Shah Rukh Khan fans accuse Tom Cruise of plagiarism for 'Mission Impossible 7' stunt - Publicawaaz

Shah Rukh Khan fans accuse Tom Cruise of plagiarism for ‘Mission Impossible 7’ stunt

Tom Cruise's Stunt In 'Mission Impossible 7' Draws Controversy Over Being Copied From Shah Rukh Khan Starrer' Pathaan'

Soon after the release of the Tom Cruise movie “Mission Impossible 7” trailer on Wednesday, May 18, the teaser started drawing major controversies among Indian netizens across the globe.

The Trailer

On Wednesday night, the trailer for Tom Cruise’s seventh and last Mission: Impossible film, Dead Reckoning Part One, was made public. The action-packed teaser included some intense action scenes and daily glimpses of Tom Cruise escaping (or frequently heading towards) peril. However, one scene that reminded many Indian viewers of a scenario in “Pathaan” was when Tom’s character managed to escape a train collision.

The scene in question resembles Pathaan’s post-interval sequence in which Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan battle Russian guards on a moving train and heroically escape the train. To compare the two scenes, several Shah Rukh Khan fans posted images of them side by side.

A user tweeted: “Bollywood should be proud @iamsrk,” while another fan stated, “Hollywood copied # Pathaan’s action scene.”



The Movie

As per News18, In Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, Ethan Hunt and his IMF team set out on their most dangerous assignment yet: to find a deadly new weapon that poses a threat to all of humankind before it is misused. With control of the future and the fate of the planet at risk and evil forces from Ethan’s past closing in, a deadly race across the world starts. When faced with a mysterious, all-powerful foe, Ethan is forced to think that nothing can be more important than his mission—not even the lives of the people he values the most.

The movie will premiere on July 12, 2023, in theatres.




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