5 Films Karan Johar Wants You All To Watch This Weekend

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Kabhi Kabhie (1976)

The beauty of "Kabhi Kabhie" lies in its poetic portrayal of love and relationships, accompanied by stunning visuals of lush landscapes, making it a cinematic ode to romance.

Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959)

The film's black-and-white cinematography adds to the beauty of "Kaagaz Ke Phool," capturing the nuances of light and shadow that mirror the complexities of its characters' lives.

Masoom (1983)

"Masoom" finds beauty in its portrayal of innocence and human emotions, set against the backdrop of picturesque hill stations, creating a poignant and heartwarming cinematic experience.

Chak De India (2007)

The beauty of "Chak De India" lies in its spirited portrayal of women's empowerment through sports, coupled with the vibrant and diverse landscapes of India, showcasing unity in diversity.

Hum Aapke Hain Koun (1994)

This family drama's beauty is in its celebration of Indian traditions, customs, and joyful moments, set in a colorful and exuberant milieu that resonates with viewers of all ages.

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