Shakib Khan-starrer big budget Eid film 'Password' has been accused of plagiarism by viewers. The film, which was initially released at 175 cinemas across the country on Eid-ul-Fitr, is being regarded as the most successful film of Eid. Viewers have alleged that Malek Afsari directed 'Password' has been copied from a Korean film 'The Target' and Indian films like 'Ek Tha Tiger', 'Dynamite' and 'Bang Bang'.
The film, which has been produced by SK Films, revolves around an underworld don, who loses the password of his Swiss bank account. It stars Shakib Khan, Bubly, Misha Sawdagar, Amit Hasan, Nader Khan, Emon and others.When contacted regarding the matter Malek Afsari said, 'Password is doing very well at the box office.
The film was released at 175 cinemas and after the allegations were made the number of cinemas screening the film has increased to 204.''If the cinema owners want they can avoid screening the film. Besides, the film lovers don't have to watch it if they think it is a remake,' Afsari added.
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