COPY CONTENT ON NETFLIX
We found cancer on Netflix on cancer day! Is Netflix going to be the new Bollywood?
RIP to all viewers & subscribers who thought they would get new & powerful content from Netflix or like Hollywood because the plagiarism factor on Netflix is another adopted culture of Bollywood or a side effect of Indian & Asian markets and platforms always bow for engagement.
The world witnessed how Bella Cio was addicted and fans happiness with the last season of “The Money Heist” Not just the last season but the entire season was like a roller coaster journey and the hard work of the creators got loving responses and support from viewers from all over the world.
The Spanish series actually flopped in the domestic market but Netflix gave producers an opportunity to redecorate the content and platform to release worldwide. Hence, Netflix is hope.
“THE BIG BUTT OF BUT“
What Netflix is doing now is really not cool and weird. Content plagiarism on Netflix and copying of past or hit dramas are new cancer on Netflix, which is making Netflix the OTT version of Bollywood. Today South Indian movies are getting more attention and success worldwide due to new stories and screenplays. Still, Bollywood is doing absolutely nothing and working on sequels or copying South movies as Hindi versions.
Plagiarism or Copy Content on Netflix:
We are gonna ask the viewers, are you really ready to pay to watch the same content in a different language? YOU know the story, climax, plot, and end but are you willing to pay for it? AND Mature or 18+ or 21+ content in India hurts the sentiments of the religious community faster than a Usan bolt. Hence, a rightful copy is even not possible.
OTT platforms are big competitors of the big screen or Bollywood in India but if platforms like Netflix start copying the content resources like Bollywood then we are not sure about the future of Netflix in India, or maybe we are gonna watch part 2 “PREM RATAN DHAN PAYO” on Netflix as Netflix Original.
Spanish series like El-Chapo, Money Heist, ELITE, Dark Desire, Cable Girls, Narco, Lock-Up, and Toy Boy are the lifeblood of Netflix and inspiration for creators. Hence, we will suggest Netflix not mix Indian lentils with soup and sauce with hummus.