Films in the Hindi language
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No Image for MUNNA BHAI M.B.B.S
CertificationPG Our Rating
Munnabhai is a happy man, he lives with his gang in the by-lanes of a 'dhobi ghat' in Mumbai; takes pride in being a 'social worker' (they actually settle 'financial disputes' through 'dadagiri'), enjoys his booze, babes, and brawls, followed by a good night's sleep. Not much bothers Munna, except his parents' annual visit from the village. Munna's father, Hari Prasad Sharma, an upright moralistic man, believes that his son is actually a doctor running a charity hospital, a ruse that is about to find out more...
No Image for MY NAME IS KHAN
Certification12 Our Rating
Khan is an Indian Muslim (Shahrukh Khan revealing himself as one of the world's greatest actors) with Asperger's Syndrome who travels to the USA, meets a gorgeous girl, marries, but, in the aftermath of 9/11, becomes a victim of racism, resultant marital problems and communal tensions. He then sets off on a trans-American journey to meet the President and clear his name.
An excellent film covering many topics, from romantic to tragic, from feel-good to weepie and with some wry humour on t find out more...
No Image for QUARANTINE
Certification18 Our Rating
Television reporter Angela Vidal and her cameraman are assigned to spend the night shift with a Los Angeles fire crew. But when an apparently routine call takes them to a rundown apartment block the easy going banter is soon lost. Police officers have already arrived at the scene in response to reports of screaming from one of the flats, what they discover is an initially unknown infection that is not only killing the residents but sending them into a murderous psychosis before they die. As if t find out more...
No Image for RANG DE BASANTI
Certification15 Our Rating
A young London based filmmaker chances upon the diaries of her grandfather, who served in the British police force in India during the freedom struggle. Excited about these memories, she makes plans to shoot a film on the Indian revolutionaries mentioned in the diaries but it is at first difficult for her and her colleagues to truly identify with the self sacrifice they are attempting to show. Rang De Basanti is an interesting drama that gradually blurs the divide between 1930's British ruled In find out more...
No Image for SALAAM BOMBAY
Certification15 Our Rating
11-year-old Krishna, abandoned by a travelling circus, takes the wrong bus and ends up in Bombay. Introduced to life at the bottom by a street gang he tries to make the money to get home. An urban India of prostitution, drugs, poverty and hustle seen through Krishna's eyes. Compassionate and cogent. find out more...
No Image for SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE
Certification12 Our Rating
A young lad, Jamal, from the slums of Mumbai gets to play as a contestant on the Indian version of 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' and, much to the increasing horror of the organisers, looks likely to win the grand prize, there's only one answer: arrest him and find out how he's cheating. It is while under interrogation that we discover how all the trials and tribulations of the young man's life have contributed to his knowledge and the real reason why he entered the game show. 'Slumdog Million find out more...
No Image for TALES OF A GYPSY CARAVAN: WHEN THE ROAD BENDS
CertificationPG Our Rating
Shot by legendary cinematographer Albert Maysles and directed by Jasmine Dellal, this dynamic musical documentary follows, and visits the homelands of, five Gypsy bands, from Romania, Andalucia, Macedonia and Rajastan, that united for the Gypsy Caravan, a six-week sell-out 2001 tour of North America, astounding audiences with a diversity of musical styles that range from Flamenco to Indian folk. A glorious celebration of Romany music and culture. find out more...
No Image for THE SQUARE CIRCLE
Certification15 Our Rating
An intriguing Hindi film of a young village girl kidnapped on the eve of her wedding, her subsequent escape and friendship with an itinerant transvestite. Dressed as a boy for protection, the two explore sexual role-playing in both an Indian and more general context, as they travel the roads back to her home village. find out more...
No Image for THE WARRIOR
Certification12 Our Rating
The leader of a small band of thugs under the control of a dark lord has an epiphany and rejects his violent ways. Our hero's choice however comes at great personal cost and leads him on a lonely, momentous and almost mythological quest for atonement. The Warrior is a beautifully shot film, enhanced by a story that is reminiscent of the simple but acutely observed tales of morality and heroism that brought Akira Kurosawa such world acclaim. find out more...