Bollywood movies are based on true events and are inspired by the accomplishments or downfalls of certain staff who have extraordinary stories to tell. Bollywood movies also become an inspiration for some real-life incidents! Movies are known to present new perspectives to people, but at times fresh inspiration has proven fatal to the well-being of others. Here is a list of real crimes committed by criminals under the influence of the movies.
Here are five times when Bollywood movies inspired real-life crimes:
Special 26, this movie that was based on a real-life incident, inspired more such crimes. In June 2013, eight people claiming to be income tax agents broke into Jayanti Bhai Sarvaiya’s home and stole her cash and valuables. They stole valuable Rs. 1.5 million rupees, after posing as income tax officials with her fake IDs and search warrant.
Drishyam is one of the best crime thrillers. Drishyam inspires a man to kill and hide the body mysteriously. his plot twists became an inspiration for a real-life murder in Bhopal. Ajay’s character in the film about how to dispose of a corpse and dump the victim’s body into the Hathikeda dam in December 2015.
In the film wherein John Abraham’s bike pack loots a Goa club vault, a four-part group ransacks the bank. A significant occurrence happened in Kerala by four burglars who later admitted that they were impacted by this film. The Kerala bank burglary, 2007, was one of those situations where, as in the last theft in the film, genuine looters burrowed into the bank vault and took cash and gold worth rupees. 8 crores.
Darr’s romantic psychological thriller film directed by Yash Chopra. Dipti Sarna’s film is inspired by the movie “Darr”. The Stalker claims he was following her for the past 14 months before staging her abduction.
Bunty Aur Babli
Bunty Aur Babli crime comedy directed by Shaad Ali, with Aditya Chopra as screenwriter and producer. Inspired by con artists played by Abhishek Bachchan and Rani Mukherjee, the police were looking for a man named Jagjeet and his partner for attempted murder, robbery, robbery, and kidnapping.