The 10 Classic Bollywood Movies from Ten Genre

The 10 Classic Bollywood Movies from Ten Genre

1. Action – Sholay (Embers), 1975
 

plus encore soixante pour cent de du film des films en Inde comme suit la formule classique des épices Bollywood Action film films. Chaque année, les plus grossers en Inde. Il nous donne l’idée que le public indien aiment les films d’action.

Nous BLONDE écrit par la sensation du temps classique, la flamme dirigée par prénom, Ramesh Sippy vient à notre esprit et le duo Salim-Javed. Cela jette un qui joue pour les plus grandes stars Jai, Veeru Dharmendra, Sanjeev Kumar et Amjad Khan jouant Thakor jouant Gabbar Singh du cinéma indien, Amitabh Bachchan. Des projections de films sont obtenus Jai et Veeru deux criminels engagés par un agent de police à la retraite, Thakur pour capturer l’histoire d’un bandit impitoyable Gabbar Singh.

Film fort caractère et une forte communication, si célèbre est celle pour laquelle vous pouvez demander à un enfant indien des dialogues de flamme Dieu. En 1999, la BBC a annoncé le feu que le film de l’Inde du Millénaire. Même le magazine Time et CNN-IBN ne remplace pas un certain nombre de points comme le meilleur film de Bollywood.

2. Adventure – Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (You only Live Once), 2011
 

Indian cinema adventure genre has never been explored. We must find a drama, it sounds normal. However, the young director of the harvest to proceed in Indian cinema to cross the barriers, never crossed before.

The Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara was written by three friends coming of age, Zoya Akhtar directed comedy adventure film. Three friends Arjun, Kabir and Hrithik Rohsan, Abhay Deol and Farhan Akhtar, who by Go to where you have to make can not an adventure game of the three a bachelor Road Trip to Spain and from the other two the amran- potrayed. Film is a great blend of subtle humor, drama, and adventure.

The film went gaga over the film was a great commercial success and critics freshness. Film Fair in 2012 received several nominations and won two of them. The film also broke the traditional beliefs and Indian commercial cinema was a breakthrough film as a place for new ideas.

3. Crime – Company (2002)
 

In recent years, crime has become the most popular style with Indian audiences. In particular, Indian criminals are making their way onto celluloid biography. Satya (1998) films, Once a Time in Mumbai (2010) has done a great job upon the box office.

The company is directed by Ram Gopal Varma’s sequel to Satya and written by Jaideep Sahni. Real life exposed underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company business through the film. The story reflects the real life of the mafia in Mumbai. Vivek has Oberoi offers Chandu who wants to make it big in the underworld, so that he joins begins to kill all your opponents to get the country played by Ajay Devgan and the underworld throne. Chandu character is taken from real life gangster Chhota Rajan country similar to India’s most wanted gangster Dawood Ibrahim.

The film received great reviews from critics and audiences. 6 film won the Film Fare Awards, Austin Film Festival was well received critical acclaim at the New York Asian Film Festival.

4. Comedy – Andaz Apna Apna (everyone has their own style), 1994
 

Audience has strong effect on the way films are made in India. With comedy it is even more restrictive, even if film is technically excellent, film is bound to get flushed if its beyond their average state of understanding.

That’s what went wrong with the Rajkumar Santoshi’s cult classic Andaz Apna Apna. Amar and Prem—played by Aamir Khan and Salman Khan—are two day dreamers who compete each other for getting rich by marrying daughter of rich businessman Ram Gopal Bajaj played by Paresh Rawal. Story of the film takes audience on the journey of comical confusions of characters and situations.

Though the film did average business, film received four nomination at Filmfare Awards in 1995. With time film gained massive cult following and become the most watched film on India television circuit. Aamir khan and Salman khan, though they have huge list of achievements, are still loved for their portrayal of the characters Amar and Prem.

5. Drama – Mother India (1957)
 

Though it’s an over exaggerated melodrama, strength of an Indian film is in its drama. Be a commercial film or an art film, melodrama is hallmark of Indian cinema. With time, some changes have come but its India, old things never go out of fashion in India and majority of Indian cinema still strive on over exaggerated melodrama.

However, whatever may be the case with melodrama in Indian cinema, Mother India is highly rated classic. Oscar nominated film was directed and produced by Mehboob Khan. It was remake of khan’s seventeen-year-old film Aurat (1940). It is the story of women’s struggle for raising her two sons post her husband’s death in a natural calamity. Character Radha is played by Nargis who stands for the high moral values of women in India.

It was India’s first official entry for Academy Awards but it lost the Oscar by a vote. Nargis and director bagged the prestigious Filmfare Awards for Best Actress and Best director respectively. Film is also listed in “1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die”.

6. Horror – Raat (Night), 1992
 

Indian cinema has produced good amount of horror flicks but most of them has Bollywood style of storytelling spiced up with songs and melodrama that somehow diminished the essence of horror. Few directors risked their careers by making unconventional films.

One of those directors is Ram Gopal Verma who is considered a weird genius. His horror film Raat is far away from conventional Bollywood flick. Film was original made in south Indian language Telgu but later dubbed in Hindi for rest of India. South Indian film actor Revathi plays Manisha Sharma aka Mini who is possessed by a ghost from her basement. A woman who was the previous owner of the house was murdered brutally in the basement and since than her ghost haunts the residents of the house.

7. Romance – Dilwale Dulhania Le jayenge (Brave hearted gets the bride), 1995
 

Song, also beat the Indians mutter that romantic love movies, drama, singing, and when it comes to dancing. It is master of Indian cinema.

Bride Dilwale take Jayenge (Link 4) or romantic films, DDLJ was the first film for director Aditya Chopra as the owner of Ravel. The story is about a young couple played by Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol-Raj and Simran who falls in love on a European vacation which respectively. Raj to marry Simran, they must win their daughter more parents want to marry someone of their choice, which Simran.

The film became a blockbuster of all time and the biggest Bollywood hit ever. During awards season in 1996, the most ever won 10 Filmfare Awards, a film. Film “won first place in only the second film to do so since Mother India” the 1001 film that you watch you die. In the history of Indian cinema film Crossing the record for the longest-running film weeks in 1000 Maratha Mandir theater.

8. Science fiction – Mr. India, 1987
 

The Indian film industry is not well for home science fiction films. In the past decade, some movies with special effects created buzz with films like Krissh and Ra One. However, due to the success of these films, the heavy-duty action and special effects, but received criticism for saying his story.

When it comes to classic Indian sci-fi movie, Mr. Nothing beats India. Mesmerizing film is directed by Shekhar Kapur and adakary- Sridevi, Anil Kapoor and ever energetic Indian cinema was super villain Amrish Puri. Anil Kapoor is located in an old rented house a dozen orphans, street plays violin. He finds a watch that makes the wearer invisible and story gets interesting when people watch magic to fight against evil man played by Amrish Puri, Mogambo.

The film is considered a cult classic and has gained a place in the top 100 films of all time. Amrish Puri famous dialogue “Mogambo khus air” (Magambo happy) became synonymous with Amrish.

9. Thriller – Baazigar (Gambler), 1993
 

The Indian film industry produces great thriller movies but somehow never explored a lot of style. Some great classic third floor (Thrid Floor), who was (he was), Madhumati, C.I.D and were in the 50s and 60s very much.

Baazigar, a crime thriller pair adoption of a kiss from Hollywood Directed by Abbas-Mustan, Die (1956). Shah Rukh Khan, the ultimate breakthrough role avenge his father’s death by killing and destroying lives Ajay Sharma in the film.

Khan received his first Filmfare Award in the film and gave it the status of a superstar. The film was the fourth highest grosser of 1993. In a commercial blockbuster and the coming years, it received the status of a classic.

10. War – Border, 1997
 

Indian cinema’s filmmakers, especially with hundred years of history, has made little significant combat films and also won at the box office, suggested do not like war.

The surviving vividly gruesome 70s 1971. India-Pakistan war will remember them in the direction of J. P Dutta, India won the Border movie that made him a main event fight an epic story Longewala a battalion of battle fifty soldiers from the Punjab Regiment led by Major Kuldip Singh Chandpuri and his heroic action against Tank Regiment consists of two armed soldiers.

Both amazing film audiences and critics did not respond. Cast Performance, Sunny Deol, Sunil Shetty, Jackie Shroff, and big stars like Akshay Khanna, who was very much appreciated. Almost all the major awards, including Best Feature Film at the National Film Award for National Integration swept.

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