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Completely agree. Rather than being more funny even the introduction of this list seems more filled with hate for Indian film Industry rather than proper sarcasm. Mohammed Shariff is from Pakistan I guess so I understand why. he doesn’t realize that many the Pakistani actors come to India to try their luck in Bollywood. Even the Pakistani population loves Indian movies. Hollywood has lots of financial backing and power and any other film industry who tries to compete with them dies (look at the European film industry for example). Bollywood has its own thing going on and that is the reason the market for Indian movies is expanding exceptionally. Bollywood indeed copies from Hollywood but that doesn’t mean that Hollywood is so original. I think the Japanese should write a list as to how many movies Hollywood ripped from them.