Devi was a bandit who was jailed for acts of revenge against people who abused her as a child and who later became a politician. The haunting score and Bollywood’s baddest villain are the icing on a rollicking, all-action cake. The success of the film comes from its strong attention to detail, a superb performance from Farhan Akhtar as Singh and an inspiring story. Déjà vu! Cast: Ranveer Singh, Sonakshi Sinha, Adil Hussain. Cast: Aamir Khan, Madhavan, Sharman Joshi, Kareena Kapoor. Filmmaker Sachin Kundalkar took one of three parallel stories he previously told in the 2009 Marathi-language film ‘Gandha’ and turned it into a madcap Hindi comedy with fantasy elements. Cast: Rekha, Farouque Shaikh, Naseeruddin Shah. ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ had a message for middle-class Indians living the new liberal dream with well-paid jobs: it’s okay not to conform or to have a happily-ever-after romance. The big sceneThe film’s extended climax, during which all the characters fight over a bag of diamonds in a warehouse, boasts immense repeat value. ‘Jab We Met’ established Imtiaz’s trademark filmmaking style, which includes conversational romance and travel. In London, Raj (Khan) is an immature young man, while straight-laced Simran (Kajol) is all set for a marriage arranged by her domineering father. An epic crime movie, it’s loosely based on the life of Varadarajan Mudaliar (here becoming Velu Nayakan, played by Haasan), a real mafia slumlord in Bombay, and also explores the struggle of south Indians living in the city. Complications follow when she is attracted to her ‘dead’ husband’s best mate (Khanna). The big sceneThree bandits return from a raid empty-handed to face Gabbar’s ire: miraculously they survive trial by half-loaded gun (six chambers, three bullets) and Gabbar laughs hysterically. The big sceneThe film’s catchphrase, ‘All is well’, is still part of everyday language in India. When Sunder returns, the discovery of an old love letter sows seeds of suspicion and friendships are tested. The big sceneThe hit song ‘Tujhe Dekha To…’ sees Simran and Raj reunited in Punjab’s rolling fields, and its lingering gazes and passionate embraces are old school Bollywood at its finest. The big sceneRahul and Pooja finally confess their feelings for each other in front of a large audience in a climactic scene guaranteed to bring audiences to tears. The film follows the journey of Insia (Wasim), a teenager who dreams of escaping her abusive father and becoming a singer. The big sceneA drunk Devdas expresses his anger at his father by jumping into a pond and performing his own last rites. Here, Johar brought together a dream cast to play a fractured family. But there’s also something unavoidably charming about the young leads and the film’s satisfying device of having characters fall in love through long-distance letters. Cast: Sanjay Dutt, Vidya Balan, Boman Irani. ‘Om Shanti Om’ manages this while wearing the garb of a clichéd reincarnation story. Cast: Zaira Wasim, Meher Vij, Raj Arjun, Aamir Khan. He is taken under the wing of a fun-loving colonel (Kumar), who helps young men overcome their shortcomings. The big sceneWhen wonder dog Tuffy has to decide whether to reunite the lovers or not. Lastly, we have Nisha and her belief that love starts as friendship and two good friends have the potential to love one another right to the end. Actor | Gangs of Wasseypur Manoj Bajpayee was born on April 23, 1969 in Belwa, Bihar, India. A surprise hit as it had no major stars or hit songs, ‘Ardh Satya’ remains a realistic, caustic comment on the worrying nexus between corrupt politicians and bent cops in India then and now. Cast: Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Sonu Sood. [1] He won the award for Best Lyricist at the 63rd National Film Awards in 2015. The film explores his relationship with his doctor, Bhaskar, played by a young Amitabh Bachchan (who would famously oust Khanna from the box-office top spot a few years later). The big sceneThe first 15 minutes include an escape from an arranged marriage, a romantic betrayal, a death, a reunion and a fatal train crash. Gritty and political, this is an elegiac and essential rural melodrama. A race follows. The quintessential Bollywood crime film, ‘Parinda’ tells of street-kid brothers Kishen (Shroff) and Karan (Kapoor). The big sceneKashyap shot one of the best chase sequences on film when a suspect runs from policemen in the Dharavi slum. This cult masala western sees escaped convicts Veeru (Dharmendra) and Jai (Bachchan) defend a village terrorised by bandits led by the maniacal Gabbar Singh (Khan). Mahesh Bhatt’s breakout film ‘Arth’ was partly autobiographical, giving it a sense of intimacy still rare in Hindi cinema. Fifteen years in the making (not helped by personal differences between the director and his leading lady, also his wife), this has an evocative soundtrack which is weaved seamlessly into the story, creating perhaps the most magical, lyrical portrayal of idealised erotic romance seen on the Indian screen. The film goes out of its way to proclaim the untainted virgin status of its female lead, as Madhu (Parekh) only pretends to be a widow in order to assume a new identity. This spicy film is allegedly based on the life of one of India’s most notorious wanted men and his stormy relationship with a wannabe actress. The film succeeds in making us all witnesses to its horrors – and complicit in them when, like so many of the characters, we say nothing. Manmohan Desai’s star-filled film repeats his customary ‘lost and found’ formula of villains separating a young family who in adulthood reunite to seek revenge. The big sceneThe climax when the fate of Omkara’s lover, Dolly (Kapoor) – falsely accused of having an affair – is finally sealed. Then star Aamir Khan took the lead role and its critical and box office success ushered in a new era of alternative subject matter and varied storytelling. ‘Guide’ tells of a man, Raju, who transforms from a tour guide in his youth into a great holy man later in life. His style was at its most organic and daring in ‘Devdas’. He dreams of becoming a writer, but instead he’s forced to work in the family business and later to attend engineering school. The world of Indian cinema is so ginormous and, quite frankly, overwhelming, that choosing the best Bollywood films feels an impossible task. A sad clown, Raju (Kapoor), invites the women he loved and lost in his life to his last ever performance. The big sceneAn elderly man who’s been pushed around by a government official for far too long resorts to ‘Gandhigiri’ (Gandhiism) to achieve his means – he publicly shames the corrupt official by stripping off his clothes. Varun Grover (born 26 January 1980) is an Indian stand-up comic, writer and poet. Rohan also has a young stepbrother he knew nothing about. Geet won’t stop talking, and Aditya wants nothing more than to be left alone. She plays a pregnant woman, Vidya, who head to Kolkata in search of her missing husband. The big sceneWhen the lovers reunite in a Pakistani courtroom after being apart for over two decades. It’s widely considered to be one of Indian cinema’s most romantic scenes. Heard that somewhere before? The voice of Bollywood’s nightingale Lata Mangeshkar and the music of composer AR Rahman sweep through this poignant period tale about Zubeida, the beautiful mistress to a king. Apart from the performances, the film is memorable for Salil Chowdhury’s score. The big scenePritam’s score was hugely derivative but proved massively popular. Arun is an unconfident man who fantasises about wooing Prabha (Sinha). Raj’s line – ‘Senorita bade bade desho me aisi choti choti baatein hoti rehti’ (‘Senorita, don’t get stressed by the little things’) – has crossed into daily usage. He studied civil engineering at Indian Institute of Technology(BHU) Varanasi, graduating in 2003.[7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14]. She goes InterRailing in Europe, meets Raj and they fall in love against the backdrop of Swiss mountains. Amitabh Bachchan broke on to the scene with the role of angst-ridden cop Vijay in ‘Zanjeer’ (1973). Cast: Aamir Khan, Monica Dogra, Prateik Babbar. Both jostle for some peace and happiness amid the buzz and mayhem of Mumbai, as they share notes through a tiffin box delivered back and forth. The rest of this admirable and realistic film explores the fallout from these events and bravely adopts a strong feminist stance. Raj Kapoor’s attempt to portray the conflict between the sacred and the profane, and to show that beauty is only skin deep, is an admittedly patchy affair. ‘Ankur’ is the film that kickstarted an ‘arty-indie’ parallel film movement in Hindi cinema in the 1970s and early ’80s. Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn. The film entrenched the idea of the pure, self-sacrificing mother figure as synonymous with the notion of an idealised Indian (Hindu) nation. Cast: Guru Dutt, Waheeda Rehman, Johnny Walker. ‘Omkara’ is one of Bhardwaj’s three adaptations of Shakespeare for Hindi cinema: 2003’s ‘Maqbool’ interpreted ‘Macbeth’, while 2014’s ‘Haider’ did the same for ‘Hamlet’. Set in the late 1940s, Salim (Sahni), an elderly Muslim shoemaker must decide whether or not to leave his ancestral home in Agra and migrate across the border to newly-created Pakistan. Cast: Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, Arjun Rampal. Sanjay (Aamir Khan) is a leading Indian businessman, while Kalpana (Asin), a model, brags to everyone that she is Sanjay’s girl even though they’ve never met. Certificaat verklaart dat haar lid: het Certificaat Thuiswinkel Waarborg mag voeren. 25 Greatest Hindi Films Of The Decade Team FC. Directed by Neeraj Ghaywan. Set in the nineteenth century, ‘Lagaan’ sees a drought-struck village unite, learn to play cricket and take on their cruel imperial rulers. The big sceneRaj is lured to a party by Maya (which means desire), with the song ‘Mudh Mudh Ke Na Dekh’ (‘Don’t Look Back’), as Vidya (which means education) cries outside the venue. It’s a flawed masterpiece that is guilty of exactly of what it purports to criticise. Two best friends from childhood, Sunder (Kapoor) and Gopal (Kumar) love the same girl, Radha (Vyjayanthimala). The big sceneA montage of the colonel training Arun, and telling him that the world is divided between winners and losers. The big sceneA drunk Kumari pleads with her arrogant husband to stay and make love to her via the song ‘Na jao saiyan’ – a bold scene back then. They arrive at their destination and the villagers speculate that Hirabai may actually be a whore. Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan. The big sceneRani’s ex-lover begs her to return, but she simply thanks him for cancelling their wedding and thereby allowing her to discover herself. A success driven by word of mouth, ‘Barfi!’ observes the magical relationship between an autistic woman, Jhilmil (Chopra), and a deaf-mute guy, Barfi (Kapoor). These blockbusters play like the Bollywood ‘Black Panther’. Meenakshi (Mukerji) falls in love with Tamil boy Surya (Prithviraj) after she’s drawn to his smell. But when artistic license is exercised so beautifully, who cares? We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Actor Anil Kapoor followed his 1987 super-hit ‘Mr India’ with this film (the title means ‘Acid’) that gave actress Madhuri Dixit her breakout role, swept the box office and won four Filmfare awards (Bollywood’s equivalent to the Oscars). The big sceneWell-meaning pickpocketing; a submarine; the nature-versus-nurture debate; and a villain’s lair with its own lava pit… ‘Parvarish’ has it all. Chopra’s attempt to romanticise adultery via tuneful songs results in a somewhat sleazy film with a traditional cop-out ending. Inspired by Indian mythology and the. In the present day, Om is now a superstar out to exact revenge on Mehra, now settled in Hollywood. The late composer Madan Mohan and Lata Mangeshkar’s tunes achieve lyrical perfection. The big sceneAny scene with lead actress Zeenat Aman: she is practically topless for most of the film. Vishal Bhardwaj’s modern ‘Othello’, set in northern India’s Uttar Pradesh, sidesteps Bollywood bombast and keeps its emotions in check. Director Yash Chopra’s clever handling of the story, which offers a distinctly female perspective on troubled love, makes ‘Chandni’ rise way above the pack. The carefully crafted period setting captivated viewers and critics on its release, and the story was told again in 2006, this time with Aishwarya Rai in the title role. Will the love that Indian Hindu Veer (Khan) and Pakistani Muslim Zaara (Zinta) feel for each other be able to overcome cross-cultural, emotional and physical borders? A shattered Karan is left holding his best friend’s lifeless, bullet-ridden body. It follows the hardships faced by Radha (Nargis), a village mother of three sons who is abandoned by her husband and forced to toil the paddy fields to survive. Today, it’s regarded as a flawed cult classic due to its controversial casting and tuneful soundtrack. Meanwhile, Hindu-Muslim tensions at home threaten to rip apart his family. Throw in a couple of fake mums, the boss’s daughter who is in love with the other ‘brother’, a drunk Keshto Mukherjee and screenwriter Rahi Masoom Raza’s memorable lines, and this is a comedy for all seasons. The big sceneA climax sees a widow who dared to love about to be executed by being burnt alive on a cross. Six years earlier, Dutt made ‘Kaagaz Ke Phool’, in which he played a director who falls in love with a film actress (played by Rehman). It drew inspiration from Francis Ford Coppola’s ‘The Godfather’. Told in three ‘chapters’, this overlong film is awash with iffy symbolism about the meaning of life, exhibits a questionable attitude towards women and is burdened with a mother-fixation subplot. interested in Muslim people and culture) became a blockbuster in Hindu-centric India. The big sceneMichelle gains her university degree and makes a moving speech to the graduating class. The lead duo was believable too, and Kapadia became a national sensation with her mini-skirts and halter tops – an exposing bikini sequence was especially eye-grabbing. Will the lovers be reunited and will ‘respectable society’ accept them? In this remake of Cary Grant’s ‘Houseboat’ (1958), Vyjayanti (Chawla), the bubbly daughter of a conservative Tamil family, escapes from an upcoming forced marriage and finds kindred spirits in three children who decide to hide her at their home, under the nose of their guardian Rahul (Khan). The big sceneThe show-stopping theatrical dance piece ‘Ae Bandi Tum’, performed by Gopi Krishna and Roshan Kumari and sung by Asha Bhosle and Kishore Kumar. Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bhaduri, Ajit, Pran. Anant (Puri) is a no-nonsense cop who is thwarted at every level by the system in his effort to arrest a crooked politician. But as the ageing officer and his team go about their mission, they realise there are influential people who want the terrorist dead – so their lives are in danger too. So far there have been three ‘Dhoom’ movies, and in this first one the villain was Kabir (Abraham), the head of a motorbike gang. Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Shashi Kapoor, Shatrugan Sinha, Genre: action, crime, thriller, historical. Often overshadowed by ‘Amar Akbar Anthony’ (same director, same year), ‘Parvarish’ is the quintessential masala movie: a populist film with a little bit of something for everyone. Boasting opulent production design, lavish musical set pieces and an orgy of superstars, ‘K3G’ (as the film came to be known) is guilty-pleasure Bollywood at its best. Kashyap rips to shreds Bollywood’s tradition of shooting airbrushed heroes and heroines in pristine locations. Cast: Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Raveena Tandon. Abrar Alvi’s adaptation of a Bengali novel by Bimal Mitra is about the stormy relationship between a rich, decadent business owner (Rehman), his lovelorn wife (Meena Kumari) and their young servant (Guru Dutt). Cast: Prithviraj Kapoor, Dilip Kumar, Madhubala. As an adult, Vijay’s path crosses the gangster responsible, Teja (Ajit), and the stage is set for a final showdown. She marries Sunder, the one she doesn’t love, but then he goes missing at war. Shot with great sensitivity and innovation by Guru Dutt’s main man VK Murthy, ‘Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam’ is a more romantic twin to Satyajit Ray’s ‘Jalsaghar’. Years later, Raj’s brother Rohan (Roshan) strives to bring the family together. Kashyap stuck to investigative journalist Hussain Zaidi’s version of the planning, execution and aftermath of the explosions and extracted great performances from his ensemble cast. Bhardwaj extracts surprising performances from actors previously associated with more populist work: his cast display real torment and depth, particularly Saif Ali Khan as a deformed, scheming ‘Iago’ (called Langda here). Then she watches Rahul on TV, who sends out a message about how much he misses ‘Anjali’. The big sceneAnand thinks that Madhumati’s lookalike is extracting a confession from Ugaranarayan and then realises it’s actually her ghost. Cast: Ranbir Kapoor, Nargis Fakhri, Aditi Rao Hydari. The big sceneYou’re bound to feel an emotional tug every time you hear the song ‘Sitam Ki Andhi’ (‘Who has hit you?’) sung by Bollywood stalwart Hariharan. The title means ‘Pure’. What sets ‘Satya’ apart from other gangster films is the realistic portrayal of the criminals’ daily lives and Varma’s unrestrained, gloomy treatment of the subject. It tells of two characters, Bunny (Kapoor) and Naina (Padukone), and their group of friends, who we first meet as they leave university before the film flashes forward to the end of their twenties. Prem (Khan), a boy from a wealthy family, pursues forbidden love with working-class girl Suman (Bhagyashree). Full of spite, Devdas goes on a drinking binge and ends up in the arms of a dancing girl, Chandramukhi (Dixit). Cast: Vidya Balan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Parambrata Chatterjee. The big sceneWhen Anant comes face-to-face with the politician he hates, he has to make a decision…, Cast: Akshay Kumar, Sunil Shetty, Paresh Rawal. En route, they bond over some meaningful songs and food. This isn’t the classic idea of Bollywood, but it’s a strong film nevertheless. Cast: Dev Anand, Waheeda Rehman, Leela Chitnis. The big sceneThe great actor Motilal appears in one scene of the film, drunkenly singing the song ‘Zindagi Khwab Hai’ (‘Life is a dream’). They go from being unlikely travel companions to friends to, eventually, lovers. Writer-director Vikas Bahl displays a strong flair for capturing human behaviour and peppers a simple story with lovable characters and witty lines. Dit betekent dat als webshop is gecertificeerd door de Stichting Certificering Thuiswinkel Waarborg. It’s passionate and violent. But there’s no denying that Bhansali conjures up gorgeous worlds. It tells of a criminal, Munna (Kapoor), trying to get himself back on the right side of the law while also attempting to rescue his love, Mohini (Dixit), from the grasp of her villainous father. Here, Govind Nihalani’s trademark ‘law and order’ political cinema exposes police brutality in the Bombay force. It’s a celebration of all things filmi – family reunions, the redemptive power of love, fantasies played out in song – while also reveling in how ridiculous it can all be. The big sceneWhen real/reel wife and real/reel mistress meet in a highly-charged confrontational scene and both agree to fight for their man. Amar (Aamir Khan) and Prem (Salman Khan) are wastrels who both want to marry a rich heiress, but they become involved in a feud involving warring twin brothers and a buffoonish villain, Crime Master Gogo (Shakti Kapoor). Cast: Rani Mukerji, Prithviraj, Anita Date. The big sceneDevi and her gang attack a wedding party in search of recompense for the horrors she suffered in her youth. Like most films directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali (‘Guzaarish’), ‘Black’ is at times uncomfortably manipulative and awkward in its attempt to inspire. Writer-director Mira Nair had lived and studied in the US for several years by the time she returned to India to make her eye-opening drama about a young boy, Krishna (Syed) falling deeper and deeper into trouble in the big city. ‘Mr India’ is huge fun, especially Mogambo’s catchphrase ‘Mogambo Khush Hua’ (‘Mogambo is happy’) which became a national craze. But for all its flaws, this is no-holds-barred epic filmmaking with a moving soundtrack. This largely single-character-driven film features several cameo appearances by well-known Hindi film actors, each playing various urban folk who Kapoor is first scared of, and later comes to despise. Its surprise success outside India – especially in the USSR, Africa, China, Greece and the West Indies – was directly responsible for introducing the world to mainstream Hindi cinema. Cast: Amitabh Bachhan, Shashi Kapoor, Kulbhushan Kharbanda. The big sceneKaran meets his childhood buddy, police officer Prakash, at Kabutarkhana (pigeon house), where the latter is gunned down by Anna’s henchmen. Jordan is one of Indian cinema’s most complex male characters. Brimming with clichés and implausible situations, ‘Amar Akbar Anthony’ set the commercial template that many modern Bollywood filmmakers continue to follow. The big sceneThe epic climax, in which all the characters become part of a staging of Mahabharata, is widely considered to be the best comic scene ever shot in a Hindi film. Outrageously, Bachchan persuaded his actress wife, Jaya, to come out of retirement to play his screen wife and his alleged mistress, Rekha, to act in this silly film as his screen mistress. Time Out is a registered trademark of Time Out Digital Limited. Cast: Shahid Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor, Dara Singh. ‘Khakee’ explores what would have happened to the character 30 years later. What made the film doubly successful was that its two stars were former lovers in real life, lending them a special chemistry onscreen. While sticking to the underdog-overcomes-obstacles template, Amin and Sahni deftly weave in themes of cultural diversity, religious difference and feminism. This ultimate romance also raised the bar impossibly high for guys chasing girls. Filmmaker Guru Dutt, known for bringing tragic stories to celluloid, plays Vijay, a struggling writer whose two best friends happen to be a streetwalker and a masseuse. The big sceneAditya and Geet are stranded at a desolate railway station after missing their train and go looking for accommodation for the night. Extravagant yet still full of heart: Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s opulent adaptation of Sarat Chandra’s simplistic novel marked a move into excessive theatricality for the director, whose films since include ‘Guzaarish’ and ‘Saawariya’. Inspired by Indian mythology and the Amar Chitra Katha comic-book series, director SS Rajamouli’s two-part fantasy epic about a young man, Shivudu, who later discovers his name is Mahendra Baahubali (don’t ask, it’s complicated), offers some of the most spectacular Indian cinema ever made. Ranaut impresses with a sassy but vulnerable performance. Excellent soundtrack, too. Suicidal businessman Aditya (Shahid Kapoor) bumps into feisty Geet (Kareena Kapoor, in a career-defining performance), who’s on the run from her family. This, as well as glimpses of hidden India – like Nizamuddin Dargah, the mausoleum of Sufi saint Nizamuddin Auliya, in Delhi – and the last appearance of Bollywood legend Shammi Kapoor (‘Junglee’) make ‘Rockstar’ a noteworthy addition to the rock biopic pantheon. Pooja (Azmi) finds the bubble of her happy marriage starting to burst when she discovers that her filmmaker husband, Inder (Kharbanda), is having an affair with Kavita (Patil). RECOMMENDED: The 100 best movies of all time. This experimental film by directing duo Amit Maitra and Sombhu Mitra sees Raj Kapoor playing a thirsty villager stuck in a city apartment block after being mistaken for a thief. Effectively recreating the 1950s era, complete with Dev Anand film songs playing on the radio, ‘Lootera’ brought together an ace technical team made up of production designer Aditya Kanwar and cinematographer Mahendra Shetty, who gave the film a distinct, lush period look. Great supporting acts by Siddiqui and Chatterjee and a late twist make ‘Kahaani’ extremely watchable. Obviously. Kapoor’s unnamed character moves from one part of the building to another, coming across several people, all of whom hide murky secrets. In 2017 Varun Grover released Beete Dino Ke Geet[15] - a song in collaboration with US-based producer Krishna Chetan. Cast: Salman Khan, Bhagyashree, Alok Nath. At its heart, though, this is a film about the relationship between mother and daughter that explores women’s positions in India’s traditional, male-dominated society. The result is an uplifting, colourful and soulful gem. Karisma Kapoor plays the doe-eyed princess to perfection, and Khalid Mohamed, son of actress Zubeida Begum, wrote the script, based on the tragic life story of his own mother. This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalised recommendations. Rajkumar Santoshi’s ‘Andaz Apna Apna’ brought together two young, up-and-coming superstars, but the resulting film was a box-office failure. Ritesh Batra’s debut film turned out to be India’s most popular export in recent times, with rave reviews at Cannes followed by a wide release in the US, where the film ended up among the highest-grossing foreign-language films of the year. classics like 1957's ‘Mother India’, the first Hindi film to be nominated for Best Foreign-Language Film at the Oscars, to blockbusters like the ‘Bahubali’ saga, two films that sized up Hollywood and said, ‘We can do that too!’. The big sceneRaju has an epiphany on his deathbed – a spiritual awakening where he realises that even though the body dies, the soul will never fade away. Simply structured yet purposeful, ‘The Lunchbox’ focuses on the lives of two lonely individuals, Saajan (Khan) and Ila (Kaur). The big sceneWhen Jumna’s fellow police officers open fire on Ganga’s bandits, and the two men remember that, despite everything that’s happened, they’re still brothers. But just before they get married, an accident takes away Rohit’s legs and self-esteem, forcing Chandni to exit the relationship. The big sceneAnjali is unaware that one of her students, also named Anjali, is actually Rahul and Tina’s daughter. Genre: adventure, drama, sport, historical. Cast: Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Anupam Kher. The four friends go their separate ways, leaving Naina’s love for Bunny unspoken. The big sceneThe bike chase scene, with the duo jumping over a moving train while dodging bullets. Videos porno gratuites - Streaming gratuit de films porno et partage de vidéos sexe , XXX , clips pornographiques. The big sceneDuring the song ‘Tanhayee’, the Melbourne skyline whizzes by Aamir Khan, who is far from home and desolate after learning about the marriage of his lover to another man. Rich Hindu adolescent lad Raja (Kapoor) falls for Bobby (Kapadia), the 16-year-old granddaughter of his Goan Catholic nanny. With Richa Chadha, Sanjay Mishra, Vicky Kaushal, Pankaj Tripathi. Hiraman appears oblivious; he is smitten. It's why, to help us find our top 100 films, we asked a bunch of Bollywood experts and Time Out writers to whittle them down. Varun Grover (born 26 January 1980) is an Indian stand-up comic, writer and poet. The big sceneThe heroine’s swimming-pool song – which comes complete with charming chorus girls twirling umbrellas. Familiar themes of personal choice versus family responsibility, and of forbidden love, are remixed for the 1990s in this epic, era-defining romance. Cast: Shah Rukh Khan, Karisma Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Akshay Kumar. Expect 14 songs, two weddings and a cremation. The threat of a visit from Gabbar Singh has been used by parents to get kids to bed on time ever since. Cast: Meena Kumari, Rehman, Guru Dutt, Waheeda Rehman. The film narrates the story of a tainted ex-India hockey player (Khan) who coaches the women’s team to World Cup glory. The film ended with Dutt’s character – a dejected filmmaker – dying in his chair at a film studio. Despite Ravi’s protests, the mine owner sacrifices safety for profit, but when the mine is flooded the trio unites. Surprisingly, our Film Companion curators – Anupama Chopra, Baradwaj Rangan, Rahul Desai, Mohini Chaudhuri and Sankhayan Ghosh – readily agreed on a majority of the picks. Its main characters, Devdas (Khan) and Paro (Rai), are childhood lovers, but class differences and difficult parents cause them to separate. Bollywood Stars and Celebrities Residential Address. This is an adaptation of Mirza Hadi Ruswa’s well-known 1899 novel about a Lucknow courtesan called Umrao Jaan (Rekha) who fights to escape the profession she was kidnapped into by following the path of true love.

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