1975 [HINDI]

Action / Adventure / Comedy / Drama / Musical / Thriller / Western

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh92%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright95%
IMDb Rating8.11055791


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3 hr 24 min
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Hindi 2.0
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3 hr 24 min
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Reviewed by sauravjoshi8510 / 10

SHOLAY the pride of Indian Cinema

Sholay is an action movie directed by Ramesh Sippy and stars Dharmendra, Late Sanjeev Kumar, Hema Malini, Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Late Amjad Khan, Late Satyen Kappu, Late A.K. Hangal and Late Mac Mohan. Asrani, Late Keshto Mukherjee, Late Viju Khote, Late Leela Mishra, Late Iftekhar, Late Jalal Agha and Helen were in supporting but pivotal roles.

Before going down kindly be informed that this is not a review. It's a feeling expressed by a fan. I am in no capacity to review this masterpiece.

The movie itself is a brand and still carries the same charm when it was released. The movie has lots of stories and trivia behind it such as casting of Amjad Khan in place of Danny. Slow pace of the movie in the initial week of it's release and so on and I think every movie buff must have read, heard or read about it.

The movie is known for the best execution of a predictable plot with a seasoning of comedy and emotion. All most all the characters of the movie is a legend in fact the side characters are also immortal now be it 'Mausi', 'Angrezo ke zamane ke jailer', 'Soorma Bhopali', 'Kalia'or 'Sambha'.

Probably this is the only movie who might have given birth to lots of parodies and those parodies are still in making.

The mesmerising songs which suits every occasion such as beautiful 'Holi' song, the song representing the eternal bond of friendship or to please your love interest, and yes the dialogues which we all would have copied in all the funnier situations like 'Itna sannata kyun hai bhai', 'kitne aadmi the' and so on

With immortal characters and dialogues Sholay is a classic which can't be created and in fact will never be created.

Reviewed by Xstal8 / 10

The Magnificent Two Samurai...

Epic in all proportions, a thoroughly entertaining wild east cowboyesque film fizzing with vengeance, violence and, for the time, visionary film making and performances. There's a reason some films embrace longevity and not just through their duration, if you fancy a wild, fierce, ferocious and untamed piece of excitement then set aside an hour or three and a half, charge your beaker to the rim with stimulants and embrace a unique and original take on an often visited theme that wont leave you disappointed.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle7 / 10

Bollywood western classic

On a personal vendetta, retired policeman Thakur Baldev Singh recruits lifelong thieves Veeru and Jai to capture bandit leader Gabbar Singh. Two years earlier, Thakur had captured the two thieves. While transporting them on a train, they are attacked by bandits. Thakur releases them to help fight off the bandits. He becomes severely wounded in the fight but the guys risk imprisonment to save his life after flipping a coin for the decision. Along the way, the boys befriend talkative village girl Basanti.

This is a blending of Bollywood and a spaghetti western. It definitely has elements of both and is able mix them well. There are lots of action although sometimes they fall short in terms of staging. There is also the song and dance element. There is broad comedy. I like Basanti but I'm less taken with the Hitler-stached jailer. He is way too broad. The main leads are charismatic and compelling. Overall, there is a solid Magnificent Seven feel and this is only a small step beneath that level of cinema.

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