Plays, music, real stories, and occasionally even an app can serve as inspiration for screenwriters and encourage studios to make movies. But the most popular source for filmmaking inspiration remains literature.
Any person who enjoys reading is automatically a movie buff.
The settings and the events that follow the climax may differ slightly in the Hindi movie version, but the fundamental plot remains the same and is just as entertaining to watch as the source material.
Iago/Keshav and Cassio/Ishwar were his two loyal men. Omkara marries Dolly/Desdemona after falling in love with her, but later kills her out of extreme jealousy and inferiority complex.
Despite the year and cultural differences in the setting, Vishal Bharadwaj is able to properly adapt the Shakespearean tragedy to an Indian context while maintaining its enchantment. Cast: Sonam Kapoor, Abhay Deol and Amrita Puri.
This Bollywood film starring Sonam Kapoor was based on the well-known novel Emma by Jane Austen. Her friend Mr. Knightley disapproves of her work. Sanjay Leela Bhansali transformed Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s White Nights into the enchanted film Saawariya.
In the book Rebecca, a naive 20-year-old arrives at the expansive Cornwell estate freshly married after widower Maxim de Winter makes a marriage proposal to the narrator.
Although Biren Nag added paranormal happenings and altered the finale, the story centres on a newlywed wife who is attacked by the ghost of her husband’s deceased wife.
The film also tells the story in a comforting way, adding drama as needed to give the already charming tale some colour. It demonstrates how their son Gogol struggles with his parentage and sense of self as an American-Indian.