Bollywood movies

  • deep388

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    Apr 08, 2013 3:19 AM GMT
    Anyone here (most likely those from the subcontinent) watch them? I am admittedly not a huge fan of Indian movies being Nepalese (But I understand Hindi to some extent) and growing up, watched some of them. But since watching the film "Devdas", I have decided them another go.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCRkxDGPM5I

    This my absolutley fav. scene from "Devdas".

    Anyone have more good films to recommend?
  • Avataraja

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    Apr 08, 2013 5:51 AM GMT
    'Ghajini' is one of my recent favourites. It is a remake of a Tamil movie by the same title and same director where the heroine, 'Asin', acted in the original version as well---Asin's acting is unmatchable and the storyline and dialogue is very entertaining. I am quite sure that you will enjoy it! icon_biggrin.gif

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    Apr 08, 2013 5:57 AM GMT
    rechtsraja said'Ghajini' is one of my recent favourites. It is a remake of a Tamil movie by the same title and same director where the heroine, 'Asin', acted in the original version as well---Asin's acting is unmatchable and the storyline and dialogue is very entertaining. I am quite sure that you will enjoy it! icon_biggrin.gif


    well its a copy of Memento- Christopher Nolan, starring Guy Pierce -_-
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    Apr 08, 2013 5:58 AM GMT
    for me my fav top bollywood movies are:-
    Devdas, Lagaan, Swades, Chandini Bar, Maqbool, Omkara, 36 Chouringee Lane, Fashion, Barfi, English Vinglish, Kahaani
  • wild_sky360

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    Apr 08, 2013 8:22 AM GMT
    I just like all the beautiful men
  • TroyAthlete

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    Apr 08, 2013 8:48 AM GMT
    Aishwarya Rai is drop-dead gorgeous.

    My all-time favorites are Dil Se and Amar Akbar Anthony, but my favorite soundtrack is Veer-Zaara, hands down.

  • Avataraja

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    Apr 08, 2013 10:32 AM GMT
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiJhv5Ic644&NR=1&feature=endscreen
  • Manarii2281

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    Apr 08, 2013 11:14 AM GMT
    I have always loved the Bollywood films for years as well as Indian music, but I know not much at all to give any advice on my favorites unfortunately.

    When I lived in california, there was a tv program that played clips and talked about the latest news re: Bollywood cinema and I'd watch it eagerly each week. Here in Hawaii most Indians (and there are several here) come from Fiji.

    edit: I remember one film in particular. "Border" , although at least twelve years old, transfixed me in its music..

    and the first singer here is hot hot hot and so is his friend, and almost all the other guys in it lol. The scene at 1:16 melts me all the time.

    Sandese Aate Hain:


    To Chalun



    aye dil e naadan is another beautiful piece from past (excuse me if not spelled correctly, I saw it spelled many different ways on youtube) , If anybody has any suggestions on similar beautiful music, I would appreciate it. I just come into contact with some forms of music by chance..

  • BuggEyedSprit...

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    Apr 08, 2013 11:40 AM GMT
    My favorite is still the Bollywood Greats dance-through in 'Om Shanti Om'...



    especially at 1:32; looking forward to Krrish3.

    Started with Bollywood Hollywood, then Krrish, now a complete shelf...icon_cool.gif

    Let's hear it for 'air in the hair'!
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    Apr 08, 2013 12:18 PM GMT
    Kahaani , Barfi!, Kai Po Che, Vicky Donor, Black, 15 Park Avenue (also available in english), Border, Taare Zameen Par, Fashion, Veer Zaara, Wake Up Sid , 3 Idiots, Swades, Laksh, Lagaan. This is the list of my favourite Bollywood movies. Love them. U guys who like bollywood movies must watch them, ones who don't should love them.
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    Apr 08, 2013 12:22 PM GMT
    BuggEyedSprite saidMy favorite is still the Bollywood Greats dance-through in 'Om Shanti Om'...



    especially at 1:32; looking forward to Krrish3.

    Started with Bollywood Hollywood, then Krrish, now a complete shelf...icon_cool.gif

    Let's hear it for 'air in the hair'!


    epic song ! one of the best.
    other one i especially love is from DOSTANA
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GsHoD6wTWw
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    Apr 08, 2013 12:59 PM GMT
    "Gumnaam" 1965
    A Vintage Classic!

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    Apr 08, 2013 9:33 PM GMT
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    honestly had enough with them! gawd I couldn't stand my father when he tunes to those channels just..

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  • deep388

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    Apr 08, 2013 10:03 PM GMT
    Manarii2281 saidI have always loved the Bollywood films for years as well as Indian music, but I know not much at all to give any advice on my favorites unfortunately.

    When I lived in california, there was a tv program that played clips and talked about the latest news re: Bollywood cinema and I'd watch it eagerly each week. Here in Hawaii most Indians (and there are several here) come from Fiji.

    edit: I remember one film in particular. "Border" , although at least twelve years old, transfixed me in its music..

    and the first singer here is hot hot hot and so is his friend, and almost all the other guys in it lol. The scene at 1:16 melts me all the time.

    Sandese Aate Hain:


    To Chalun



    aye dil e naadan is another beautiful piece from past (excuse me if not spelled correctly, I saw it spelled many different ways on youtube) , If anybody has any suggestions on similar beautiful music, I would appreciate it. I just come into contact with some forms of music by chance..




    I really love the older Hindi films as well, they were always full of histronics and highly emotive, today's bollywood movies are devoid of it I feel (we have Indian cable TV at my parent's home and switch on MTV India and you'll see how glamorous and flaunty and sexy everything has become in Indian cinema). Not what I am fond of, guess I am quite oldschool in that way.