Twitterati felt that the poster featuring Katrina is copied from the poster of a French film titled Un Homme a la Hauteur. Take a look
Yesterday, filmmakers of Zero launched two posters on social media, the first featuring Katrina Kaif and Shah Rukh Khan in a romantic pose, and the other shows SRK having fun with Anushka Sharma in Connaught Place, New Delhi.
Both the posters have received great response on social media. However, some people felt that the two posters are copied from other films.
In the first poster, Shah Rukh is seen sitting alongside Anushka on a wheel-chair at Connaught Place, New Delhi, both of them in a cheerful mood. On the other poster, Katrina and Shah Rukh share a romantic moment where the actress is donning a high-slit red gown.
Some felt that the poster featuring Katrina is copied from the poster of a French film titled Un Homme a la Hauteur. The French film poster also features a shorter man and a gorgeous lady in a red dress looking at each other's eyes.
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The other poster featuring Anushka is said to be copied from a Telugu movie Oopiri, which was also made in Tamil, featuring Akkineni Nagarjuna, Karthi, and Tamannaah in the lead roles. The characters in Zero poster are seen more or less posing similarly as that of the characters in Oopiri.
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The trailer of Zero will be released today, November 2, at a grand event in Mumbai. According to reports, the makers will recreate Meerut city for the launch along with a mela that would have food and game stalls.
Zero revolves around Bauua, a vertically challenged man, played by SRK. Katrina plays an actor battling alcoholism and Anushka is reportedly playing a scientist.
Speaking about the film title, director Aanand L Rai said, "I wanted to celebrate Zero. I wanted to celebrate the incompleteness in people. There is nothing great in being a complete person. There is beauty in incompleteness. We all are humans and Zero comes from there."
Produced by Red Chillies Entertainment and Colour Yellow Productions, the movie is all set to hit the screens on December 21.
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Last Updated 2, Nov 2018, 12:32 PM