Whenever a poster or teaser of a big film comes out, the natural tendency of fans is to get excited while anti-fans will be on the job of digging into the internet to find its resemblance with others. Recently when Spyder’s first single released, there are many copy allegations against Haris Jairaj for lifting the song from a foreign language album. And now, it’s #PSPK25 time.
On the eve of Pawan Kalyan’s birthday, a concept poster along with a sweet music video was unveiled from his next film which left fans in delight. However, the title of this Trivikram’s directorial is not revealed leaving fans disappointed. There are speculations that Pawan Kalyan’s concept based poster got inspiration from a Bollywood movie.
Around the similar time, Manoj Bajpayee’s next film Rukh poster was also released in Bollywood. The posters of #PSPK25 and Rukh look alike, and themes of the films also seem similar. While Pawan Kalyan is said to travel with his thoughts in his film, Manoj Bajpayee’s film is all about the journey of a boy who sails to get back his relations. With posters looking similar, there are talks that Pawan Kalyan’s poster has been copied or inspired.
Reality is that a picture-in-picture is a traditional artistic idea to depict about the thoughts of a person who is in search of a something. Likewise, almost all the posters feature a hero’s 3/4th cutout, and this picture-in-picture is also a standard form of art. So, what’s the copy deal here?
Meanwhile, Pawan and Trivikram are in plans to wrap the entire shoot by the end of this month and release the film during Sankranthi on January 10th next year.