5 Films Baradwaj Rangan Wants You To Watch At least Once in Your Life

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Sholay (1975)

Baradwaj Rangan recommends "Sholay" for its iconic status and timeless narrative, cementing its place as a quintessential Indian classic.

Vidheyan (1994)

Directed by Adoor Gopalakrishnan, "Vidheyan" is a haunting exploration of power dynamics and human cruelty that Rangan considers essential viewing.

Iruvar (1997)

Rangan suggests "Iruvar" for its intricate portrayal of political and personal conflicts, masterfully directed by Mani Ratnam.

Jalsaghar (1958)

Satyajit Ray's "Jalsaghar" is highly recommended by Rangan for its evocative storytelling and portrayal of a decaying aristocratic world.

36 Chowringhee Lane (1981)

Rangan values Aparna Sen's film for its poignant depiction of loneliness and nostalgia, making it a must-watch for its emotional depth and subtle storytelling.

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