Pakistani internet users are mocking the trailer of the Pakistani flick, 50 Crore, inspired by popular Spanish-crime series, Money Heist on social media since yesterday.
The trailer released on YouTube on Sunday began trending on social media after netizens mocked the flick. The film’s cast includes Faysal Qureshi, Ejaz Aslam, Saboor Aly, Zhalay Sarhadi, Faryal Mahmood, Asad Siddiqui, Naveed Raza, Mehmood Aslam, Noman Habib, Anoushey Abbasi, and Umer Shehzad in lead roles.
While the audience praised the movie for being different from typical storylines revolving around domestic issues and trouble families, it also got mocked for the ‘plagiarism’. The netizens slammed the movie for lacking original content.
“How did the cast of 50 CrOre even agreed do it…. they are gonna embrass themselves…” wrote one Twitter user.
Internet user with the account user name Mechanic619, on a social media forum of defence.pk pointed out that the movie is inspired by the Spanish series, Money Heist that is evident through the trailers of the film. The user commented that: “Not Ocean series, Its a copy of Money Heist, Every character in money heist was named after a famous city from all over the world, and in the trailer, everyone is holding signs with names of Cities of Pakistan, So it looks like a combination of Ocean series and Money heist.”
The troll came up with interesting replies on social media. One user even suggested changes in the cast of the film. “If Aamir liaquat does not play the role of Arturo in Pakistani money heist #50crore i’am not gonna watch it,” wrote one Twitter user.
I'd watch Pakistani money heist if it had Zardari and Nawaz Sharif as the main casts members
— AL (@sleepyalmak) October 19, 2020
“I’d watch Pakistani money heist if it had Zardari and Nawaz Sharif as the main casts members,” wrote another Twitter user.
A few of the social media users appreciated the trailer of the movie and said: “I don’t get why there’s so much hate for 50 crores, At at least they’re making something out of the saas-bahu shadi talaaq genre, who cares if its a copy?”
GVS News Desk