‘Ek Villain is not copied from Korean film’, Ekta Kapoor reacts to KRK’s claims

Ek Villain Returns prequel Ek Villain, starred Sidharth Malhotra and Shraddha Kapoor. After Kamaal R Khan claimed that the 2014 film was a Korean remake, producer Ekta Kapoor revealed the truth at a press conference.

Ek Villain starring Sidharth Malhotra and Shraddha Kapoor released in 2014.

Ek Villain Returns releases on July 29 and the promotions for the film are going on in full swing. When the trailer of the film released in June, Kamaal R Khan posted a review of the same. There, he mentioned that the prequel of the film (starring Sidharth Malhotra and Shraddha Kapoor) was a Korean remake. During Ek Villain Returns press conference, Ekta Kapoor revealed if there’s any truth to KRK’s claims.


When the trailer of Ek Villain Returns had released, Kamaal R Khan claimed that the film’s prequel, Ek Villain, that released in 2014, was a remake of a Korean film. At a press conference in Delhi, producer Ekta Kapoor bared out all about it. She said, “Main apko iss picture ki ek asliyat batati hoon. Mohit ne mujhe do script sunaye the. I said ki Villain franchise has to be much bigger this time. Ye ek aisi script thi, Mohit ne work ki thi. Rohit Shetty had liked this script a lot.”

She further added, “Aur Mohit aise hi mujhe suna raha tha. I went to Rohit and I am his sister, so I requested him, and he, very sweetly, like good brothers do, gave me the script back and said that’s yours. Ye script aisi script hain ki koi bhi sunega, naa nahi kahega. Aur ye kabhi kisi language mein nahi bani hain. I don’t know what Korean Mr KRK is watching. But he seems to know more than I know I do I think.”


Well, unlike last time, this time, there are two pairs in Ek Villain Returns John Abraham, Disha Patani and Arjun Kapoor, Tara Sutaria. Disha was asked if she’s the villain in the film. To this, she replied, “For that, you’ll have to watch it on the 29th and you’ll get to know who are the villains. We were just discussing the other day, this movie is about who’s the hero and who’s the villain. It’s about a journey, a journey that all of us are going through and how different circumstances can change us and make us the heroes or the villains. Mera character jo hai, wo thodi si smart hain. Wo maanti hain ki lalach achi bala hain, lalchi hain aur lalach ke liye wo kuch bhi karegi.”

Ek Villain Returns releases on July 29 in theatres.

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