7 Epic Indian Films to Fuel Your Adrenaline

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Mother India (1957)

Mehboob directed this drama about a mother and her sons and the growth of a newly-independent India and her aspirations.

Mughal-e-Azam (1960)

K. Asif's magnum opus was fourteen years in the making, and every frame dripped with the effort that had gone into recreating the romance of Salim and Anarkali.

Hey Ram (2000)

Kamal Haasan directed and starred in this historical drama about India's independence movement and the state of affairs fifty years later.

Lagaan (2001)

Ashutosh Gowariker directed this film about a cricket match that takes place between Indian villagers and their colonial oppressors, with a damaging tax rate at stake.

Baahubali: The Beginning (2015)

S.S. Rajamouli directed this historical fantasy adventure film about a kingdom that two cousins find themselves at odds about.

Baahubali: The Conclusion (2017)

In the sequel to the 2015 film, Rajamouli delved into the past and the future of that narrative, setting up an epic climax unlike any other.

RRR (2022)

Rajamouli helmed this feature that fictionalised the lives of two Indian freedom fighters and the havoc they could have wreaked upon the British Raj had their paths ever crossed.

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