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    THE VAGABOND

    Raj Kapoor India, 1951

    Raj Kapoor’s watershed film belongs to the Golden Age of Hindi cinema, combining multiple genres and serving as a social critique of class in newly independent India. A milestone in introducing global audiences to Bollywood, the film also launched Kapoor’s illustrious Chaplinesque character.

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    CHALTI KA NAAM GAADI

    Satyen Bose India, 1958

    One of the best Indian screwball comedies of all time, Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi brought the incredibly talented Ganguly brothers together on screen for the first time. This refreshing joyride stands out for its melodies and the electric chemistry of Kishore Kumar and Madhubala.

    AMAR AKBAR ANTHONY

    Manmohan Desai India, 1977

    Classic Indian cinema at its finest, this engrossing Bollywood film from the 70’s has an incredibly elaborate plot, featuring the talents of the then up and coming Rishi Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan and Vinod Khanna. Whimsical, entertaining and filled with potent theatrical depth, this is a choice film.

    NAIVE

    Hrishikesh Mukherjee India, 1959

    Anari offers a sharp, sarcastic comment on the materialistic world through the story of an idealistic, naïve simpleton who is too honest for the big, bad world. With the music by Shankar Jaikishan and the lyrics by Shailendra, the songs of this film remain popular to date.

    DON

    Chandra Barot India, 1978

    A classic masala film of the 1970s, Don is one of the noted works of Indian screenwriting duo Salim-Javed, who are known for reinventing the mainstream Bollywood formula. A thoroughly fun ride, this film also shines for Amitabh Bachchan’s charming performance in his double role.

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