Real life crimes inspired by Reel life stories

The crime and heist movies are motivating and inspiring real-life criminals to engage in illegal actions. We frequently read several news items about the same subject all around the world.

All of these horrific occurrences, including the chilling murder of political leader Paritala Ravi and the most recent atrocity of Shraddha's murder, were somehow influenced by films and web series.

Let's look at some real-life crimes that were influenced by movies.

Aftab Poonawala, Sharddha Walker's lover, fatally stabbed her before dismembering her body into 32 pieces and burying them in various locations.


The accused said that the "Dexter" online series served as his source of inspiration. There have lately been three comparable events throughout the nation.

It was determined that a guy by the name of Prince Yadav had slashed the woman and dumped her body into an abandoned well. According to the authorities, Prince Yadav had assistance from seven other males.

In the past, Prince Yadav and Aradhana were in love. But while the prince was away, she wed someone else. On November 9, as he took Aradhana out, the enraged prince murdered her.

In West Bengal, a 55-year-old man was killed by his son and wife. The victim's son did the same thing in this instance; he sliced his corpse into pieces and discarded it in various locations.

Moddu Seenu, the primary culprit in Paritala Ravi's murder, had shocked the whole AP.  Seenu stated that he was inspired by Krishnam Raju's 1988 film ‘Antima Teerpu' when he killed Paritala Ravi.

Antima Teerpu

The youth have been profoundly impacted by Allu Arjun's "Pushpa," and several local Delhi youths have slain an innocent man as a result of being inspired by it.


In keeping with the theme of the film, a Maharashtrian man attempted to smuggle red sandalwood across the Andhra-Karnataka border.

Five murders were committed by Shiv Prasad, a 19-year-old teenager who wanted to be Rocky Bhai.  The defendant stated that he was motivated by the KGF film.


The Malayalam movie "Dhrishyam" was a huge success in Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi. Indrapal Singh, a guy from Bhopal, murdered his niece and dumped her body in a river. After executing the crime, he admitted to the police that the inspiration for it came from the movie "Drishyam."


A young guy and his group looted a jewellery store in Lucknow, inspired by the heist series "Money Heist," but they were finally apprehended by the police.

"Money Heist"

In "Special 26," Askshay Kumar and Anupam Kher tricked individuals by posing as the CBI, and a group from Hyderabad took the similar approach when they robbed Muthoot Finance of 40 kg of gold.

26 Special

A schoolboy in Meerut abducted a classmate and then demanded his father for money. He then executed the youngster with great brutality. The youngster claimed that he did it as a result of witnessing Vivek Oberoi in "Shootout at Lokhandwala" later on in the police inquiry.

Shootout at Lokhandwala

A group in Delhi sold government plots after being inspired by the movie ‘Khosla Ka Ghosla!.’ The cops were astonished when they brought up the film’s name while conducting their inquiry.

Khosla Ka Ghosla!

Four young people in Kerala were motivated to organise a bank heist by the movie "Dhoom" starring John Abraham and Abhishek Bachchan. But the cops pursued and apprehended the four motorcyclists.