The poster of Vikram Bhatt's upcoming film 'Creature 3D' is the copy of 2001 Hollywood movie Jeepers Creepers'.
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The new Murder 3 poster is a blatant copy of Jennifer's Body. Although this is not the first copy cat case, Bollywood has many examples to boast of the same. Take a look at the other poster chors!
The poster of Yash Chopra's ' Jab Tak Hai Jaan' looked like it has been copied from that of a French film called 'Forces Speciales'.
This Friday's release 'Jism 2' has certainly created a lot of buzz because of its lead actress, but a new controversy has cropped up. The Bhatts seem to have been caught red-handed again. Designer Felix Bendish has said that the 'Jism 2' poster looks eerily similar to a poster for his fashion show in 2010 titled Skin!
SRK in 'Ra.One' aped superhero Batman from the movie 'Batman Begins'. We all know who wins this superhero face-off right?
The pose adopted by the actors in the poster for Oscar-nominated film 'An Education' was perfectly aped by Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra for 'Anjaana Anjani'
Lolo's comeback film 'Dangerous Ishhq' featured Karishma in a flowing gown with a thigh-high slit, not unlike Sarah Jessica Parker in the chick flick 'Sex and The City 2'
The posters for 'Hisss' not only showed Mallika Sherawat aping a snake but also the famed sword Excalibur from the 'King Arthur' poster
It was never going to be too long before someone remade 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' given our national obsession with shaadis, but 'Hulchul' took it a step further and even created a carbon copy of the film's poster!
Satish Kaushik's movie 'Tere Sang' was not only a blatant rip-off of the Oscar-winning movie 'Juno' but you also couldn't tell the difference apart from its teaser posters
Barbara Mori and Hrithik Roshan's hot and sexy pose in the 'Kites' poster was first seen in the poster for 'The Notebook'
In the great tradition of 'inspired' Vishesh Films productions, the poster of 'Murder 2' was no different with the creators heavily borrowing from the poster of 'Anti Christ'