Sholay is considered to be among the greatest films in Indian cinema. It is the first film in the history of Indian cinema to celebrate a silver jubilee in over a hundred theatres across India.
The 1973 drama directed by Nasir Hussain is still remembered fondly for its soundtrack composed by music director R.D. Burman.
The 1939 movie directed by Sohrab Modi with heavy and lengthy Urdu dialogues said in a loud and dramatic style.
The 1981 film was directed by Muzaffar Ali. Rekha was praised for her acting but the box office returns were just average.
The 1955 film starred Dilip Kumar, Nimmi, Jeevan and Tun Tun. The film's music is by Naushad.
The movie was a blockbuster hit at the box office and featured Sanjeev Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, Shashi Kapoor, Hema Malini, Raakhee, Waheeda Rehman.
The 1980 film was directed by Ravi Chopra starring Parveen Babi, Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Vinod Khanna, Hema Malini, Vinod Mehra, Neetu Singh.
The 1955 Bollywood film was directed, produced by Raj kapoor and starred him and Nargis. It was popular in the Soviet Union and Romania.
The 1980 film took three years to make. It featured Amitabh Bachchan, Shashi Kapoor, Sunil Dutt and Shatrughan Sinha
Satyam Shivan Sundaram was featured Shashi Kapoor and Zeenat Aman in the lead. It had the first ever kiss of Hindi cinema
The film is one of the biggest blockbusters of Manoj Kumar and also gave a boost to the career of Amitabh Bachchan.
The movie was produced and directed by Manoj Kumar, and featured Manoj, Saira Banu, Ashok Kumar, Pran and Prem Chopra in the lead roles.
The 1982 romantic film was directed by Raj Kapoor. The film, starring Rishi Kapoor and Padmini Kohlapuri is considered a classic work by him and became a silver jubilee blockbuster.
The 1972 film was directed by Kamal Amrohi. Meena Kumari died shortly after the film was completed.
The 1957 drama starring Dilip Kumar, Vyjayanthimala, Ajit and Jeevan was originally filmed in black and white, the film was colourized and re-released on August 3, 2007
The 1978 film was such a huge hit that people used to stand in queues, waiting endlessly, to buy the film's tickets. Sometimes the crowds slept in front of the cinema halls overnight in their wait.
The 1960 period epic is considered a classic, and is often recognised as a milestone in Indian cinema. It witnessed the widest cinematic release for an Indian film at that time.
Released in 1957,the epic melodrama was the most expensive Hindi cinema production and earned the highest revenue for any Hindi film at that time.