Stories and scripts are often copied (usually air, as the original creditor). Some of the examples here too Bollywood “Murder”, which was largely a copy of the ‘infidel’, ‘Main Aisa Kyon Hoon “, which was almost a copy of” I Am Sam “,” Kyonki Main Jhoot Nah Bolt ” , which was a copy of “Liar, Liar” and ‘partner’, which was a clone of “Hitch” and this is just the tip of the iceberg. Apparently, directors and producers take it as the shortest and easiest route to go to lengths to conceptualize, develop the story, scripting and developing the characters before actually making a movie. This will facilitate the work of two ways:
- First and most obvious is that there is no need to rack their brains trying to see parcels salable.
- Secondly, spending less in the conceptualization and the actual final product, which makes their work less difficult and more profit projections.
This game is sure, however, has a serious effect on people who are very creative. This is because there are fewer buyers who are willing to risk money on new and unproven stories. It also highlights the tendency to openly plagiarizing another’s work without giving credit to the owners.
There are some exceptions to this rule. A recent example is the case here, where he was the famous emotional drama “stepmother” (with Julia Roberts), adapted in the movie “We Are Family.” The opening credits specifically mentions the story of the film was taken stepmother. In this case, the copy can not be called “plagiarism”, but rather an adaptation or more you can say “inspired by” the original … or perhaps a remake.
Until the inspiration is limited to ideas, and does not extend to the point of blatant copy stuff, it is well accepted. However, if you like apinointi Bollywood Hollywood as a way to do right now, so we can say that the future of the B-tree is not very bright. Allow to come to the next generation reason to be proud of us. We create something that others would copy from us and not vice versa.