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We would love to see Hollywood versions of these Bollywood films
Taare Zameen Par
The present education system that prevails in India surely lacks enough sensitivity when it comes to treating children with special needs with enough tenderness. At the same time, teachers are often not blessed with enough liberal mindsets, unlike the fatty degrees they posses. It'd be at the same time interesting and thought provoking to see how Hollywood perceives and executes the subject; also whether this is a problem in only the third world countries including India that lack edge cutting mindset and infrastructure in education sector or the first world suffers from such stereotypes too.
Hollywood is famous for its thrillers. However, the good news is that Bollywood is also generating some tight and original content. Bollywood hopefully will draw the attention of cinema enthusiasts globally soon.'Kahaani' is one of the best thrillers Bollywood has produced in recent times. Wouldn't it be great to see a Hollywood remake of the same?
Friendship is something beyond geography and language; well that's what we believe. Moments and laughter shared among friends are timeless and priceless too. That is one reason why we cherish this film so much. How about a Hollywood version of 3 Idiots? Are parents crazy about making their children engineers there too?
Dil Chahta Hai
Long drives. Road trips. Unlimited fun. Unspoken promise to stand by each other forever. The smooth tale of friendship that flows like a river. This film should be remade in Bollywood so that we can just taste the essence once more with different characters and locations.
Ek Thi Daayan
Are you a 'grudge' fan? Horror films of Hollywood are much talked about. Bollywood is also growing up, taking a break of those puraani havelis, old caretakers and rusted gates that make wrird sounds and those funny looking blood mouthed monsters. Ek Thi Daayan is an example of that. Let's have a Hollywood version of the film!
My Name is Khan
"My Name is Khan and I am Not A Terrorist"- an universal message to those who generalize Islamics to be terrorists. While the first world has been firmly condemning the act of terrorism all this while, we'd like to see how they use the medium of audio visual to throw a strong message on the same. Hence, a Hollywood remake of My Name Is Khan!
Surrendering one's own dreams to outer pressures; we are used to these stories. But we would still like to see what Hollywood thinks about such stereotypes (and how global audience reacts to it).