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Underworld dramas get popular in B-wood, RGV doesn't mind

Mumbai, Oct 1 : Bollywood filmmakers are readily churning out underworld dramas, but Ram Gopal Varma, who was a trendsetter of sorts for the genre here, says nobody is copying anyone's style.


Asked if he feels that his style is being copied, Varma said: "I don't think anybody copies anybody's style. Every director, without exception, will get inspired from someone, whether it is me or X or Y."

The 51-year-old spoke here Monday at the launch of the first look of "Satya 2".

In recent times, films like "Shootout at Lokhandwala", "Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai", "Shootout at Wadala" and "Once Upon Ay Time in Mumbaai Dobara!", about the underworld, have been released.

Varma himself had earlier made films like "Satya" in 1998 and "Company", based on the same theme.

--IANS (Posted on 01-10-2013)

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