Cinema @ 100
As Indian cinema turns 100, 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 13, 2012 02:13 IST
As Indian cinema turns 100, 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!
Madhumati (1958) held the record for maximum awards received by a film at the Filmfare Awards, until the release of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge in 1995. Madhumati stars actors Dilip Kumar and Vyjayantimala, and it deals with reincarnation.
Kagaz Ke Phool
Released in 1959, Kagaz Ke Phool failed to make an impact, but was resurrected as a cult classic in the 1980s. Starring actors Waheeda Rehman and Guru Dutt, the film is remembered for hits like Waqt ne Kiya Kya Haseen Situm.
Mughal-e-Azam broke all records at the box office on its release in 1960. The film features actors Dilip Kumar and Madhubala, has music by Naushad, and is remembered for classics like Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya.
Hum Dono (1961) is directed by Amarjeet and stars actor Dev Anand who also produced the flick. The film was re-released in colour after 50 years, in February last year. The movie is also known for its music by Jaidev.
Sahib Bibi Aur Gulam
The 1962 movie is based on a Bengali novel, Saheb Bibi Golam by writer Bimal Mitra, and is based on the fall of feudalism in Bengal during the British Raj. The film features actors Guru Dutt, Meena Kumari and Waheeda Rehman.
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!