Last Updated: March 01, 2015, 19:40 IST
Salman Khan might sweep the nation with his 'bhai' charm, but the makers of 'Veer' put him in jeopardy. In the film, Veer, who's supposed to be born in 1862, quotes a passage from Bernard Shaw's writings in college. Now during that time Shaw was struggling as a writer and hadn't published a word. Oops!
The makers of 'Devdas' might have created a visually stunning film, but they got many things mixed up. While Aishwarya Rai and Madhuri Dixit are shown lighting candles, the background on the sets is clearly lit by LEDs. Major oops!
From Rani Mukerji walking into a graveyard (apparently, during that time, women weren't allowed to enter graveyards), to wearing a premarital nose ring (wasn't the custom for Muslim women), and Shah Rukh Khan forgetting to rescue a woman after he's smitten by Preity Zinta, 'Veer Zaara' was full of bloopers and inaccuracies.
In Mel Gibson's epic film 'Braveheart' you can spot a man in a baseball cap (top left) in the middle of a heated discussion.
In Mel Gibson's epic film 'Braveheart' you can see a white van standing on the battlefield (bottom left) where horses and riders are about to charge.
'Veer Zaara' had many factual errors, according to the Goofs section on IMDb. The scene in which the vegetables are kept ready for Jodha's cooking shows potatoes. The film is set in second half of 16th century when potatoes had just reached Europe and potatoes were introduced in India much later," says one entry. "In the war scenes, when the cannons fire, they have absolutely no recoil," said another.
In the Hollywood film 'Gladiator', one of the chariots is run by a high-speed motor. Hmm. Awkward.