Longest-Running Movies in Indian Theatres

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Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995) - 28 years and counting

Continuously enchanting audiences for 28 years, this timeless romance redefined love stories in Indian cinema, inspiring generations worldwide.

Sholay (1975) - 286 weeks (5 years)

This epic action-adventure set the standard for Bollywood blockbusters, its iconic characters and dialogues etched into cinematic history.

Mughal-E-Azam (1960) - 150 weeks (3 years)

This magnum opus captivated audiences with its grandeur and timeless tale of love and rebellion, leaving an indelible mark on world cinema.

Kismet (1943) - 182 weeks (3.5 years)

This pioneering film ushered in the era of the Hindi social drama, captivating audiences with its powerful narrative and memorable performances.

Barsaat (1949) - 100 weeks (2 years)

This romantic drama showcased the burgeoning talent of Indian cinema, setting new standards for storytelling and musical excellence.

Maine Pyaar Kiya (1989) - 50 weeks (1 year)

This iconic love story launched the careers of its lead actors and became a cultural phenomenon, influencing romantic narratives for years to come.

Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai (2000) - 50 weeks (1 year)

This romantic thriller marked the debut of a new superstar and revitalized the Hindi film industry, setting new benchmarks for success and stardom.

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