VeerZaara is new name of Tere Pyar Main,

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This is taken from another Bulletin board but makes interesting reading. Alot of spelling and grammer mistakes. I have corrected some.

Well most of people in pakistan are really crazy about the upcoming hindi movie "veer zaara" and i m sure people in UK too were waiting for this movie....
but infact people in UK don't know that its a clear cut copy of the Pakistani blockbuster movie "Tere Pyaar Main" same story line 95%

MOVIE COMPARISON:::

Title: "tere pyaar mein"

"veer zaara"

Year: TPM "DEC 2000"

VZ "NOV 2004"

Producer:TPM "shahzad gul"
VZ "yash chopra"

Review: TPM"excellent movie"
VZ "fine but not so praised"


Box office: TPM"block buster of year"
VZ "not known yet"

Theme:
TPM "love b/w indian sikh girl "love b/w pakistani
and pakistani muslim boy"

VZ "love b/w pakistani muslim girl and sikh indian boy"


Cast:TPM"shaan,zara shiekh,veena malik"
VZ "shahrukh khan,preety zinta,rani"

Story: TPM "Zara sheikh is an indian girl who
lives happily in india with her family and then goes
to Pakistan for the sikh yaatra in lahore.

VZ "prety zinta is a Pakistani girl who lives happily in Pakistan with her family and them goes to india to fulfill to the wish of her servant.


TPM In pakistan she met with shaan in (muslim boy) they fall in love with each other.

VZ she met sharukh(sikh boy) they fell in love with each other.

TPM
b/c she is an indian girl she had to come back to india.

VZ
b/c she is Pakistani girl she had to come back to Pakistan.


TPM Then shaan droped her at the train station in lahore going to atari(india).

VZ
then sharukh khan dropped at atari train station.

VZ
Difference: she met with her
fionce at the station.


TPM she comes back to india

VZ she comes back to pakistan


TPM Her father friend's son also loves her who was in indian army. (similar to fiounce

VZ Her fionce love her too.


TPM Shaan came to india later on..in zaara home.

VZ shahrukh came to pakistan too.

TPM Her father friend's does not like shaan.

VZ her fiounce does not like sharukh

TPM then he accused shaan as a terrorist of Pak

VZ then he accused shahrukh as a terrorist of india

TPM shaan got jail

VZ shahrukh got jail too

TPM
then shaan escape from jail by the help of kashmiris mujahedin

VZ
rani mukerji help shahrukh in getting freedom from jail.

TPM shaan want to come back pakistan with zaara sheikh

VZ shahrukh also come back to india with prety zinta


difference:
TPM shan has to travel a long distance from india to pakistan through the way of kashmir and escape from indian army with zaara


VZ rani mukerji has to do a difficult job in giving shahrukh justice in pakistan

TPM shan does escape in the end with zaara and he reaches Pakistan. Shan is happy when he reaches pakistani border.


VZ shahrukh got freedom and comes back to india with pretty shahrukh kissed his soil when reached indian border...




IT is JUst the conincidence ZAARA SHEIKH NAME IS PRETTY IN paki movie
Preety name is Zaara in indian movie..

i m sure that you overseas pakistanis should also watch "tere pyaar mein" to confirm the reality so you can watch that movie too and tell how cheapers and cheater is bollywood..........(shame on you bollywood)

it is just the coincidence that the movie story is similar no wayits the clear cut copy.......




ok bye
Posted 17 Nov 2004

MR PERFECT says
samiyah said:

...Anyhow this is a battle that will never end!



finally....something we agree on.
Posted 18 Nov 2004

Rain Man says
samiyah said:

...Anyhow this is a battle that will never end!


then why would u even start...in the first place
Posted 18 Nov 2004

samiyah says
YAS DEVIL said:

samiyah said:

...Anyhow this is a battle that will never end!


then why would u even start...in the first place

i didnt start i stated my point and someone decided to state there's and it went from there....
Posted 18 Nov 2004

scotchtape says
samiyah said:

http://in.news.yahoo.com/040320/58/2c47n.html

http://www.telegraphindia.com/10403...ory_3029697.asp

Saas, bahu rule soaps across border
- Ekta Kapoor’s K-serials and local clones top Pakistan charts
CHANDRIMA S. BHATTACHARYA

Mumbai, March 19: They could pass off as “Klones”, only the K-word is missing. And instead of heavily embroidered sarees, it’s salwar kameezes.

The women look as pretty, processed and bogged down by glittering costume jewellery; the sets are stuffed with as much kitschy furniture and every episode is inspired by the same subtle intent on part of the saas, or the doosri aurat, to malign the bahu.

Ekta Kapoor hasn’t actually produced a serial for PTV, but she is the reigning queen of soap in Pakistan, too.

According to one of the leading television software houses in Pakistan, family dramas on the small screen were reinvented following the success of the K-serials.

“All our top-ranking serials are inspired by Ekta Kapoor,” says Mohammad Jerjees Seja, the executive director of Evernew Entertainment, the Pakistani media house that was in Mumbai to attend Frames, the Ficci entertainment convention.

“There’s Mehndi, there’s Kabhi Kabhi Pyar Mein and Chandni Ratein from Evernew alone. Another such serial is in the offing, which will be called Jaise Jaante Nahin,” he adds.

The opening conceit may be slightly different. In Mehndi, the Colour of Emotions, a mega hit on PTV, a father with four daughters marries them off the same day, thinking that he has got rid of his responsibilities. But problems begin from Day 1 after the weddings — and the problems have a generic name: kitchen politics.

Even the stills of the serial look like they have been issued by Balaji Telefilms, with the smiling couples looking like they have just stepped out of a photo-shoot for upmarket wedding finery.

“It’s the same thing as here,” says Seja. “It’s about the same moneyed class, where they don’t have to worry about money or anything really. So they worry about the small problems between family members.”

“Ekta Kapoor knows how influenced we are by her,” says Seja. He adds that Sajjad Gul, CEO of Evernew group, also the oldest and biggest film production house in Pakistan that veered into television software after the film industry nose-dived, has interacted with Kapoor often.

Chandni Ratein was another record-breaking serial from Evernew. It had a man who wanted children but could not have them from his wife, going in for a second marriage. The second wife – you guessed it – turns out to be vile, and everyone suddenly starts pining for the good, first bahu.

“There is one difference between our serials and yours,” says Seja. “All our serials have a 13-episode format.” So at least there is no scope to repeat the reincarnations rampant in the K-serials.

Seja doesn’t need to elaborate the plot of Jaise Jaante Nahin, the forthcoming attraction. “It’s the same,” he says.

The female leads of the soaps are as popular. For a Smriti Irani here, there’s an Amna Haque (who acts in Mehndi); for a Shweta Katra here, there’s Sadia Imam. Their characters are as much of household names, standing for the same set of wifely virtues as a Tulsi or Kkusum here.

The originals are also there. Since Pakistan gets the satellite entertainment channels beamed here, Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki and Kkusum are delivered in person into Pakistani homes and rate as the highest viewed programmes on the satellite channels there, too.

Nausheen Sardar Ali, the actress who formerly used to play Kkusum, was booked by a Pakistani serial as soon as she was out of Ekta’s factory: she is now shooting for the serial in Dubai.

Evernew has so far shown its serials on PTV alone. It’s the government-owned terrestrial channel.

The television industry in Pakistan has taken other cues from the industry here. “The GEO news channel is modelled after Aaj Tak,” says Seja. Anu Kapur is as much a popular host for a music programme on a channel there called Gayegi Duniya Geet Mere.

Evernew is here looking for a joint production with an Indian company. “It will be the first joint production between two houses from the two countries,” says Seja.

The television industry in Pakistan, based in Karachi, is more modern and professional than the film industry, which is based in Lahore.

With technology on its side, it has made rapid advances in the last few years. “We used to make four to five family dramas five years back. But this year, about 70 soaps are in the pipeline,” Seja says.

He adds that seven to eight satellite channels will be launched soon. Last year, advertisement revenues went up by 16 per cent for the industry, he says.

Seja doesn’t forget to remind, though, that Pakistani serials are also very popular in India. “There’s a huge viewership of these serials in India. But it is viewed on VCDs as they are not telecast here,” he says.




notice the article's written by an Indian CHANDRIMA S. BHATTACHARYA for an indian newspaper
Posted 18 Nov 2004

scotchtape says
"i know how your actress's dress cause they had a article in the paper on how the interactions are changing the styles of your country so people in your country can present themselves better so they can come to india's level and then become international!!"

so before they started going to India, they didnt dress well? Is that what you're trying to say? In Pakistan, a lot of women dress up even to go shopping, then why won't a celebrity whose rich go out in style. You are messed.
Posted 18 Nov 2004

scotchtape says
Didnt Nazia Hassan work in Bollywood and was a huge success before the 'peace process' started?
Posted 18 Nov 2004

MR PERFECT says
MANY people worked in bollywood b4 the 'peace process' and they were megastars B4 that.
Posted 18 Nov 2004

samiyah says
the only people i remember who worked in india were zeeba and nusrat who is nadia hussain??
Posted 19 Nov 2004

MR PERFECT says
the following pakistani talent has worked in india:

mohsin khan (cricket player)
NFAK
nazia hasan (a pioneer for south asian female singers)
zohaib hasan (nazia's brother)
junoon
noor jehan
mehdi hasan
ghulam ali
sajad ali
mammar rana
reema
fuzon
strings
naseebo lal (HUGE among the sikhs in india)
ali haider
sabri brothers
reshma
abida parveen
iqbal bano
nayara noor
adnan sami

...and many more. And all of these names were successful in their native pakistan, BEFORE heading over to india, simply to add another feather in their cap.
Posted 19 Nov 2004

scotchtape says
^add zeba bakhtiar and salma agha
Posted 20 Nov 2004

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