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In 2007, Himesh Reshammiya made his big Bollywood debut as an actor with the musical thriller Aap Kaa Surroor.
Yes, that's something we all forgot till recently when the singer-turned-actor released its sequel Teraa Surroor.
While HR certainly looks different this time around with those six pack abs, nothing has changed as far as his acting is concerned.
Apart from Teraa Surroor, quite a few sequels have made their way into cinema halls recently.
Did you like the original version, or was the sequel better? Have a look at the movies and VOTE!
Aap Kaa Surroor
Himesh Reshammiya plays a singing superstar, who gets arrested for murdering a journalist.
He breaks out of prison and has only one day to find the real culprit. If he doesn't, his lady love (Hansika Motwani) will be married off to someone else.
The film is shot in Germany, has Mallika Sherawat and few autowallas too!
In the sequel, it's Himesh's girlfriend who goes behind bars because of drug smuggling. This one is shot in Ireland and stars firang beauty Farah Karimaee.
That's not all. The Teraa Surroor hero is seen sporting six pack abs and even has few intimate scenes in the film. In fact, it made us think of this film.
Hard to choose but tell us which one did you like better?
Tere Bin Laden
In 2010, Pakistani singer Ali Zafar made an impressive debut in Bollywood with comic caper Tere Bin Laden. Pradhuman Singh also nailed his character as Osama Bin Laden lookalike and the film brought on a lot of laughs.
A fresh script and great performances worked wonders for Tere Bin Laden at the box office.
Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive
In the sequel, Ali was replaced by Manish Paul, who did a decent job of playing a filmmaker.
Pradhuman Singh returns as the Osama lookalike and Sikander Kher joins the cast playing a double role, quite effortlessly.
Which is your personal favourite?
Ajay Devgn plays SP Amit Kumar, who takes charge of the Tezpur district in Bihar. Though local goon Sadhu Yadav (Mohan Joshi) controls everything in Tezpur, things change drastically after Amit comes into the picture.
Directed by Prakash Jha, this crime drama released way back in 2003 and packed a solid punch at the box office.
The sequel had Priyanka Chopra donning the khakhi uniform as SP Abha Mathur.
Apart from directing the film, Prakash Jha also features in Jai Gangaajal and plays the pivotal role of Bhola Nath Singh. While Ms Chopra has played her part well, it's the filmmaker's performance that has got everyone talking.
But we want to know who impressed you more -- SP Amit Kumar or SP Abha Mathur?
Sunny Deol's 1990 blockbuster Ghayal is a cult classic, and established Sunny Deol as the ultimate action hero of Bollywood.
Ghayal Once Again
After 25 years, the sequel made its way to the cinema halls.
This time there was no romantic angle, just raw action with a bunch of kids joining the star cast, along with Soha Ali Khan.
And no, Balwanr Rai was missing too.
Do you prefer the cult classic or its the sequel?
This comedy drama came in 2007 and stormed the box office despite tough competition from Aamir Khan-starrer Taare Zameen Par.
Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif's chemistry, Nana Patekar and Anil Kapoor's comic timing and peppy music, everything blended together perfectly. Feroz Khan, in his last film, packed in quite a punch too. Of course, one can always trust Paresh Rawal to bring on the laughs.
Welcome Back hit the theatres last year and recreated the magic, courtesy Nana Patekar and Anil Kapoor.
John Abraham took over from Akshay, and Naseerudin Shah, Dimple Kapadia and Shruti Haasan were added to the brew.
All of them made the film a laugh riot.
Which one was funnier?
Tanu Weds Manu
In 2011, R Madhavan and Kangana Ranaut surprised everyone with the relatively small but amazing film, Tanu Weds Manu. The film impressed the audience and critics alike but no one anticipated its sequel back then.
Thank god director Aanand L Rai did!
Tanu Weds Manu Returns
In 2015, the hatke jodi of Madhavan and Kangana came back with Tanu Weds Manu Returns and how! The duo not only won accolades for their performances but also got cash registers jingling.
Kangana, especially, showed her acting prowess once again by playing a double role with great ease.
Which one is better?
Pyaar Ka Punchnama
Another sleeper hit of 2011 was Pyaar Ka Punchnama.
The film was about three guys and their not-so-happening love lives. Obviously, it struck a chord with the young viewers and a sequel was inevitable.
Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2
So last year the inevitable happened and Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 released.
This time too it was about three guys and their love lives. History repeated itself, and the sequel fared well at the BO.
Choreographer Remo D'Souza's dance film came out in 2013 and despite having no big stars, it received a positive response and did pretty well at the BO.
In 2015, ABCD 2 released with Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead.
The sequel was bigger, better and grander and that worked in the favour of the film.
This film grabbed eyeballs as soon as its trailer came out.
Paoli Dam, who made her debut in Bollywood with Hate Story, showed off a lot more than just her acting talent. And that became the USP of this film.
Hate Story 2
In Hate Story 2, Surveen Chawla dared to bare on the big screen.
Ms Chawla was paired opposite Jay Bhanushali in this revenge saga which raked in good moolah at the box office.
Hate Story 3
The franchise continued with two B-town beauties raising the temperature by baring their skin. We are talking about Daisy Shah and Zarine Khan.
The formula worked this time too and Hate Story 3 also became a profitable venture.
Which of these three movies did you like?
Kyaa Kool Hain Hum
Ekta Kapoor's adult comedy Kyaa Kool Hain Hum, starring Tusshar Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh, turned out to be a crowd puller despite garnering not-so-good reviews.
No wonder, Ms Kapoor thought of taking forward the franchise.
Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum
Tusshar and Riteish returned with the second installment of Kyaa Kool Hain Hum and though this one got slightly better reviews, it wasn't as big a success as the first part.
Kya Kool Hain Hum 3
In the third installment of the sex comedy, Aftab Shivdasani replaced Riteish Deshmukh. Ekta's brother was, however, retained.
Mandana Karimi, Gizele Thakral, Claudia Ciesla and Krushna Abhishek joined the cast but their presence hardly helped the film.
Which one did you enjoy the most?