The story of a Muslim family in post-Partition India and the troubles they faced is a powerful call to humanity.
Based on memoir of Marathi actor Hansa Wadkar, Smita Patil's Bhumika, a film by Shyam Benegal, is a brutal & unflinching look at the life of a female movie star in Bombay.
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.