Bollywood 6 Bollywood Films That Got The Same Name But Their Stories Were Totally Different By admin Posted on October 17, 2020 3 min read 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr 6 Bollywood Films That Got The Same Name But Their Stories Were Totally Different Every once in a while you will see a trailer for a movie whose name instills a sense of deja vu because you’ve seen it before, even though the new movie isn’t a reboot. This lazy film phenomenon doesn’t happen often but when it does, usually the two movies have nothing in common. 1- Golmaal The first Golmaal movies begin innocently as an attempt to pass a job interview but quickly become a complex web of deceptions involving false facial hair, fake twins, a pretend mother, and an impossible romantic connection. The second one (Golmaal: Fun Unlimited) revolves around the lives of four homeless youngsters who hide their identity and moves to the house of a blind couple. 2- Baaghi The old Baaghi movie, starring Salman Khan was about a rebel leaving his home for the love of his life who works at a brothel. Coming to Baaghi of 2016, starring Shraddha Kapoor and Tiger Shroff, was a completely different concept with a lot of masala in it. The movie became a franchise with Baaghi 3 as its latest release. 3- Dilwale Dilwale (1994) is a story of a man who is falsely accused of murder by his girlfriend’s guardian and ends up in a mental asylum. 4- Hera Pheri Hera Pheri (1976) was about two con men out of which one finds out that the other one’s father might have killed his father. 5- Agent Vinod Agent Vinod (1977) revolved around an agent who investigates the kidnapping of a scientist. Agent Vinod (2012) revolved around an agent on a mission to find the killer of his colleague only to unravel a bigger mystery. 6- Dostana Dostana (1980) is about a cop and a lawyer who falls for the same woman. Dostana (2010) had two men pretending to be gay and fall for the same woman.