Telugu movies undoubtedly are progressing towards a new style of movie making. Budgets have gone up and also the standards. Most of the movies in Bollywood are being ‘lifted’ from Telugu. In a country like United States, Telugu movies are giving tough competition to the collections of Hollywood movies. In the making of movie on international standards some of the makers are getting inspired from Hollywood movies and some directors directly lift scenes from those movies. Let’s have a look at some of the distinct lift off scenes.
Sye (Rajamouli) – Any Given Sunday
Rajamouli is definitely the best director in Telugu and also most wanted director in Indian film industry. He makes movies with passion and determination. However this climax scene from Sye was inspired from an English movie Any Given Sunday.
Iddarammayilatho (Puri Jaganath) – The Man from Nowhere
Puri Jaganath has good name in industry for finishing up projects soon in limited budget. The interval scene in the movie Iddarammayilatho was inspired from a Korean movie The man from nowhere.
Arundhati (kodi Ramakrishna) – House of Flying Daggers
Arundhati is no doubt a good movie in Telugu movie industry. Kodi Ramakrishna directed many graphic oriented movies in the past and Arundhati is considered the best of all. The drum dance episode of the movie is considered to be very special but the episode was inspired from a Chinese movie House of flying daggers.
Athadu (Trivikram Srinivas) – US Marshals
Trivikram Srinivas is a director popular both in class and mass. He has directed the best family entertainers like Nuve Nuve and also the best action entertainers like Jalsa and Athadu. The escape scene from movie Athadu was inspired from English movie U.S. Marshals.
Oosaravelli (Surender Reddy) – Vengeance
Surender Reddy is a director who makes movies stylishly and presents hero in a different manner. The assassination of Shyam’s family scene was inspired from Hong Kong thriller Vengeance.
Dookudu (Srinu Vaitla) – Cocktail of Hollywood Flicks
Srinu Vaitla is director who is in great demand for his same repetitive story lines and entertainment. Entertainment plays a major role in his movies. The interval fight from Dookudu was not inspired but lifted directly from various English movies.
Racha (Sampath Nandi) – The Last Vampire
Sampath Nandi started off slowly and now progressing into a popular director after directing Ram Charan and now Pawan Kalyan. The Bamboo fight was inspired from a Chinese movie The last vampire.
Damarukam (Srinivasa Reddy) – Kung Fu Hustle
Srinivasa Reddy who previously directed small comedy entertainers got a chance to direct big budget movie with Nagarjuna. The climax scene of the movie is inspired from Hong Kong action movie Kung Fu Hustle.
Endukante Premanta (Karunakaran) – Just Like Heaven
Karunakaran is popular for directing romantic entertainers. Toliprema, Happy, Darling, etc. are some of his good works. His last movie Endukante Premanta plot was inspired from American movie Just Like Heaven.
Autonagar Surya (Deva Katta) – Song inspired from Love Lockdown (Kanye West)
Deva Katta is known for directing different genre movies. The video song from the movie was inspired from English pop song Love Lockdown by Kanye West.