Copying Hollywood stories is something very common in Bollywood. Even posters are not spared these days! A lot of Bollywood films are copied from famous Hollywood movie posters.
Apart from copying posters and story line, some Bollywood movies
have characters which are either copied form Hollywood or real life
personalities. For example, biopics are trending in Bollywood. With
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and Mary Kom, some Bollywood movie
characters are inspired from the real life personalities. For
example, Farhan Akhtar looked like Milkha Singh
in the biopic. Similarly, Priyanka Chopra is going to look like
boxer Mary Kom in her next movie.
One of the recent movie characters based on a real life
personality is played by Sonakshi Sinha. In her upcoming movie,
Holiday, Sonakshi is playing the role of a boxer and her look is
similar to boxing legend Muhammad Ali's daughter, Laila. Sonakshi
is playing the role of a young boxer and is also donning
Some of the actors have also got inspired from their
contemporaries. For example, Rani Mukerji revived the famous Mr
India's Sridevi song I Love You by wearing a plain sky blue saree
in Aiyyaa. Similarly, Tamannah in the remake
of hit film, Himmatwala donned a ditto look of
Here are some of the real and reel look alike movie characters.
Take a look...
Real and Reel Look-Alike Movie
Sona who will be next seen in Holiday has donned a look which is
similar to Laila Ali.
In Himmatwala remake, Tamannah looked like Sridevi who played
the lead role in the classic hit film.
Prachi Desai revived the Bobby moment of Dimple Kapadia with her
ditto dress and look in Once Upon A Time In Mumbai.
Antara like many Madhuri fans carried several ditto looks of
Madhuri in her movie, Main Madhuri Dixit Banna Chahti Hoon.
Seeing Katrina Kaif in Rajneeti reminds us of the strong female
leader, Sonia Gandhi. Similar khadi and cotton sarees, no makeup
and waving hands.
In Teri Meri Kahaani, Priyanka was a look-alike of Mumtaz. The
former Miss World wore the same patterned saree, carried the same
hairstyle, showed off the ditto pout, and danced like Aaj Kal Tere
Mere Pyaar Ke Charche moves.
Raj Kapoor gave a tribute to the famous Charlie Chaplin in Awara
and Shree 420.
The scary Kancha cheena look of Sanjay in Agneepath was inspired
by Marlon Brando's look in Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse
Rani re-lived the reel movie character of Sridevi in Aiyyaa. She
wore the famous blue saree like Sridevi wore in Mr. India.