The makers of
Jalebi released the first poster of the film online yesterday. Rhea Chakraborty
was seen hanging out of a train window to kiss debutante Varun Mitra. Along
with the poster, producer Mahesh Bhatt wrote: "In this changing shifting
world where the old stories have collapsed and no new story has yet emerged to
replace them, comes a story of everlasting love. Here is the #Jalebiposter
The poster was indeed good looking, but there was something that kept ticking the minds of fans. Soon enough, they realised that the pic was a copy (or as they say, inspired) of an iconic Korean War photo. Have a look:
In this changing shifting world where the old stories have collapsed and no new story has yet emerged to replace them comes a story of everlasting love. Here is the #JalebiPoster. @Tweet2Rhea @varunmitra19 @DiganganaS @PushpdeepBhardw pic.twitter.com/arZzQnOKie— Mahesh Bhatt (@MaheshNBhatt) September 3, 2018
Talking of the iconic photo, from the Korean War, it was clicked back in the
1950s. A soldier of the 160th Infantry Regiment, who was leaving for the Korean
War, was captured by former Los Angeles Times photographer Frank Q Brown. The
soldier in the photograph is Robert Maye was kissing his wife Gloria, right
before his train was departing taking him away for the Korean War.
A Picture From The Iconic Korean War
Presented by Mahesh Bhatt and Vishesh Films and produced by Mukesh Bhatt, the film has been directed by debutante director Pushpdeep Bhardwaj. Jalebi hits theatres on October 12.
Image Source: igmkat, firstpost