POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON Feb 23, 2010 AT 00:25 IST ,  Edited At: Feb 23, 2010 00:25 IST

We have heard of films, songs, and now we have fight club pointing out the, well, inspiration for IPL 2010's launch video.

Last time it was the IPL Karmayudh video which was copied from the Yankees Ad. If you dont remember click here to see the original, the copied and filmmaker Prasoon Pandey’s reaction to plagiarism allegations.

Here's the IPL's red-carpet launch:

And here's Coke's China Olympics ad:

A nice version of saare jahaaN se achhaa, though -- unless we find out that the tune's been lifted from somewhere else too...

(Via greatbong on twitter)

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POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON Feb 23, 2010 AT 00:25 IST ,  Edited At: Feb 23, 2010 00:25 IST
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So what's the big deal? Ads have often been inspired by foreign ads. Doesn't surprise me. Plagiarism is too strong. This is par for the course in the realm of Indian creativity.
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