The 1956 classic also introduced one of Hindi cinema's most loved actors – Waheeda Rehman.
Bappi Lahiri’s iconic music electrified an entire generation and continues to inspire old-school disco diehards.
With an excellent soundtrack and a fast-paced and entertaining plot, Yaadon Ki Baraat established Zeenat Aman as a star.
Chhoti Si Baat is the kind of rom com we miss in today’s whirl of swiping and deleting – simple, sweet and funny
Starring Amol Palekar and Vidya Sinha, the classic underdog tale leaves one with a bittersweet nostalgia for a gentler time.
The Gulzar-directed film won Sanjeev Kumar his second National Award and remains a landmark in both their careers.
Prithviraj Kapoor plays patriarch to his three sons and daughters-in-law in this madcap comedy that's all about loving your neighbour — literally.
The story of a Muslim man raising a Hindu child born out of wedlock is not only a plea for communal peace, but also questions the sexist mores of the times.
Unlike modern police dramas, this film gives a realistic look at the difficulty of being good in a broken system.
Guru Dutt and Madhubala’s chemistry and some masterful cinematography make this film sparkle despite some problematic gender equations.
With great music on one hand, but problematic representation on the other, Dev Anand’s directorial debut is an interesting watch.