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Madhur Bhandarkar's HEROINE (2012) and its inspirational sources.
06 Aug, 2012 | Inspired Movies (Alphabetical) / H

In the recent times with many instances coming up of inspired posters being designed for the big, it sometimes seems that do they really make this goof up by chance or they intentionally do this to get some instant publicity for their projects.

 
The second possibility has certainly got more probability as everyone knows that we are now living in a very small world connected with invisible wires where loads of information is just available to us through a click. So, it doesn’t seem to be that a designing team may have done it amateurishly hiding their original sources and then the production house or the actual makers may have come to know about its inspired status later on.
 
Anyway the controversy has once again surfaced with the first look release of Madhur Bhandarkar’s HEROINE featuring Kareena Kapoor (which was earlier started with Aishwarya in the lead). Now one of the film’s poster is quite similar to the book cover of Siddharth Dhanvant Sanghvi's “The Lost Flamingoes Of Bombay”, published by Penguin books in 2010 and also very close to one of the promotional photos of Mariah Carey released with her “The Emancipation of Mimi” music album in 2005 (so evidently Mariah came out with it first).
  
Moreover the subject of the film also reminds you of Vidya Balan’s “The Dirty Picture” and one of the cult classic of World Cinema titled, “Sunset Boulevard” (1950) directed by Billy Wilder. 

Tags : HEROINE (2012) and its inspired poster, Posters inspired from book covers, Posters inspired from Music Albums Covers, Inspirational Designs, Mariah Carey Music Album Cover inspires Heroine poster, Inspiration in Indian Movie Posters
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