In this section, you can find out some of my views, as well as views posted on the NET about various movies ... old and new ... mostly GOOD ones !
The movie which fetched the irrepressible Nana Patekar both the Filmfare and National Best Actor Awards ! KRANTIVEER

See Kamal Haasan steal the thunder in Sippy's SAAGAR

One of the biggest hits in Indian cinema ... Jai, Veeru, Gabbar, Thakur and Ramgarh in Sippy's SHOLAY

The film which has been voted by many as India's best film ever, SAHIB, BIWI AUR GHULAM

The story of singers, egos etc. is portrayed brilliantly in Hrishikesh Mukherjee's ABHIMAAN *ing Amitabh and Jaya

Shekhar Kapoor's 1st major film, MASOOM. A really touching story

Amitabh won his National Best Actor award for his role of Vijay Dinanath Chauhan in AGNEEPATH

HUM AAPKE HAIN KAUN..! is the highest grosser in Indian film history !

DILWALE DULHANIYA LE JAYENGE looks all set to gross more than HAHK..! At least thats what ppl say !

Another Hrishikesh Mukherjee film, again with Amitabh and Jaya, MILI

AVVAI SHANMUGI starring Kamal Haasan, Meena etc. is Kamal's latest film
and he plays a 60 year old woman !

INDIAN starring Kamal Haasan, Manisha Koirala and Urmila Matdaonkar has
him in a double role as father (with great makeup) and son.

One of the most controversial movies (but excellent of course !) of 1995, Mani Ratnam's BOMBAY

Next we take a look at the film which fetched Kamal Haasan his 2nd National Best Actor award, directed by Mani Ratnam NAYAGAN

The film that was instrumental in changing the face of Indian Film music, the debut film of A.R.Rahman, ROJA

Read a review posted on the NET about Kamal Haasan's latest Telugu film, SHUBA SANKALPAM.

Another review from the Net about GUNA

KURUDHIPPUNAL starring Kamal Haasan was the Indian entry for the OSCARS in 1995 and is a remake of DROHKAAL

Reviews of movies from INDIAWORLD

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