Similar in the tollywood scenario, when one hero's "seema faction" film becomes a success and most of the others follow. And now, the entirety of india is adopting this habit by seeing movies like Baahubali and KGF. Even while it's fantastic to consider outperforming previous films, the failure to succeed comes from producing films that are comparable to them in content.

Cut to Bollywood: The aesthetic and elevation game of Rajamouli's Baahubali trilogy were emulated in movies like Thugs of Hindostan, Shamshera, Padmavat, Panipat, and Samrat Prithviraj. At the box office, all of these movies were failures. Other movies, including Mani Ratnam's PS1 and Mohanlal's Marakkar, came from other southern businesses as well, but they weren't as well received. And now for the next.

Sandalwood produced the critically criticized film Kabzaa in an apparent attempt to copy KGF. Even though upendra plays the key role, the movie failed to garner much attention in kannada alone. Forget about how well it performed in other states. To hide it, the creators have now claimed that it produced about $100 crores in sales, which is completely improbable.

So, it should be very obvious that copying Baahubali and kgf won't work and that instead, original works like pushpa and Kantaara or serious films like The Kashmiri Files should be developed to appeal to audiences. And a few more movies are waiting in line right now to demonstrate this.

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