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Blockbusters produced during last 100 years of Indian Cinema.
This timeless classic features among the top romantic movies of all times, released in year 1957 and produced by, directed by, and starring Guru Dutt, remains a popular favorite, especially among filmmakers. The film is the story of a poet (played by Guru Dutt), who is striving hard to establish himself, but meets a good-hearted prostitute (played by Waheeda Rehman), who helps him get his poems published.
2. Shree 420
One of the many masterpieces by Raj Kapoor, the film is about a poor guy who falls in the traps of a dishonest businessman and is led into the world of illegal and immoral activities. When he realizes that he has been cheated, he sets things straight and gets the baddies arrested. Songs like 'Mera Joota Hai Japani', 'Ramaiya Vastavaiya', 'Ichak Dana' and the evergreen 'Pyar Hua Ikraar Hua Hai' are still hummed by music lovers. The cherry on top, the terrific Raj Kapoor- Nargis pairing.
3. Mother India
Mother India is a 1957 Hindi epic melodrama film, directed by Mehboob Khan and starring Nargis, Sunil Dutt, Rajendra Kumar, and Raaj Kumar. Although a remake of 1940 film 'Aurat', 'Mother India' was and is still regarded as an epic film. The film is about the hardships of a poor village woman, who raises her children despite all odds, and in the end, chooses moral good over her own criminal son. The chemistry between Nargis and Sunil Dutt as mother-son on screen, and a couple off it, was the icing on the cake.
4. Do Bigha Zamin
This, 1953 classic film is directed by Bengali film director Bimal Roy and star Balraj Sahni and Nirupa Roy in lead roles. Among the first movies of Indian cinema to have set a benchmark for the way films should be made.Tthis film won the International Prize at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. The story revolves around a farmer and his family, and how fate mercilessly takes away their sole property- two acres of land- from them.
5. Mughal E Azam
Released in 1960 , this movie was directed by K. Asif and produced by Shapoorji Pallonji. This is story of Prince Salim and court dancer Anarkali, who fail to pass the test of love owing to Emperor Akbar. The film became a milestone and the characters played by Prithviraj Kapoor, Dilip Kumar and Madhubala became iconic. The amazing sound track, the beautiful Madhubala as Anarkali, the unforgettable dialogues and the overall film made Mughal-E-Azam a classic piece of all times.
6. Kaagaz Ke Phool
This film was released in 1959, produced and directed by Guru Dutt, who also played the lead role in the film. This film was regarded as Dutt's autobiography. The film is about a film director who is going through problems in his married life, and seeks solace in another woman, whom he casts in his films. The Guru-Geeta-Waheeda love triangle was too apparent to be ignored
7. Naya Daur
This film was released in 1957 starring Dilip Kumar, Vyjayanthimala, Ajit and Jeevan. Originally filmed in black and white, the film was colourized and re-released on 3 August 2007The story revolves around a group of tongawallahs whose livelihood is in danger when bus services begin operating in town. Their determination to overcome their troubles through a competition was an inspiration to the audiences. An undeterred Dilip Kumar and Vyjayanthimala enacted brilliantly to make this film a social milestone in the history of Indian cinema
Sholay, regarded as ?King' of all Bollywood movies? was released in year1975. This film was produced by G.P. Sippy and directed by his son Ramesh Sippy. Sholay is about two criminals who are hired by a former policeman to capture a merciless dacoit. Sanjeev Kumar as Thakur, Amjad Khan as Gabbar, Dharmendra as Veeru,Amitabh Bachchan as Jai, Hema Malini as Basanti, Jaya Bachchan as Radha, and other characters like Mausi, Dhanno and Samba, made the film what it is.The film continues to remain in the limelight even now, thanks to its superb dialogues, engrossing music, and the typical characters
A film by Yash Chopra highlighting the dirty politics prevailing in the country during the 1970s couldn't be wrong anywhere. Two brothers, impoverished due to their father's misdeeds, struggle for a living in Mumbai- was the plot of the film. The film gave the Hindi film industry an ?Angry Young Man? in the form of Amitabh Bachchan, and a ?New Bolly Babe? in the form of Parveen Babi
10. Mera Naam Joker
This film was released in year 1970 directed by Raj Kapoor, this is one of the most touching films ever made in Bollywood, Mera Naam Joker gave us the lesson for life- ?The Show Must Go On?. It taught people that no matter what situations we face, we must not stop in our journey. The film is about a clown who has to make the world laugh at the cost of his own pain and troubles. Mera Naam Joker gave us the future heartthrob Rishi Kapoor.
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