Updated: November 13, 2019 5:53:01 pm
After sharing the poster of Ajay Devgn, the makers of upcoming film Tanhaji The Unsung Warrior shared new posters for the film, featuring Saif Ali Khan sitting on a throne. But while many praised how the actor looked, others said it seemed like an imitation of a character from Game of Thrones.
Khan, who plays the role of Uday Bhan in the film, is seen wearing black armour and a flowing cape in the poster, and sits gripping a sword. However, many said it bore an uncanny resemblance with characters from the recently-concluded and wildly popular HBO show.
While many commented on Instagram that it reminded them of Jon Snow, others took to Twitter to poke fun at the star, sharing pictures of Snow and Khan. Others slammed the makers of the film for what they alleged was a lack of originality.
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— Shubham saxena (@Tweetsbyshubham) November 13, 2019
— RJ Damini (@rj_damini) November 13, 2019
Inspired heavily from Lord of the Rings pic.twitter.com/m7JUgjTyQy
— Yash Sanghvi (@Mr_Sanghvi) November 13, 2019
— Abhimanyu (@MadCrazyHatter_) November 13, 2019
Copied game of thrones!!
Kvi to asa kuch kro ki we feel proud!
2 star 🌟 for poster#BollywoodJaanLegaKya
— shubham kumar (@shubhamemc2) November 13, 2019
#SaifAliKhan and johnsnow are brothers 😂
— NdotK (@myselfNdotK) November 13, 2019
— Thenysh (@kkashaan) November 13, 2019
— Ruchi Raizada (@ruchi_raizada) November 13, 2019
“Winter is coming 😂”
Jon Snow oops Saif snow Khan
— Anil Rajkumar (@Cinemma_Buff) November 13, 2019
— Heeren Tanna 🇮🇳 (@heerentanna) November 13, 2019
— Artidesai555 (@artidesai555) November 13, 2019
— Himanshu Bansal (@Fir_kat_gai) November 13, 2019
The film is based on Subedar Taanaji Malusare, who was a military leader under Chhatrapati Shivaji in Maharashtra, and also stars Kajol. The film will hit theatres in January 2020.
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