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Mission Impossible 7 stunt scene is inspired by Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan sequence

After Mission Impossible 7 trailer released netizens compare Tom Cruise’s action stunt scene to Shah Rukh Khan starrer Pathaan.

Shah Rukh Khan starrer Pathaan brought waves of happiness as it lifted the poor phase of Bollywood. The actioner was a massive success in 2023 across the world. And the hype the fans created was humongous that the film crossed the 1000 crore mark at the global box office. One of the major factors of the film was SRK and Salman Khan’s scene in the Siddharth Anand directorial. The audience went crazy over their union and their train sequence received mixed reviews. Now netizens are claiming that Mission Impossible 7 stunt scene is inspired by this particular scene.
Indian film audiences and fans were highly obliged to see Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan share the screen after a long time. However, many trolled their train sequence calling it a copy of Jackie Chan’s cartoon. On the other hand, superstars’ fans defended and appreciated the scene. Well, now netizens feel Hollywood has copied the high-octane action scene. People on the internet are now claiming that Mission Impossible has taken inspiration from Yash Raj Films spy thriller flick
After Mission Impossible 7 trailer was released netizens were quick to find similarities with Pathaan. People compared that Tom Cruise starrer copied the daredevil stunt from Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan’ high-octane train scene. People on the internet started sharing their opinions. While someone said Bollywood should be proud that Hollywood is taking some inspiration from them. Others said Mission Impossible has copied the scene from a hindi film.
People also came in support of Pathaan after all the troll the film went through during its release. Internet users imagine the volume of trolls for Pathaan if Mission Impossible would have released before but no one would say anything now. Another user referred to Siddharth Anand who directed the movie tweeting Lord Anand should be proud. The Internet has now come in support of Pathaan.



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