This film is only outstanding among st other Hindi film I have seen. Its one of my preferred film. It has all the components that a decent Hindi film must have. The settings of the sloping bumpy town, the dusty n intense landscape, the train succession n the reprobate Gabbar played menacingly by Amjad Khan, were all marvelous. Such is the effect of the scalawags acting is that u consistently recollect him by his character’s name fem the film. One of the films you recollect forever. Amitabh Bachan and Dharmendra were wonderful as well. The character of Hema malini was mushy n unbelievable however.
2. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
DDLJ has been my record-breaking most loved film. its a brilliant romantic tale about the second era Asian young people! Raj the primary character played by Shahrukh khan gives a sublime presentation and similarly great as Simran (co-star) played by Kajol!! Its about a young lady living in London, who’s marriage has been organized by her dad to wed his closest companion’s child. She acknowledges her destiny until she meets Raj in Europe and becomes hopelessly enamored. The film has won numerous honors including National Award(in India)for best story. The tunes in the film are additionally worth tuning in to, created by Jatin Lalit which are pleasant and sentimental. In general the film is certainly 10/10, no uncertainty!!!
This is the story about the adaptability showed up by the Indians when they were under the British Rule. They are as of now exhausted deep down by the British and their colleagues, yet when Jack Russell reports that he will twofold the Lagaan (charge) from all residents, they choose to restrict it. Driving the townspeople is an attractive youngster named Bhuvan, who provokes them to a round of cricket, a game that will be played by veteran British cricket players, versus residents, including Bhuvan himself, who have never played this game, and don’t have the foggiest idea about a bat from a bit of wood. As the test is acknowledged, the intrigue develops and draws in Indians from everywhere throughout the district, just as the British from everywhere throughout the nation – as everybody assembles to see the ‘reasonable play’ that the British will show against their partners, who are supported by none other than the sister, Elizabeth, of Captain Rusell.
Based on the Bengali novel by Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay, this Sanjay Leela Bhansali film presented the connection between three central figures – Devdas (Shahrukh Khan), Parvati (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) and Chandramukhi (Madhuri Dixit) – in a poignant way. Bhansali has changed a few segments of the first story yet the introduction is excellent. The resonant music by Ismail Darbar adds to that affectedness
5. Hum Aapke Hain Koun
Hum Aapke Hain Koun…! recounts to the tale of two darlings, Prem (Salman Khan) and Nisha (Madhuri Dixit). Their more seasoned kin, Rajesh and Pooja get hitched. After Pooja has her infant, the seniors choose to get Prem wedded with a young lady like Pooja. Prem and Nisha gradually experience passionate feelings for one another. Prem tells his sister-in-law, Nisha’s more established sister, Pooja, that he cherishes Nisha Pooja ties the two with her gifts and a neckband. Before Pooja can tell anybody the uplifting news, she tumbles down the stairs, and bites the dust. Everybody feels they lost their life after Pooja bites the dust, since she had an enchantment contact that even the canine, Tuffy, takes note. Rajesh discovers life hard without Pooja, and he discovers it particularly difficult to bring up their child.