10 great Bollywood movies of Indian cinema (part 5)

Ghajini – Alarm

A Sanjay boy (Aamir Khan) is the president of a large computer group who falls in love with a girl who has rumored that the girl is his girlfriend, even though two people have never met. And then the two people started falling in love, but the girl was retaliated by a boss who only denounced him. Unfortunately, the girl who was killed and Sanjay was beaten so badly that after dementia every 15 minutes, what happened earlier would be forgotten. How can you retaliate with a short-term dementia?

Trying on a variety of roles (both face-to-face and antagonistic) and constantly refreshing your image in the eyes of the audience is another secret that makes Aamir Khan the best actor in Bollywood.

Inspired by Hollywood’s Memento (2000), adding a new element of “Ghajini” has contributed to conquering both domestic audiences and a large number of Indians living abroad, earning 40 million. USD.

Rang De Basanti – Paint Yellow

A very meaningful film about the patriotism of youth, made with a budget of only 4 million USD and a setting around New Delhi, but as soon as it premiered, “Rang De Basanti” broke every century. ticket office in India.

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The story tells Sue, a British documentary filmmaker, who wants to make a film about free fighters in the Indian independence movement based on her grandfather’s diary – a former officer of the British army at India. When she arrived in India, she asked a group of five young people to take part in their films. During the filming process, Indian revolutionary idealism seeped into the main characters. They gradually realized that their lives are quite similar to the characters they describe in Sue’s film and that the problems in the old war still affect their generation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10 great Bollywood movies of Indian cinema (part 3)

Let’s continue the list of 10 great Bollywood movies of Indian cinema with two amazing movies below!

Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India – Freedom War

Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India” is an Indian ancient sports film (2001) directed by Ashutosh Gowariker, telling the story of Champaner village in India, where it is surrounded by drought and host British colonial meaning in the 1893s. Due to a long-term drought that collected heavy taxes, Champaner villagers decided to ask local authorities to temporarily remove the Lagaan tax.

Under the leadership of the hero Bhuvan (Aamir Khan), the villagers met the military governor, Captain Russell (Paul Blackthorne). However, Russell cruelly threatened to triple the tax in three years time, unless the villagers could defeat him in cricket. Will Bhuvan and the villagers win this strange foreign game?

Like Stars on Earth – Special Boy

“All children are special and wonderful. Every child is a star on the earth”.

This is a movie that audiences love very much under the familiar title Like Stars on Earth – The special boy, making all the adults should watch to look back on his wrong education, be directed Performed and produced by actor Aamir Khan, discovering the life and imagination of 8-year-old Ishaan Awasthy.

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While technically superior, it was the lack of academic achievement that made Ishaan’s parents send the boy to boarding school, with harsh discipline and punishment, she gradually turned into a child of hers. poison and agility. Ishaan’s new drawing teacher recognized the dyslexic boy and tried hard to help him overcome this disability from students “lazy, crazy, ticking” into a sparkling star.

If you are a child lover and responsible for children, “Like Stars on Earth” is the perfect choice for you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 good India movies that are recommended for you

1. Mangal Pandey: The Rising


Director Ketan Mehta spent two years completing Bollywood film named “Mangal Pandey: The Rising”, and was joined by Prince Charles. This movie brought them back 150 thousands pounds from the British Film Council, set a new record of revenue with about $ 5 million in ticket sales during the first week of screening across India.

It is featured the India in 1857 rebellion of Hindu and Muslim soldiers, led by leader Mangal Pandey opposed to the British East India company lubricating bullets by the oill animals that the religion had not allowed to do so. This rebellion against British caused many British soldiers to die at that time.
2. Slumdog Millionaire

Although Danny Boyle is a British director who sits in an important seat, “Slumdog Millionaire” is rich in colors of beautiful India. The bright and dark parts of Indian society suddenly opened in front of the audiences, allowing us to witness aspects of the lives of the lower classes and the poor in India.

Slumdog Millionaire tells the story of a young man Jamal (Dev Patel) from the Juhu slum in Mumbai when he participated in the “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” Television game (Hindi: Kaun Banega Crorepati, the game is similar to Who want to be a millionair) and answers all questions correctly, surpassing everyone’s expectations and causing the host and police officers to be suspicious. However, they did not know that behind each answer was  memorable experiences in his childhood.
3. Teri Meri Kahaani

“Teri Meri Kahaani” will bring the audience into an immortal love that goes through three beautiful lives in 1910, 1960, and 2012. Despite the harsh challenges of their love, we thought that their love is shattered by their turbulent life, but two hearts still belong to each other and they still sacrifice for each other.
All of those three India films above are very good and earn high rating. You should try watching them whenever you have a chance.