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Republic Entertainment Desk

Dhamaka To Dobara: Must-watch Bollywood Movies Adapted From Korean Dramas

Bollywood thriller film, inspired by The Terror Live (2013), follows a news anchor's high-stakes broadcast to save lives from a terrorist threat.

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Dobara (2004) is a Bollywood adaptation of the South Korean horror film Into the Mirror, focusing on a man's job as a security guard and supernatural occurrences.

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Andhadhun is an Indian black comedy thriller, inspired by the South Korean film The Man Who Wasn't There, involving a visually impaired pianist who becomes involved in mysterious events.

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Awarapan, a crime drama, draws inspiration from the South Korean film A Bittersweet Life (2005), which explores themes of loyalty and betrayal in mob enforcers.

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Do Lafzon Ki Kahaani is a remake of the 2011 Korean movie Always, which was previously adapted in 2015 in Kannada as Boxer. The filming locations included Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and India.

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Prem Ratan Dhan Payo is a remake of the Korean film Masquerade.

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Jazbaa, a Bollywood remake of the 2007 Korean film Seven Days, follows a lawyer's quest to defend a convicted felon in a short time to save her daughter.

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