The Poster of a movie is one of the most important aspects of the film. It is the first thing that comes out in front of the audience, by which they decide whether or not they would want to watch the movie. Over the years, the designer started playing with these posters by giving us a hint of the storyline in it, though which we could only realize later. Today we will take a look at some of these posters where we got a hint of the storyline.
This poster has everything that the movie has to offer. With Kolkata in the background, a very much pregnant
and her shocked expression. After the thrilling climax even the Durga avatar in the back makes complete sense. Kolkata city in the background is very significant as the whole movie takes place mostly in the “City of Joy”.
The poster of the movie, as being in touch with the storyline makes us sees the inner demon inside the characters, one being a somber and other being a wild version. The movie also got famous with its recreation of the famous 90s song “Hawa Hawaii”.
Dibakar Banerjee’s thriller smartly involves all the three themes of its plot. With the two pair of feet implying a couple having sex, also makes the shape of a heart and loads of eyes watching them. The poster loudly tells the whole story where three hidden cameras captured the stories of a honour killing, an instance of casting couch and a MMS Scandal.
Bhushan Patel’s thriller romance story takes us through how a twin (who’s a ghost, mind you!) takes revenge from her sister by trying to steal her husband. The poster speaks for itself where we see two
( human and the ghost) leaped upon Grover.
5. MS Dhoni
“The man you know… The journey you don’t”, The Untold Story of our Captain Cool is the plot of the movie. Even if we see the poster, we can see the different phases that Dhoni had to go through in his life. Mostly, which has been seen in the film how Dhoni’s father was reluctant of him being so involved in the sport and different people that were a major support in his life.
Rang De Basanti
The graffiti on the poster talks about everything the film has to offer. Even the black and white - colour combination gives us the feel as to how the movie roams between the past and the present and how it gets connected. In the story as well, we see how a bunch of college kids awaken their patriotism while working on a film portraying the life of different freedom fighters.
, a huge inspiration for the generation. When the flight gets hijacked, Neerja gives her everything to protect the passengers on the plane. The poster takes us through the climax of the film where Neerja gave her life, saving a bunch of kids.
The poster of this Murgadoss directed film gave us an insight that the sophisticated
eventually became a psychopath after the death of her love Kalpana. The ink on his body “Kalpana was killed”, “who is Ghajini”, “revenge” basically gave us the 3 important theme of the story. This 2008 Bollywood thriller was a big hit and Aamir’s haircut became the talk of the town even before the film was released.
The blue and yellow colour combinations on the poster give us the impression of the yellow part being a bit more of violent whereas the blue side hero’s eyes make us feel a little different. Gaurav and Aryan both have been equally loved by the audience. Ending of the film with the Baazigar- twist, Fan makes you feel Daar all over again.
The different expression of
tells us all the hardship that Mary had to face. If we take a look at the center image, we can see the most important scene of the film where though besides being a mother, Mary was still ready to play for her country. The main reason why Mary Kom appealed to the Indian audience is that it doesn’t only gives us the ringside view of boxing, but also keeps us rooting for the sportsmen of our country.