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Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge: Celebrating 1000 Weeks Of Love

One legendary film maker and one iconic on-screen jodi created one of the biggest blockbusters in Indian cinema history. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (DDLJ) recently celebrated 1000 weeks since its’ release onto cinema screens.  473 more words


Kaagaz Ke Phool

Director: Guru Dutt
Writers: Abrar Alvi (story), Abrar Alvi (dialogue)
Stars: Waheeda Rehman, Guru Dutt, Kumari Naaz

Kaagaz Ke phool ( paper / artificial flowers ) is the story of a brilliant director who gets trapped into a downward spiral of self destruction. 286 more words

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Do Bigha Zamin

Director: Bimal Roy
Writers: Salil Choudhury (story), Paul Mahendra (Hindi dialogue)
Stars: Balraj Sahni, Nirupa Roy, Rattan Kumar

The film opens with images of a parched earth and barren trees. 552 more words

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Ardh Satya

Director: Govind Nihalani
Writers: Dilip Chitre (poems), Vasant Dev (dialogue)
Stars: Om Puri, Smita Patil, Amrish Puri

“Ardh Satya” is one of the finest film ever made in Indian Cinema. 499 more words

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Garam Hawa

Director: M. S. Sathyu

Producers: Abu Siwani, M. S. Sathyu, Ishan Arya

Stars: Balraj Sahni,Farooq Shaikh,Dinanath Zutshi,Badar Begum,Geeta Siddharth,Shaukat,Kaifi,A. K. Hangal

The film begins with Salim Mirza played by Balraj Sahani seeing off his relative at the station. 496 more words

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Bhuvan Shome


Mrinal Sen


Badrinath (dialogue), Balaichand Mukherjee (story)


Utpal Dutt, Suhasini Mulay, Shekhar Chatterjee

“Bhuvan Shome” is amongst the earliest attempts at what came to be later known as ‘arthouse’ or the ‘new cinema movement in India’ in the late 1960s. 637 more words

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Mother India

“Mother India” is a remake of Mehboob Khan’s earlier film “Aurat” (1940) and was the first Indian film to be nominated for an Oscar (Best Foreign Film) in 1958. 621 more words

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