Indian Movies Celebrating Anniversaries This Month

by imdb_india_editors | last updated - 1 month ago

Do you know the inspiration behind Ileana D'Cruz's character in 'Barfi!'? Go back in time and check out the popular Indian movies that are celebrating anniversaries this September.

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Ranbir Kapoor in Barfi! (2012)

'Barfi!' turns 5 on Sept. 14

Trivia: The character Shruti Ghosh, portrayed by actress Ileana D'Cruz, is loosely based on Director Anurag Basu's mother. Basu used old photographs of his mother to perfect the 70s era makeup and clothing for the character.

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Abhay Deol in Manorama Six Feet Under (2007)

'Manorama Six Feet Under' Turns 10 on Sept. 21

Trivia: Manorama Six Feet Under is Navdeep Singh's directorial debut. Since then, He has directed NH 10 starring Anushka Sharma and is developing a new movie called Kaneda, slated to release in 2018.

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Dharmendra, Rimi Sen, and Neil Nitin Mukesh in Johnny Gaddaar (2007)

'Johnny Gaddar' Turns 10 on Sept. 28

Trivia: Johnny Gaddar is largely inspired by director Vijay Anand's Johnny Mera Naam (1970) starring Dev Anand.

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Shakthi: The Power (2002)

'Shakti' Turns 15 on Sept. 20

Trivia: Sridevi was initially considered for the role of Nandini played by Karisma Kapoor in Shakti. Instead Sridevi stayed behind the scenes and turned producer with the film.

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Vivek Oberoi in Road (2002)

'Road' turns 15 on Sept. 27

Trivia: During the development stage of the movie, Saif Ali Khan was offered the role of Arvind Chauhan. Later, director Ram Gopal Varma cast Vivek Oberoi to play the role and thought he was perfect for the role.

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Ram Charan in Chirutha (2007)

'Chirutha' turns 10 on Sept. 29

Trivia: Before his debut performance in Chirutha, Ram Charan perfected his acting skills at KNK Acting Institute in Mumbai.

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Amala Akkineni and Kamal Haasan in Pushpak (1987)

'Pushpak' turns 30 on Sept. 10

Trivia: Director Singeetam Srinivasa Rao and Kamal Hasaan, the duo behind the National Award winning silent film Pushpak, created the film as a tribute to Charlie Chaplin's City Lights (1931).