Is 777 Charlie Similar To Hollywood Movie TOGO? Here’s What We Found

Rakshit Shetty’s 777 Charlie was released in theatres on June 10, in five languages. The film is receiving positive responses from the audience. But a section of netizens thinks Rakshit Shetty’s starrer is a copy of Disney’s TOGO.

777 Charlie copied from Disney’s TOGO?

As 777 Charlie graced the cinemas on June 10, many visited the theatres across the country to catch the film. Fans of Rakshit Shetty were moved by the film and called it a movie for pet lovers.


Many netizens pointed out that the film is emotional and makes you cry. But some sections of them thought the film was copied from Ericson Core’s TOGO.

Many pointed out similarities between both films. ‘The dog breaking out of the glass window’ and ‘the puppy causing trouble inside the owner’s place’– are the scenes that caught netizens’ attention.

Here’s the video:

Different genres

Just because there is a dog and a puppy mentioned in the film, it doesn’t make films the same. Togo is about a man and his relationship with the dogs and sledding, whereas, 777 Charlie is more about a man with boring energy and how a dog brings a meaningful life to him, both are totally different. There are plenty of movies in Hollywood with the same plot.


Togo is a story set in the winter of 1925 of champion dogsled trainer Leonhard Seppala and his lead sled dog, Togo. Jointly, they undertake an adventure across the dangerous terrain of Alaska to transport medicine to a small town.

This is how netizens reacted: