Top Chandravanshi movies that rocks bollywood

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Top  Chandravanshi movies that rocks bollywood

1. 'Foul play'. At the time of release,Guest Posting who knew that going ahead Indian culture would become one of the classic films. The initial box office response was also cold. But then the market caught fire and the film made for Rs 7.5 crore collected 24.5 crore rupees. The story of this film by Priyadarshan is based on the 1989 Malayalam film 'Ramji Rao Speaking'. This Malayalam film itself was inspired by the 1971 TV film See the Man Run. The story of 'Hera Pheri' and 'Ramji Rao Speaking' is exactly the same. After the success of 'Hera Pheri', the makers also made the sequel. 'Phir Hera Pheri' released in 2006. The sequel was directed by Neeraj Vora, the screenplay writer of the previous film.

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# 2 . Rehna hai tere dil mein (2001)
Director: Gautam Menon
Cast: R Madhavan, Dia Mirza, Saif Ali Khan, Anupam Kher

The film that made R. Madhavan 'Maddy' forever. The songs of the film were kind to the young boys and girls. He became a hit as soon as he arrived. It was directed by Tamil director Gautam Menon. It was an official remake of his own Tamil film Minnale. Madhavan played the same role in both films. There was not much retelling with the story and the characters. The film received average reviews at the time of release. But today it has become a classic among its fans. 'Rahna Hai Tere Dil Mein' was Diya Mirza's first film. Madhavan's entry in Hindi cinema was also done with this film.

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# 3. Saathiya (2002)
Director: Shad Ali
Cast: Vivek Oberoi, Rani Mukerji, Tanuja, Shahrukh Khan

One of the best films of Vivek Oberoi's career. Came in 2002. Just two years before that, a Tamil film came out. 'Alpayute'. Mani Ratnam had directed R. Madhavan and Shalini were in the lead role. The story was of a loving couple. Those who run away against the wishes of the family. But soon it starts to understand how different reality is from the dream world. This was a remake of 'Saathiya'. Vivek Oberoi and Rani Mukherjee were in the lead here. Rani Mukerji's performance was praised. Not only the accolades, but also the Filmfare Award for Best Actress (Critics). Apart from this, the film won the Filmfare Awards in five more categories. The film became quite popular in the Hindi belt. Proved to be a hit.


# 4. Tere Naam (2003)
Director: Satish Kaushik
Cast: Salman Khan, Bhumika Chawla, Ravi Kishan, Sachin Khedekar

In 1999, a Tamil film I. Name was 'Setu'. Created a furore at the box office. The film's actor Vikram finished his 10-year dry run at the box office with this film. Later it was also made in Hindi. From the title of 'Tere Naam'. Salman Khan was in the lead here instead of Vikram. The story was the same. A rebel type of college student. When love is not complete, he goes mad and finally reaches to eat nuts. The songs of the film were also a big hit. According to a report by Box Office India, 'Tere Naam' album was the best selling album of that year. The craze of the film was at its peak among college students. Even the boys had copied Salman's character in the film, from the gait to the hairstyle.


# 5. Labyrinth (2007)
Director: Priyadarshan
Cast: Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Ameesha Patel, Paresh Rawal

Akshay Kumar and Priyadarshan duo gave many superhit films to Hindi cinema. One of them is 'Labyrinth'. It was a remake of the 1993 Malayalam film Manichachitasu. Along with Hindi, the film was also made in Kannada, Tamil and Bengali. The original film was directed by Fazil. Who is the father of Malayalam actor Fahd Fazil. Here Akshay Kumar played the role of superstar Mohanlal. The story of both films was almost the same. Just Nagavalli of Tamil Nadu became Manjulika of Bengal here. The labyrinth proved to be a commercial success. It became the sixth highest-grossing Bollywood film of that year. Now work is also going on on its sequel. Anees Bazmee is being prepared. And Karthik Aryan is in the lead.

# 6. Ghajini (2008)
Director: AR Murugadoss
Cast: Aamir Khan, Asin, Jia Khan, Pradeep Rawat

Ghajini was the first film to make 100 crore clubs at the domestic box office. At the time of its release, it became the highest-grossing Indian film of that time. That thing is different that Aamir's next film 'Three Idiots' broke the record of 'Ghajini'. The film was a Hindi remake of AR Murugadoss's Tamil film titled Sem. Surya played the lead role in the Tamil version. Asin was the female lead in both the original and the remake films. Pradeep Rawat also became a villain in both films. Both were beans for the story as well. Villain had a double role in Tamil Tamil and not in Hindi. Talking about the box office collection, the Hindi version of the film crossed the 100 crore mark within just five days of its release.

# 7. Wanted (2009)
Director: Prabhudeva
Cast: Salman Khan, Ayesha Takia, Mahesh Manjrekar, Prakash Raj

'Wanted'. Salman Khan's career reboot film. Directed by Prabhudheva, the film was a remake of the 2006 Telugu film Pokkiri. 'Pokkiri' was made by Puri Jagannath and Mahesh Babu was in the lead role. Apart from Hindi, Tamil, Kannada and Bangla remakes of 'Pokkiri' were also made. Salman Khan's star in the Hindi film industry was beginning to fade. 'Wanted' helped him rise again. Prakash Raj was the only actor who was a part of both versions of the film. There was also talk of a sequel to the film in 2011. But only things remained as they were.

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