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Vijay Devarakonda's Poster Copied From Hollywood?

Vijay Devarakonda's Poster Copied From Hollywood?

Recently, there has been a surge in the popularity of spy movies. Films featuring Kalyan Ram and Nikhil are nearing completion, and now the announcement of Vijay Deverakonda's upcoming movie, directed by Gautham Tinnanuri and produced by Sitara, has created quite a buzz. 

Our storytellers and directors often seek inspiration from various foreign films, trying to find a small spark that ignites their creativity. This phenomenon is commonly referred to as being inspired or a coincidence. 

Huge sums of money are invested in these adaptations. If we take a closer look at our movies, we can trace elements of Korean or Hollywood origins within them.

Regarding the Gautham Tinnanuri-Vijay Deverakonda movie, a poster was unveiled yesterday.

The poster was cleverly designed, with the hero's face neatly cut into pieces and rearranged. This sparked a discussion among enthusiasts. 

It is a common practice to shred confidential information to prevent others from seeing it, and spies used to employ similar methods.

The film "Argo" is based on the same theme. Interestingly, an identical poster design has also been released for Vijay Devarakonda's movie.

Producer Nagavanshi argued that it was merely a coincidence. What else can be said? He cannot say that his director copied it from somewhere. 

It has become common for our directors, once they achieve fame and financial success, to temporarily set aside their creativity and explore new subjects by drawing inspiration from Hollywood and Korean films.


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