Did you know the poster of Ridhi Dogra starrer The Married Woman was a rip off of Kate Winslet’s Ammonite?

The Married Woman, starring Ridhi Dogra and Monica Dogra, has been one of the most talked about web series and is produced by Ekta Kapoor.
Did you know the poster of Ridhi Dogra starrer The Married Woman was a rip off of Kate Winslet’s Ammonite? Did you know the poster of Ridhi Dogra starrer The Married Woman was a rip off of Kate Winslet’s Ammonite?
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It hasn’t been long when the makers of Satyadeep Mishra starrer His Storyy were accused of plagiarism. It was reported that the poster of the series was a rip off of the 2015 release romantic drama Love. In fact, Sudhanshu Saria had called out Ekta Kapoor and the makers of the web series. And while the movie and its poster continues to make the headlines, did you know the poster Ekta Kapoor’s previous web series The Married Woman also had plagiarism issues?

Yes! The posters of The Married Woman, which featured Ridhi Dogra and Monica Doga in the lead, were a rip off of two movies - Kate Winslet’s Ammonite and Swedish psychological drama Persona. Recently, Diet Sabya, who is known for calling out imitations, shared a post in the Instagram stories wherein he shared the poster of Kate’s 2020 release Ammonite and the poster of The Married Woman features Ridhi and Monica and the posters did look like a spitting image of each other. On the other hand, another poster of The Married woman highlighting Ridhi’s face had a similar design to that of the 1996 release Persona which was helmed by Ingmar Bergman.

Take a look at Diet Sabya’s post:

Meanwhile, Sudhanshu Saria, in a series of tweets, had expressed his disappointment towards the makers of His Storyy and urged everyone to end this culture. On the other hand, Balaji has issued an apology for the same and wrote, "We respect the creativity of every design and would never intentionally lift their work nor disregard their talent. Thus, an apology to the artists involved in the making of this poster is warranted. We have deleted the poster from all our platforms and we humbly apologise to the artists involved in the creation of the beautiful poster of ‘LOEV’."

Also Read: Ekta Kapoor’s His Storyy poster called out for plagiarism by Sudhanshu Saria; Says ‘This culture must end’

Anonymous 6 days ago

Riddhi’s talentless brother who lives off his ugly partner is supposed to be friend of Sobti .But is he a friend ???

Anonymous 4 weeks ago

Bollywood good for nothing except copying... cant even design posters, its pathetic