Top 10 English Feature Films

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Nov 1, 2017

The film industry is as vast as it can get. With various genres and types, one very best part of the industry has always been left out- The English Feature Films! These films are always directed by the best in our industry and star the kings and queens of parallel cinemas. Lets look at the top 10 English Feature films! 

Monsoon wedding (2001):

 

A story set in the cutting edge upper-working class of India, where broadcast communications and a western way of life blend with old conventions, similar to the masterminded wedding youthful Aditi acknowledges when she closes the issue with a wedded TV maker. The film was directed by Mira Nair and stars Naseeruddin Shah, Shefali Shah, Lilete Dubey and Tilotama Shome to name a few.

Being cyrus (2006):

 

Directed by Homi Adajani with Saif Ali Khan as the lead. Stranded at an extremely youthful age Cyrus (Saif) and his sister live in an orphanage in Jamshedpur. When they grow up both take to various ways. Cyrus goes to Panchgani to be a student to famous stone worker, Dinshaw Sethna. It is here that a naughty plot will be framed - an arrangement so dangerous that it will bring about the sensational killings of two individuals. It also stars, Naseeruddin Shah, Dimple Kapadia, Boman Irani and Simone Singh.

Via Darjeeling (2008):

 

A couple on their honeymoon while coming back to the city, on the last day, one of them vanishes. The riddle comes back to Calcutta one night...via Darjeeling.

After a few years, in a blustery night in the city, companions sit together in a columnist`s flat. The Police auditor reveals to them the unusual instance of the missing spouse and characters, identities, themes and callings change with points of view. The film was directed by Arindam Nandy and you can see Kay Kay Menon, Sonali Kulkarni, Vinay Pathak and Sandhya Mridul in the lead characters.

Parzania (2007):

 

This film is inspired by a true story and was directed by Rahul Dholakia. Naseeruddin Shah and Sarika play the lead. The story revolves around a parsi family who is battling to discover thier child in a genocide, ordinarily known as Gujarat riots which broke out after the Godhra Train Burning episode. Amid riots more than 790 Muslim and 289 Hindus passed on and around 300 individuals missing in the Indian province of Gujarat.

Hyderabad Blues (1998):

 

The hero of Hyderabad Blues is Varun, played by the chief, Nagesh Kukunoor. The film rotates around his visit home following 12 years in the USA and his subsequent culture stun. This film was directed by Nagesh Kukunoor and he played the part of the protagonist aswell.

Fire (1996):

 

Radha and Sita (the little girl in-laws of a family) look to each other for comfort and to fulfill their own interests. In this condition, it is just normal that Sita and Radha turn out to be quick companions, and, in time, considerably more than that. Yet, their adoration isn`t without its offer of agonizing impediments. This beautiful drama was directed by Deepa Mehta. Nandita Das and Shabana Azmi played the lead roles. The music of the film was given by A.R.Rahman.

Mitr: My Friend (2002):

 

Prithvi opens his own particular business and starts to disregard his significant other Lakshmi.A forlorn and ignored spouse looks for e-fellowship on the visit room while her defiant little girl associates her with engaging in extramarital relations with their neighbor. The film was directed by Revathy and received the Best Feature Film in English in the 49th National Film Awards!

15 Park Avenue (2005):

 

The story of a schizophrenic woman in today’s Calcutta. It rotates around the relationship of two sisters; more seasoned sister Anjali is an effective educator with an intense identity. She is the tying down shake for her family and carer for her sister Meethi whose movement into schizophrenia has been speeded up by awful encounters. The film was directed by Aparna Sen and stars the best in the industry; Shabana Azmi, Konkona Sen, Waheeda Rehman, Rahul Bose and Dhritiman Chatterjee.

The Last Lear (2007):

 

The story spins around Harish Mishra (Amitabh Bachchan), a resigned Shakespearean theater on-screen character who put in decisively thirty years and nine months in front of an audience and after that all of a sudden quit, and his first and last go about as a silver screen craftsman. He is colossally energetic about Shakespeare, trusts that nothing even equivalent can ever be composed, knows all his plays by heart, lives in those stories, censures present day silver screen and considers theater as a substantially higher work of art for chiefs and performing artists to pass on their message to a group of people. Directed by Rituparno Ghosh and stars, Amitabh Bachchan, Preity Zinta, Arjun Rampal, Shefali Shah and Divya Dutta. It won the 2009 National Awards for Best Feature Film In English!

In which Annie gives it to those ones (1989):

 

Anand Grover, also called Annie, is deceived for ridiculing his primary, Y.D. Billimoria (prevalently known as Yamdoot or Hell`s courier), years prior. At the National Institute of Architecture, New Delhi, Annie is rehashing his fifth year for the fourth time. He spends his hours in the lodging which is the best piece of his life, by `giving it those ones` — enjoying fantasies of social elevate. The film was written by Arundhati Roy and directed by Pradip Krishen. Roshan Seth played the protagonist and Shahrukh Khan had a little part in the film as well! 

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