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Social media abuzz as Hollywood suggests Jack Sparrow inspired by Lord Krishna

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Sep 25, 2018, 6:05 pm IST
Updated Sep 29, 2018, 12:06 pm IST
Being one of the biggest franchises in Hollywood, Pirates of the Caribbean has roots tracing back to India.
A still of Johnny Depp from Pirates Of The Carribean. (Photo: YouTube/Disney Movies)
 A still of Johnny Depp from Pirates Of The Carribean. (Photo: YouTube/Disney Movies)

Being one of the biggest franchises in Hollywood, Pirates of the Caribbean has roots tracing back to India.

He can be described as a trickster, who will often use his wit and words to get out of sticky situations, as opposed to physical force. That being said, he is a skilled swashbuckler too, who might even win with some cheating!

 

This biggest confession has left fans into frenzy as #JackSparrowIsKrishna witnessed a strong India trend, a testimony of which was seen on Twitter.

According to reports, the writer of Jack Sparrow's character has recently gone ahead to reveal that Jack Sparrow has been inspired by the shades of Lord Krishna.

Ted Elliott, one of the screenwriters for Jack Sparrow's character, reported quote that is going viral, "Jack Sparrow's character in Pirates of the Caribbean is one of the most integral part of the film. The characterization of Sparrow is based on Lord Krishna who is a major deity in Hinduism. While writing the character sketch of Jack Sparrow, we referred to the description of Lord Krishna, various shades of the Almighty, which helped us a lot in making the whole character of Jack Sparrow into existence".

 

Pirates of the Caribbean starring Johnny Depp in the lead role was started in 2003 with Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, which received immense love and appreciation.

The series gave the audience a very famous character of Jack Sparrow created by screenwriters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio and played by Johnny Depp which has created an everlasting impact on the audience.

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