Real Life to Reel life in Bollywood
With Bollywood being the world’s most prolific movie industry, it is proving to be really difficult for filmmakers to decide on strong scripts which is an essence to the success of a movie. That may be the reason why an increasing number of Bollywood movies are now seen to be inspired by real life incidents that connect to masses, and yes, they have seen fair amount of success too. Listed below are some of the similar ventures in the past year.
In May 2008, a shocking and gruesome incident came into light which made the headlines on the dailies all over the country. Maria Susairaj, an aspiring TV actress, with the assistance of her fiancé Jerome Mathew, who was a naval officer, brutally Neeraj Grover, a television executive. The filmmaker Ram Gopal Verma, has attempted his best to depict the crime with the fullest of brutality with which it was committed.
Vidya Balan, who earlier essayed a real life character in her movie “No One killed Jessica”, is all set to repeat her venture into real life stories by a bold role of portraying southern sex siren and actress Silk Smitha. The movie aims to detail the journey of the famous actress from a simple village girl to one of the most sought after and lusted for heroines in the southern film industry.
No One Killed Jessica
This is an amazing piece of work done by the director with a precise blend of facts and fictions making you stick to the corner of your seat throughout the movie. The film brings to life the famous Jessica Lal murder case, with Rani Mukherjee playing the strong character of journalist Barkha Dutt, who played a pivotal role to bring the perpetrators to justice for the case.
The movie is based on the real life story of a Delhi girl named Deepika who ventured out with her boyfriend for a weekend on the city outskirts. To make the movie more sellable, spices of sex and horror have been added that got Ekta Kapoor enthusiastic response from the viewers.
With another movie named “Anjuna Beach” based on the famous murder case of British teenager Scarlett Keeling, on the cards, Bollywood seems to be keen on continuing its tryst of bringing the real life incidents on the silver screen.