Let’s check out the list of 10 great Bollywood films of Indian cinema!
Mangal Pandey: The Rising – The Rebellion
Director Ketan Mehta spent two years completing Bollywood’s “Mangal Pandey: The Rising” film, and was joined by Prince Charles at the filming ritual and brought in 150 grants. Thousands of pounds from the British Film Council, set a new record of sales with about $ 5 million in ticket sales during the first week of screening at 400 screens across India.
The film is made in both Indian and English languages, with two famous Bollywood stars Aamir Khan and Rani Mukherjee starring.
Recreating the 1857 rebellion of Hindu and Muslim soldiers, led by the leader Mangal Pandey opposed the British East India company lubricating fat bullets of animals that the religion had banned committed. This rebellion against British rule caused many British soldiers to die.
Although criticized by both British and Indian historians for some details in the film, “Mangal Pandey: The Rising” has also collected £ 120,000 in the first week of its release in the UK.
Slumdog Millionaire – Slumdog Millionaire
Although Danny Boyle is a British director sitting in a hot seat, “Slumdog Millionaire” is still rich in the colors of beautiful India. The bright and dark parts of contemporary Indian society suddenly opened in front of the audience, allowing us to witness new and unprecedented aspects of the lives of the lower and the poor.
Beyond the fate, faith in true love is what makes people change their lives. It is you who do fate, not destiny, that make you – that truth is once again convincingly confirmed in “Slum Millionaire.”
Millionaire Rat 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) 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 a memorable experience in his intense childhood.
The film won eight Oscars and a series of other big and small awards, becoming one of the most successful works in India of all time.