Ashutosh Gowariker



Set in modern day Indian, Swades (Our Country) is a film that tackles the issues facing the citizens of this nation on a grass roots level. The India of Swades is colorful, heterogeneous and complex and it is to this environment that Mohan Bhargava (Shah Rukh Khan), a bright young scientist working as project manager in NASA, returns to, on a quest to find his childhood nanny.What begins as a simple mission prompted by nostalgia and affection turns into a journey to the heartland of rural India, both literally and metaphorically.


Champaner… a small farming village in central India. The year is 1893. On the outskirts of the village stands a British cantonment, commanded by Captain Russell (Paul Blackthorne) – An arrogant and capricious man, who wields the power of life and death over the villages under his jurisdiction. When the villagers are unable to pay the crippling land tax imposed on them by their British rulers due to draught and famine, Captain Russell offers them a challenge. To assemble a team and face the British soldiers in a game of cricket, a game they have never heard of.

Mohenjo Daro

During the prehistoric Indus Valley civilization, in 2016 B.C. the evil greed of a man, Maham (Kabir Bedi) is about to destroy one of the oldest cities in the world, Mohenjo Daro. A young Indigo farmer, Sarman (Hrithik Roshan), enters this city, and meets Chaani (Pooja Hegde), the daughter of a priest, predicted to be the origin of a new society. Sarman, in his attempt to win Chaani's love, uncovers secrets, nobody was ever supposed to know about Chaani, about Mohenjo Daro and about his own past.

Jodhaa Akbar

Jodhaa Akbar is a sixteenth century love story about a marriage of alliance that gave birth to true love between a great Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a Rajput princess, Jodhaa. Political success knew no bounds for Emperor Akbar (Hrithik Roshan). After having secured the Hindu Kush, he furthered his realm by conquest until his empire extended from Afghanistan to the Bay of Bengal, and from the Himalayas to the Godavari River. Through a shrewd blend of tolerance, generosity, and force, Akbar won the allegiance of the Rajputs, the most belligerent Hindus.

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