Sep 10, 2014

Sep 6, 2014

How hollywood inspires bollywood from time to time...

Murder 3 poster copy Jennifer's body
The poster of Murder 3 was 'inspired' from the movie Jennifer's body
Bollywood movies had been notorious in copying from hollywood and the rest of the world. Following the Bollywood traditions, our own film industry, often called Dhallywood, also chose this route. They can't even come up with a name for the industry itself.


Story, posters, action sequences, stunts, songs, music - every area had some examples of copying. And when caught and later asked about it, they often claim that they were 'inspired' by other's work. I think inspiration is fine, as long as you attribute it properly.




Sikander Sidhu shows how from even the early days, bollywood music directors were 'inspired' by music produced by others. Sad to see that some of my favorite musics are among them. Watch the video-


 

 Small correction - It's my Birthday" is a collaboration with A.R. Rahman, not a copy without permission or attribution. This shows the difference.

hiss poster copy from king arthur


Finally, nothing beats our own Ananta Jalil aka A.J. (Thanks to Tanjil). For the posters used in this post and to see more like this visit this great collection.

The Spy mohanayok poster, copy from Casion Royal

Sep 5, 2014

A watch to remember...


For quite some times, I have been looking to buy a casual watch under 200$. So the first thing I did was to list some features

Sep 3, 2014

Gone in 60 seconds

A perfect crime. Took only 60 seconds. Yes, you won't believe what you are going to see in the video, embedded below.

If you have a hatchback and a cow, you are welcome to try and upload a video :-D

Sep 2, 2014

Evolution working with the law of conservation of energy

evolution of a computer user from thin to obese
Evolution is not limited to a living being
Evolution is the process by which different kinds of living organisms are thought to have developed and diversified from earlier forms during the history of the earth. 

The law of conservation of energy states that the total amount of energy in a system remains constant ("is conserved"), although energy within the system can be changed from one form to another or transferred from one object to another. Hence obesity is not our fault at all. Blame physics for that.

 

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