Top Ten Indian International Films That Changed Our Perspective on Film Making
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They say film making is an art. It is a science with a touch of human magic and visual appeal! There are times, where we lose ourselves in the pursuit of watching and end up raving about movies that often keeps lingering in our mind! In this article, we are going to showcase Ten International Indian Films that changed our perspective on film making!
A. Classical Movies:
At an era when silent movies movies were creating the buzz, some movies went beyond that and completely changed one’s perception on movie-making, screen play, dialogue and other visual appeal which often took a back seat (at those times). Here are some of them which have rocked the show!
» Mother India 1957 : India's first accommodation to Oscars, Mehboob Khan directorial featuring Nargis, Sunil Dutt, Rajendra Kumar, and Raaj Kumar, missed out to Nights of Cabiria for the honor with only one vote.
» Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam 1962 : In light of the Bengali epic, Shaheb Bibi Golam, the motion picture - coordinated by Abrar Alvi and featuring Meena Kumari, Guru Dutt, and Waheeda Rehman - was a sadly wonderful interpretation of antagonized connections and non-romantic fellowships. The motion picture is viewed as one of Meena Kumari's best works.
B. Transitional Movies :
When movies were going through structural changes, a few films gave a different portrayal on what it is to showcase reality with visual presence. Down are some of the popular movies which fall under this genre.
» Reshma aur Shera 1971 : Coordinated by Sunil Dutt, the motion picture likewise featured Sunil Dutt and Waheeda Rehman ahead of the pack jobs. This wrongdoing dramatization exhibited a romantic tale set against the background of primitive factions - a plot that numerous Bollywood films reproduced in the next years.
» Uphaar 1972 : Uphaar, featuring Jaya Bhaduri, Swarup Dutt, and Kamini Kaushal, was a romantic tale motivated by Rabindranath Tagore's short story, Samapti. The motion picture, coordinated by Sudhendu Roy, is a straightforward however excellent story of a man and lady experiencing passionate feelings for after marriage.
Portrayal of real life with realism and human touch is the real crux of Cult movies. The below listed movies are something that are cherished by everyone as the all -time favourite of everyone.
» Swati Mutyam 1986 : Composed and coordinated by Miran Nair, Salaam Bombay! accounts the lives of kids dwelling in the Bombay ghettos. In spite of the fact that numerous motion pictures have utilized the Mumbai ghettos as a film setting, Salaam Bombay still stays one of the most amazing motion pictures regarding the matter. Truth be told, it won the National Award and was likewise remembered for The New York Times' rundown of best 1000 motion pictures at any point made..
» Nayakan 1987 : Directed by Mani Ratnam, and featuring Kamal Haasan and Saranya in lead jobs, this Tamil film is one of the primary motion pictures to be roused by the Bombay black market.
» Salaam Bombay 1988 : Composed and coordinated by Miran Nair, Salaam Bombay! accounts the lives of kids dwelling in the Bombay ghettos. In spite of the fact that numerous motion pictures have utilized the Mumbai ghettos as a film setting, Salaam Bombay still stays one of the most amazing motion pictures regarding the matter. Truth be told, it won the National Award and was likewise remembered for The New York Times' rundown of best 1000 motion pictures at any point made.
» ThevarMagan 1992: ThevarMagan, the Tamil movie featuring Sivaji Ganesan, Kamal Haasan, Revathi, Gautami and Nassar, was coordinated by Bharathan and won the National Award. The film, that was a family dramatization, was even named in Hindi (as Virasat), Kannada, and Telugu. It was business accomplishment over all crate workplaces.
D. Theme Based Movies :
» Bandit Queen 1994 : One of Bollywood's first true to life shows, the film was coordinated by Shekhar Kapur and depended on the life of well-known crook Phoolan Devi. The motion picture featured Manoj Bajpayee, Nirmal Pandey, and Seema Biswas and won the National Award.
» Kuruthipunal 1995 : The movie, viewed as an innovator for neo-noir activity spine chiller in Tamil film, featured Kamal Haasan in the number one spot job and was coordinated by P. C. Sreeram. The motion picture won basic approval after its discharge and was named in Telugu as Drohi.
It is interesting to note that, all the movies listed here, have been nominated to Oscars. However, none of them won any award. Yet it is to be noted that, these are the movies, that completely gave a whole new outlook on movie making and its nuances!