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CINEMA@100

As Indian cinema enters its 100th year, we give you a chance to vote and choose the movie of the century. We will profile five films daily from a list of top 100. If your favourite movie wins, you will also win exciting prizes!

bollywood Updated: May 23, 2012 00:38 IST

As Indian cinema enters its 100th year, we give you a chance to vote and choose the movie of the century. We will profile five films daily from a list of top 100. If your favourite movie wins, you will also win exciting prizes!



Saaransh

The 1984 film marked the screen debut of Anupam Kher. The Mahesh Bhatt directorial venture was nominated as India’s official entry for the 1985 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film


Code: 085



Mr. India

This Hindi science fiction superhero film was the second biggest hit of 1987 after Hukumat. It is known for Sridevi’s Hawa Hawaii performance and Amrish Puri’s quote, ‘Mogambo khush hua’


Code: 072



Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak

The 1988 film starring Aamir Khan and Juhi Chawla became a box office hit and shot its leading stars to fame overnight. The romantic storyline was based on Romeo and Juliet


Code: 080



Tezaab

This 1988 film gave Madhuri Dixit her first big break and the song Ek Do Teen became a chartbuster. It ran in theatres for 50 weeks, becoming the highest blockbuster at the box office


Code: 095



Maine Pyaar Kiya

Maine Pyar Kiya was the biggest hit of 1989 in India, and one of the most successful Bollywood movies of the 1980s. It established Salman Khan’s status in the Hindi Film industry


Code: 067



How to vote for your film

To choose your movie of the century, sms CINEMA <movie code> to 54242. Or you can log on to


www.cinemaat100.com

.


You can win exciting movie merchandise daily by participating in the contest. So, start voting now!



Did you know

The opening track of Maine Pyaar Kiya, Aate Jaate, is said to have been inspired by Stevie Wonder’s 1984 single, I Just Called to Say I Love You