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5 Bollywood Films Remakes That Did It better Than The Original

Sholay

Somehow we always  think of Bollywood Films adaptations as inferior copycat  versions  of the originals. But what  about the desi  remakes that  got it better  than the original?

1.     Sholay:  Far far superior  to  John Sturges’  The Magnificent 7 which came in 1960. In it a  Mexican  village is  protected  from marauders by seven hired mercenaries. The  bandit villain was played by the legendary Eli Wallach. He  was no patch  on  Amjad Khan’s  Gabbar Singh. Ramesh  Sippy’s version of  the  story has more interesting characters and the situations of conflict between the mercenaries and the marauders  was far more  electric in Sholay. In  short Sholay was far more magnificent than The Magnificent  7.

2.     Masoom: Erich Segal’s tearjerker  novel  about a family man who brings home his illegitimate  child  was made into an insipid  Hollywood film…

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