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Jai Hind: Answering the call of the ‘drama’

A look at the ten most popular films in India’s cinema this year, with an eye on the next three years.

(Click here for a chart)The movie business is still in the early days of its dominance in the country, with no films out of the top ten hitting the screens of consumers, with the exception of a few blockbuster hits such as Shah Rukh Khan’s Dangal, and Rishi Kapoor’s Bhoomi.

The new millennium is a time when the film business is undergoing a profound transformation.

The film industry is in a period of profound transformation, with movies coming from every sector of society, and the market is awash with films, which are now making a lot of money.

However, in the last few years, the industry has witnessed a huge influx of new genres, films that are new and fresh, and that cater to a younger audience, with many studios finding that audiences prefer the film over a television or digital format.

These genres are known as ‘dramas’, and they are all coming into the mainstream.

Some of them have been hailed as the new golden age of cinema, such as ‘Pegasus’, the ‘Jai Hind’ and the ‘Dangal’.

These films are among the top 10 most-watched films of the year in India, and they have been given a lot more prominence than the earlier ‘dunetards’, which had to wait years for the spotlight to shine.

Dangals’ success has seen the rise of another genre of films that have been called the ‘new golden age’, ‘Bollywood’, which is now one of the most-anticipated genres in the industry, with new films being released every year that cater for a broad audience.

The first ‘Dagla’ (drama) that emerged in India was Bollywood’s ‘Dhanavajan’, released in 1993, with a huge hit, as did the first film of the genre ‘Bajirao Mastani’, released by the makers of the hit film ‘Jagran’.

A film by an unknown director from the ‘Bhagat Singh’ films, ‘Kohli-Bharatiya Nagari’, hit the charts in India in 2003 and 2003, and in the year 2009, a movie by the filmmaker Manoj Singh Nair was released in India.

This year, a film by Manoj was released called ‘Aapna’, which has been hailed for its bold style and visuals, and was made by the producer-director of Bollywood films, Prakash Kapoor.

This is the first time that a movie from a foreign director has topped the charts of the country in the recent past, and this year it was made with a foreign budget, but has been received very well by Indian audiences.

Other films in the new wave of films are ‘Kanchi’ and ‘Namaste’, released this year by the film makers from the Hindi film house, Cinefamily.

This film is a satire on the caste system and is about a man who has an affair with his daughter, and is left feeling cheated.

‘Jinan’, a film made by director Kailash Satyarthi, is about an Indian-Canadian couple who fall in love, and it has been watched by an audience of over 5 crore people, which has become a big hit.

This story of love and love at first sight has been seen in theatres across the country.

A lot of the movies from the new generation have been praised for their realism, and their themes are very realistic.

‘Piktat, a comedy by the director Rajinikanth, which hit the screens in India last year, was released by director Kapil Sibal.

‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’, released earlier this year and a film about a girl who is a part of a group of girls who go on a wild goose chase, was one of Kapil’s films.

‘Cinema’ is another one of those films that has hit the screen, which is a romantic comedy by Raj Kapoor, who has also directed films like ‘Chennai Express’, ‘Piggy’ and more.

A film called ‘Kachan’, also a romance, was made this year.

‘Mann ki Baat’, a comedy film that follows the exploits of a young man, is another film from Kapil that is well received by the audience.

‘Dilayabhadra’, a romantic drama that is a continuation of the Raj Kapur film ‘Dolchav’, was released this week.

‘Kapoorpreeti’, another romance, is also a good film by Kapil.

It has a very well-rounded cast of characters, which also has been praised by many audiences for its realistic portrayal of women in India and abroad.

A movie like ‘Kanal’ (Dil) was released last year by actor Amit