Bollywood Epic Brings Together Action Heroes

Published 7 years ago by , Updated August 24th, 2012 at 8:34 am,

stallone arnold Bollywood Epic Brings Together Action Heroes

You can definitely list this one under, “What the…?!?”

Incredible Love, the first Bollywood film to be made at Universal Studios, has lined up the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger (The Terminator franchise), Sylvester Stallone (Rocky and Rambo series), Brandon Routh (Superman Returns and the upcoming sequel Man of Steel) and Linda Hamilton (also from The Terminator series) to appear.

But don’t get ahead of yourselves excited at the prospects of them in full-on action-mode blowing stuff up. They’re only walk-on parts (i.e. playing themselves).

The actual plot involves “an Indian stuntman who takes Hollywood by storm but cannot find true love there.”

Its also the most expensive Bollywood production ever made. And that apparently comes from nabbing said actors. As producer Sajid Nadiadwala explained:

“As a producer, these stars are expensive. But as their fan I feel money is of no consequence.”

Personally, it seems like a waste to pay them a bunch of cash just to show up and say, “Hey, what’s up? I’m *fill in the blank*” I’d totally want to get my money’s worth and have a big musical dance number where Arnold and Sly compare their cinematic bad-ass-ness.

But maybe that’s just me…

Sources: The Times and Sify

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  1. Sounds good to me.

  2. I love Brandon Routh….and bollywood, even though he may not be as big name as the other Hollywood stars in this film, I am most excited to see him.

  3. Honestly, I just can’t get the image of such a dance off out of my head now.

  4. This is Bollywoods “The Last Action Hero” remake.

    I love that quote, “money is of no consequence”

    What a …jerk.

  5. O…..K…..
    So, those stars have been drugged, it’s sooo obvious!

  6. Frankly, I am so sick and tired of hearing about “Bollywood”. I am from India and feel “Bollywood” is overrated. If you REALLY want to wach a good Hindi film go for the classics. You can’t go wrong with films by Guru Dutt like Pyasa, Kagaz Ke Phool (for Drama); Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s Golmaal, Naram Garam (for Comedy). These are not your typical “Bollywood” glam sham films. These films actually have meaning and are entertaining as well. Most of the “Bollywood” films today are remakes of Hollywood films and it would be nice to see “someone” actually make an original for a change. What’s the big deal about “Hollywood” coming to “Bollywood” anyway? For the Hollywood stars, it’s re-enacting their previous roles….they’re all copied films in India anyway.

  7. I was also being frustrated among the crazy sequels and copied concepts followed by Bollywood directors in now days but still there are some few story lines which consisting many critics, as these are not very strong as like old Bollywood movies but still have a fame to over come form the shadow of making sequels.