Movies are worlds of wonder. Where things like life, love and death are dealt with so much creativity that most of the time, we are left confused. The creativity is not limited to just Hollywood or Bollywood movies, but also Indian soap operas. How many times was Mihir Virani resurrected? That’s a mystery that even Ekta Kapoor won’t be able to solve. But this isn’t the first time that writers of TV series and films have decided some characters were better off alive. Well, how do you think all those sequels and never-ending series come from?
Here are 5 of the worst ways that movies have brought characters back to life:
Plastic surgery is the most common here. Many faces, but one soul. How intense! As if that wasn’t enough, here’s an epic heart transplant operation you shouldn’t miss.
Way to go!
With dialogues like "Mere Karan Arjun aayenge"
The force is really strong with this one. Crazy mother – Check. Revenge – Check. Evil thakur – check! Now, let the heroes come back. They look the same, walk the same and talk the same.
If you think you’re smart, you are so wrong! The characters in movies can easily deceive you. In Dhoom 2, Aryan (Hrithik Roshan) is shot by Sunehri and later he falls from a steep waterfall… Only to start a new life with Sunehri in Fiji after six months. Much wow!
The touch of love
The most sappy way most characters are resurrected in Bollywood. The power of love, kiss of love or whatever…
If everything fails, here’s a twin!
Want another sequel with the same hero? Let’s get the identical twin out. Movie franchises manage to fool us every time. And it works!
Not to forget, the greatest resurrection in the history of cinema! When Gandalf the Grey came back as Gandalf the White. They are actually the same… Just with a new… Umm, wardrobe? Hair color? Either way, we love him!