‘Bhoomi’ poster not copied! Anubhav Sinha lashes out in unacceptable language

Yesterday, on Sanjay Dutt‘s 58th birthday, makers of ‘Bhoomi’ released the film’s first poster. Intriguing and carrying a lot of suspense in it, the poster garnered praise in no time. However, soon enough, a poster of the Hollywood flick ‘The Grey’ with considerable similarity to ‘Bhoomi’ poster started doing the rounds on internet. Many assumed the poster wasn’t original.

Now, filmmaker Anubhav Sinha is infuriated with this. Anubhav, who really admired the poster, took to Facebook and wrote a long post. It has a ‘bad language’ alert, but he probably went a bit too far with it. (Also Read: Sunny Leone to do a special number in Sanjay Dutt’s ‘Bhoomi’)

Read below:


Bollywood is so full of some Bizarre, out of work, useless pests. Can’t put a movie together themselves and they start running down other people’s work the moment a movie gets off the ground. This afternoon saw a FANTASTIC poster of ‘BHOOMI’ (I have nothing to do with the film but for the fact that I love Sanju). Minutes later another Liam Neeson Poster of a movie called Grey started circulating as the one BHOOMI copied. F*CK YOU GUYS!!! It is a bloody close up and I attach here quite a few such posters that for sure did not copy each other. These are posters made of a close up. I think the BHOOMI Poster is fantastic and that’s it.
Why don’t the losers that are sitting on their asses running down other people’s work start writing a movie that can be made. Movies are about magic that a large team puts together over years. Blood, Sweat and money goes behind it. If you start talking shit about movies from the point they get off the ground you will ruin the magic. And you motherf*cking losers, remember if Bollywood does well, chances are you will also get to make a film someday.
Sorry about my abusive language. But I am ANGRY. VERY ANGRY!!! So if you can’t put a movie together SHUT THE F*CK UP.

This opinion will certainly have many takers. Is it to say that the ones sans skills of filmmaking aren’t eligible to criticise unoriginal content? Let us know what you think!