friends connected by music, their passion and dreams.
7) Prem Ratan Dhan Payo – Masquerade:
Salman Khan’s Bharat isn’t the only remake of Ode To My Father, the actor’s another super-hit film Prem Ratan Dhan Payo is also a remake of South Korean movie Masquerade.
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