Sunday, August 4, 2019

Copied Poster and Story: Valobashar Jala (2019) Movie


 Bhalobasha Jala (2019) Bangladeshi movie directed by Bashir Ahmed is a remake of the Indian Tamil film ‘Neeya 2 (2019) directed by L. Luresh in 2019. 
 Bhalobasha Jala (2019) Bangladeshi movie directed by Bashir Ahmed is a remake of the Indian Tamil film ‘Neeya 2’ (2019) directed by L. Luresh in 2019.    'Valobashar Jala' movie's poster is copied from 'Neeya 2' (2019)   At first no one knew that it is a copied story but after seeing the similarity between the two posters of ‘Neeya 2’ and ‘Valobashar Jala’ , they have understood that ‘Valobashar Jala’ has been copied from ‘Neeya 2’ (2019). It is a spiritual successor and released on 24 May, 2019 in India. ‘Neeya 2’ is a sequel of the Tamil language film ‘Neeya’ (1979) directed by Durai in 1979. But ‘Neeya’ is a remake of the Indian Hindi film ‘Nagin’ (1976) directed by Rajkumar Kohli in 1976 and produced by himself under the banner of Shankar Movies. But ‘Nagin’ (1976) Hindi film is inspired from the French film The Bride Wore Black (1968) directed by the auteur filmmaker Francois Truffaut in 1968 based on the same name novel written by Cornell Woolrich and published in 1940. However, some other films have been remade inspired from the story. For example; a Telugu movie ‘Devathalara Deevinchandi (1977) directed by Rommineni Seshagiri Rao, Indian Kannada film Naagini (1991) is also remade inspired from the story with Geetha as Nagin character.    Some directors of Bangladesh take copied story from an unknown source but they are caught in the beginning of the release of the remade movie. Audiences are not even foolish in these days. They are now conscious of world cinema. So, if they want to remake a film, they should declare the news that it’s a remake from the (….) movie. But they are always over smart and want to show this. But always they fail to earn audience’s attention to their films. It is also one of the main causes of decreasing development of Bangladesh film industry. Why would people watch films? They would watch even remake. Most of the countries make remake film but the directors before declare the news. They do not want to cheat with the audiences. But in Bangladesh, the directors in one side cannot make creative script on the other side copying a story; they do not inform the news of remake to the media. That means they always want to cheat with the audiences. These cheating minded directors should not stay in the film industry.
'Valobashar Jala' movie's poster is copied from 'Neeya 2' (2019)

At first no one knew that it is a copied story but after seeing the similarity between the two posters of ‘Neeya 2’ and ‘Valobashar Jala’ , they have understood that ‘Valobashar Jala’ has been copied from ‘Neeya 2 (2019). It is a spiritual successor and released on 24 May, 2019 in India. ‘Neeya 2’ is a sequel of the Tamil language film ‘Neeya (1979) directed by Durai in 1979. But ‘Neeya’ is a remake of the Indian Hindi film ‘Nagin’ (1976) directed by Rajkumar Kohli in 1976 and produced by himself under the banner of Shankar Movies. But ‘Nagin(1976) Hindi film is inspired from the French film The Bride Wore Black (1968) directed by the auteur filmmaker Francois Truffaut in 1968 based on the same name novel written by Cornell Woolrich and published in 1940. However, some other films have been remade inspired from the story. For example; a Telugu movie ‘Devathalara Deevinchandi (1977) directed by Rommineni Seshagiri Rao, Indian Kannada film Naagini (1991) is also remade inspired from the story with Geetha as Nagin character.

Some directors of Bangladesh take copied story from an unknown source but they are caught in the beginning of the release of the remade movie. Audiences are not even foolish in these days. They are now conscious of world cinema. So, if they want to remake a film, they should declare the news that it’s a remake from the (….) movie. But they are always over smart and want to show this. But always they fail to earn audience’s attention to their films. It is also one of the main causes of decreasing development of Bangladesh film industry. Why would people watch films? They would watch even remake. Most of the countries make remake film but the directors before declare the news. They do not want to cheat with the audiences. But in Bangladesh, the directors in one side cannot make creative script on the other side copying a story; they do not inform the news of remake to the media. That means they always want to cheat with the audiences. These cheating minded directors should not stay in the film industry.


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