5 Films Imtiaz Ali Wants You To Watch At least Once in Your Life

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Sholay (1975)

Sholay is a masterpiece that combines breathtaking landscapes with the raw ruggedness of the characters, creating a visual and emotional epic that has stood the test of time.

Junoon (1978)

Junoon captures the enchanting beauty of India's countryside as it blends historical drama with the allure of the supernatural, transporting viewers to a world of mystique and passion.

Pather Panchali (1955)

The beauty of Pather Panchali lies in its simplicity and authenticity, showcasing the serene landscapes of rural Bengal and evoking a profound connection to the human experience.

Geethanjali (1989)

This film's beauty is in its emotional depth, accompanied by the stunning landscapes of Ooty, creating a magical backdrop for a heartfelt love story.

Madhumati (1958)

Madhumati captivates with its captivating use of misty, ethereal settings in the hills, adding an air of mystery and romance to its classic tale of love and reincarnation.

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