If you are expecting a bandit-genre movie, Harnam Singh Rawail’s ‘Sunghursh’ is not it.
Abrar Alvi’s 1962 film Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam made way for a fearless and gutsy Meena Kumari.
Yash Chopra’s Waqt had it all: Family, love triangles, multiple stars, hit music and a courtroom.
Ramanand Sagar's Ankhen was released in 1968, the year India’s spy agency RAW was formed.
The film is based on the relationship between an editor and a proprietor, and is a love-triangle melodrama set around the newsroom.
The tragedy of India is that almost four decades later, we are still living inside that last iconic shot of the film.
Rishi Kapoor’s Murad in Mulk is a four-decade-old version of the Akbar that he played in the 1977 multi-starrer minus the lightness.
Jeevan Mrityu serves as a standard for cinema that strives to point out the disease of dishonesty. Four years after the UPA government was toppled over...
The film maintains a respectful dignity toward the enemy, a sentiment that is relevant in these hyper-nationalistic times.
Even five decades later, Satyakam is a reminder that moral beliefs, practised and not just spoken, come at incredible personal costs.