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5 Mistakes In Bollywood Movies You May Have Missed

Films have been for the longest time the popular medium of entertainment for Indians. The demand for Bollywood films are growing rapidly. With the demand comes the need for filmmakers to supply that many films. In the process of filmmaking there have been some facts that have been ignored or have not been double-checked. Sometimes the audience notices the bollywood movie mistakes but it is possible that some of these mistakes are missed. If you like finding such film mistakes then you are at the right place. Here are 5 movie mistakes that you may find interesting.

PK

This Aamir Khan and Anushka Sharma film made one question a lot of things about life and the world around us. But one needs to question the filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani on a particular scene in PK. Sushant Singh Rajput’s character (Sarfaraz) tells Jaggu (Anushka) that he works at Bruges in the Pakistani Embassy. But, there is no embassy of Pakistan in Bruges.

Ra. One

Remember Shekhar Subramanium (Shah Rukh Khan), the game designer? This typical south Indian hindu man was given a christian burial in the film. Let’s say that maybe that’s the funeral he wanted. But, in the very next scene we see his wife Sonia (Kareena Kapoor) along with their son immersing Shekhar’s ashes into the river. Mind-boggling, right? Bollywood movie mistakes like these make you want to find some more, right?

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag

The biopic on the flying Sikh was one of the best films in Farhan Akhtar’s life. But the film had one glaring mistake. The film was set in the 1950’s but the actor sings the song nanna munha rahi hoon in the film. The song is from the movie Son of India which released only in 1962. Milkha Singh was definitely not the lyricist of ‘Nanna muna’ so we are unsure how the filmmaker thought the athlete would know this song years ago.

Lagaan

Set in 1892, this Ashutosh Gowariker film starring Aamir Khan was a blockbuster hit. The film based on cricket had a small mistake. The rules of Cricket in 1892 were slightly different from today. In the film the bowlers bowled 6 balls in an over which was not the case in reality. England allowed just five balls in an over. An extra ball for extra luck?

Pyaar Ka Punchnama

This comedy drama had its own share of mistakes. The three lead guys of the film arrive at a night dhaba on a bike but when they leave, they get into a jeep! Some transformers magic that was.

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