Amitabh Bachchan made his acting debut in the 1969 action film ‘Saat Hindustani,’ directed by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas. He played the role of ‘Anwar Ali’ in the film which earned him the ‘National Film Award.’ In 1971, he bagged the ‘Filmfare Award’ for his performance as ‘Dr. Bhaskar Banerjee’ in the Hindi-language drama film ‘Anand,’ directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. The film was a critical and commercial success. The following year, he starred as ‘Ravi Kumar’ in the Indian Hindi-language road comedy film ‘Bombay to Goa,’ which was a massive box office hit. He next appeared in films like ‘Raaste Kaa Patthar’ (1972), ‘Zanjeer’ (1973) - The film established his image as an 'angry young man,' ‘Namak Haraam’ (1973), ‘Saudagar’ (1973), ‘Kasauti’ (1974), and ‘Majboor’ (1974).
In 1975, Amitabh Bachchan appeared in his most iconic film 'Sholay.' This Hindi-language action-adventure was directed by Ramesh Sippy and opened to wide critical acclaim and became a phenomenal box office success, becoming one of the highest-grossing films in India. Sholay is considered to be one of the best Indian films ever made. That same year, Bachchan also appeared in the Indian action crime drama film ‘Deewaar’ which was also a major critical and commercial success. The following year, he starred in the Indian musical romantic drama film ‘Kabhi Kabhie,’ directed by Yash Chopra. The film earned positive response from critics. Bachchan bagged the ‘Filmfare Award’ for his performance as ‘Anthony Gonzalves’ in the 1977 Hindi-language masala film ‘Amar Akbar Anthony,’ directed by Manmohan Desai. The film opened to rave reviews and was a massive commercial success, becoming one of the highest-grossing films of 1977.
In 1978, he bagged another ‘Filmfare Award’ for his portrayal of ‘Don / Vijay’ in the Hindi-language action thriller ‘Don,’ directed by Chandra Barot. The film opened to universal acclaim and made big numbers at the box office. Bachchan next starred in several films, including ‘Muqaddar Ka Sikandar’ (1978), ‘Gol Maal’ (1979), ‘Mr. Natwarlal’ (1979), ‘Dostana’ (1980), ‘Lawaaris’ (1981), ‘Silsila’ (1981), ‘Satte Pe Satta’ (1982), ‘Namak Halaal’ (1982), ‘Andha Kanoon’ (1983), ‘Coolie’ (1983), ‘Sharaabi’ (1984), and ‘Mard’ (1985). Bachchan starred as ‘Inspector Vijay Kumar Srivastav / Shahenshah’ in the 1988 Hindi-language vigilante action film ‘Shahenshah,’ directed by Tinnu Anand. The film was a major commercial success and went on to become one of the highest-grossing films of 1988. The following year, he starred in the Hindi-language superhero film ‘Toofan,’ which was a moderate commercial success.
In 1990, he starred in the Hindi-language action crime film ‘Agneepath’ directed by Mukul S. Anand. The film received mixed response from critics but failed to achieve success at the box office. Nevertheless, Bachchan’s performance as ‘Vijay Chavan’ in the film earned him a ‘National Film Award.’ The following year, he bagged the ‘Filmfare Award’ for his role as ‘Tiger / Shekhar Malhotra’ in the Hindi-language action crime film ‘Hum,’ directed by Mukul S. Anand.
He next appeared in films like ‘Khuda Gawah’ (1992), ‘Insaniyat’ (1994), ‘Mrityudata’ (1997), ‘Major Saab’ (1998), ‘Lal Baadshah’ (1999), ‘Sooryavansham’ (1999), ‘Mohabbatein’ (2000) - for which he won the ‘Filmfare Award,’ Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…(2001), ‘Kaante’ (2002), ‘Baghban’ (2003), ‘Khakee’ (2004), ‘Black’ (2005), ‘Bunty Aur Babli’ (2005), ‘Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna’ (2006), ‘Shootout at Lokhandwala’ (2007), ‘Sarkar Raj’ (2008), and ‘Bbuddah... Hoga Terra Baap’ (2011).
Bachchan starred as ‘Dwarka Anand’ in the 2013 Hindi-language political drama film ‘Satyagraha,’ directed by Prakash Jha. The film received mixed response from critics. In 2015, he appeared in the role of ‘Amitabh Sinha’ in the Hindi-language satirical drama film ‘Shamitabh’ which tanked at the box office. That same year, he bagged the ‘National Award’ for his performance as ‘Bhashkor Banerjee’ in the Hindi-language comedy-drama film ‘Piku,’ directed by Shoojit Sircar. Post Piku, he went on to star in films like ‘Pink’ (2016), ‘Sarkar 3’ (2017), ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ (2018), ‘Badla’ (2019), and ‘Gulabo Sitabo’ (2020). He was last seen in the 2021 Hindi mystery thriller film ‘Chehre’ directed by Rumy Jafry. The film received mixed to positive reviews from critics. Bachchan is all set to appear in the upcoming Hindi-language superhero film ‘Brahmāstra.’ He will also be seen in the upcoming Indian Hindi-language drama thriller film ‘Runway 34.’
After his family is murdered by notorious bandit Gabbar Singh, Thakur Baldev Singh, a retired policeman, hires two outlaws, Jai and Veeru, in order to capture Gabbar.
Black is an Indian drama film, which tells the story of a young girl Michelle, who is deaf, mute and blind. Eventually, a stubborn teacher, named Debraj, helps bring light into her dark world. Despite her disabilities, she eventually takes on the challenge of graduating college.
Multiple award-winning Hindi-language film features Anand, a terminally ill person who arrives in Mumbai/Bombay to spend his remaining days with friends. Staying with oncologist Dr. Bhaskar, an ethical doctor disheartened with diseases and poverty that he can’t cure, Anand’s cheerful demeanor and ability to befriend everyone influences Bhaskar’s life. As Anand’s health worsens with time his near ones pray for a miracle.
Deewar is an action thriller crime film which tells the story of Vijay, a dockworker who turns to crime, and eventually becomes a leading figure of the underworld. Meanwhile, his younger brother Ravi becomes an educated and upright police officer. Things take an ugly turn, and the two brothers find themselves against one another, when Ravi is sent to arrest Vijay.
Bittu is a six year old who loses both his parents in an unfortunate car crash. Thirty years later, he meets two youngsters, who look exactly like the younger selves of his parents. He is convinced that his parents have reincarnated.
Laxmikant, who loves his wife Gayatri very much, is upset upon seeing her use unhygienic cloth during her menstrual cycle. In order to bring a change, he eventually creates a machine which can make affordable sanitary pads, in order to provide inexpensive options to women living in rural India.
Veer Zaara is a romantic drama film, which tells the story of an Indian pilot Veer Pratap Singh, who rescues a stranded Pakistani girl, Zaara. Love eventually blooms between them. As Veer spends a long time in a Pakistani jail, Zaara believes him to be dead and devotes her life to his village in India.
Karan is an aimless young woman who decides to join the Indian Army on a whim but when he finds the training difficult, he decides to run away. However, his girlfriend leaves him because of this, and therefore he decides to rejoin. Soon, he matures into one of the best heroes in the battlefield.
A Delhi architect Piku, who loves her widower father Bhashkor, but is stressed by his eccentricities, ideologies, and also, her job. She often has irritated exchanges with cab-service owner Rana. When Bhashkor insists on visiting ancestral Kolkata home only by car, Rana drives the father-daughter duo. The road-trip helps Piku understand her father better and grow closer to Rana.
Subhash Nagre, who is popularly known as Sarkar, is an influential man living in Mumbai, who is known to help needy people. However, when he makes enemies, they decide to murder an upright political leader and frame Sarkar for the murder. After Sarkar is imprisoned, his son Shankar steps forward to protect his father and their legacy.
March of the Penguins is a documentary film which depicts the life and the journeys of the emperor penguins of Antarctica. The film shows how every March, the quest begins to find a perfect partner for mating, in order to start a family. The film also shows the various struggles that the parent penguins must endure, to ensure that their chick survives.
Rahul, an adopted son of a rich couple, is disowned by his father, when the former chooses to marry a woman from a middle-class background. He eventually moves to London in order to build a new life. Years later, his younger brother sets out on a mission to find him and rebuild the family again.
Khakee is an action crime drama film which tells the story of DCP Anant and his police team who is tasked with escorting an alleged terrorist to Mumbai. However a rogue ex-police officer makes their task quite difficult as he orders his men to stop them from reaching their destination.
Raj Malhotra and his wife Pooja do their best to ensure that their sons can lead a happy life. When they grow old, they wish that their sons will also care for them. However, the children become selfish and begin to treat their parents with disrespect.
Vijay Singh Rajput is unceremoniously fired from his bank. In order to take revenge he trains three blind men to carry out an elaborate money heist.
Three brothers are separated at a very young age. While one is adopted by a Hindu policeman, the other two are adopted by a Muslim tailor and a Catholic priest. Years later, they reunite and decide to take revenge on the mob boss who is responsible for separating them.
Based on a popular 1925 novel of the same name by F Scott Fitzgerald, this Oscar winning romantic drama revolves around Nick Carraway, a writer and wall-street trader, who is drawn into his millionaire neighbor Jay Gatsby’s past and lifestyle.
Captain Vikrant Khanna, a flying prodigy and accomplished pilot, is preparing for a flight from Dubai to Cochin, alongside co-pilot Tanya Albuquerque. However, things get ugly when due to a cyclone he is forced to divert the flight to Trivandrum. Although Tanya suggests that he should take it to Bengaluru, Vikrant feels that since it is near Cochin, there is a high chance of bad weather there as well. However, due to communication problems, they do not realize that Trivandrum is facing even worse weather as compared to Cochin.
John Biswas is a 70 year old broken man who is still seeking help from the police to find the people who had kidnapped and killed his granddaughter several years ago. The case had shaken up the police force in such a way, that the investigating officer Martin Das had quit the force and turned to priesthood. Now, eight years later, a young boy is kidnapped and the case seems to be completely similar to the kidnapping of John Biswas' granddaughter.
Daanish is a cop whose daughter gets shot and killed, while he is chasing a terrorist in his car. He soon befriends a chess master named Pandit Omkar Nath Dhar. Daanish starts to learn chess from him and the two grow close to each other. Dhar also tells Daanish how his daughter was murdered by Yazaad Qureshi, an influential political leader.
Auro, a witty 13 year old intelligent boy lives with his mother Vidya, a gynaecologist. His father, Amol Arte, is a politician with a mission. The bright boy suffers from progeria, an extremely rare genetic defect that leads to accelerated aging. He tries to know more about his father, but Vidya is adamant and tries not to reveal the truth.
Khan is a fearless and experienced police officer who begins a war against organized crime in Mumbai. However, things get complicated when his own integrity is being questioned.
Narayan is a strict and stubborn principal of a prestigious college who doesn’t believe in love and therefore forbids his students from following their hearts. Any student caught indulging in romance is immediately expelled. However, things take a turn when a music teacher challenges his authority.
Rival crooks Vijay and Sunil pose as teachers and reach a boarding school on the orders of their bosses to kidnap a rich man’s son Bittoo, for a huge ransom. While wooing pretty girls Anju and Shalu respectively, the two compete with each other to get closer to Bittoo. Do the girls find out the truth? Who finally succeeds in abducting Bittoo?
DSP Shamsher Singh adopts Amit, the new-born son of bandit Mangal Singh and brings him up alongside his own son, Kishan. As they grow up, Kishan believes that he is bandit’s son, and surreptitiously joins Mangal’s nefarious activities. When Amit becomes an honest police officer, he learns about Kishan’s criminal actions. Finally, how do they find out the truth about their biological-family?
Buddhadev Gupta is an arrogant and egocentric 64 year old chef, who owns an Indian restaurant in London. He has never been married, but his life takes a turn when he falls for Nina, a 34 year old software engineer. They eventually decide to get married, but things get complicated when he discovers that her father Omprakash is six years his junior. Omprakash is vehemently opposed to their relationship, and he decides to go on a hunger strike.
The title represents life’s basic essentials which Bharat, an unemployed graduate, struggles to provide for his family after his father’s retirement. Frustrated with his circumstances, when Bharat’s girlfriend Sheetal accepts marriage proposal from her wealthy boss, Bharat is heartbroken. As he starts questioning the worth of his honesty, an unscrupulous businessman tempts him with well-paying corrupt practices. What will be Bharat’s decision?
Amit is found on the railway tracks, mortally wounded as well as suffering from memory loss. A wealthy couple decides to adopt him, and six years later, after watching a film, he regains his memory, as the lead actress of the film is non-other than his former wife.
Ishwarchand Thakur is a successful businessman who runs a toy factory along with his wife Sumitra. They have a son named Aditya Thakur, who is quite reckless and irresponsible. When Aditya finds out that his girlfriend is pregnant, his father orders him to leave the house. Soon, Ishwar learns that due to a chronic illness, he has only a few months to live.
Sarkar is an influential man who is opposed to the proposal of building a power plant in a village. However, his son Shankar eventually convinces him to go along with the project. Things however get ugly when the project takes a political turn.
Danish is a mute man whose childhood dream was to become a film actor. He reaches Mumbai, hoping to fulfill his dream. He eventually manages to meet an assistant director named Akshara Pandey, who is impressed by his acting. However, her director refuses to cast him since Danish is mute. Akshara tries to help him, but doctors declare that his vocal chords are not treatable. With the help of a special technology, they are able to make him speak through another person named Amitabh Sinha, who wanted to be an actor as well, but was rejected, due to his voice.
Vijay and Ajay are two small-time criminals who make a living conning richer criminals. When Vijay’s recognizes Sheru, a man who had helped PK in killing his father and Ajay finds that PK is his father, sets the two on a collision course.
Two brothers, Kishan and Amit are separated at birth when Amit is stolen by his criminal father Vikram’s rival, and sold to a bootlegger. Having grown up in different circumstances, the two unite. When Vikram, unknowingly orders a hit on his own son, the two brothers unite to triumph over evil.
Alaap is a musical drama film which tells the story of a wealthy advocate Triloki Prasad who owns a law firm. He wants his son Alok to follow in his footsteps and become a lawyer. However Alok is interested in music, and goes against his father’s wishes. Eventually, he is forced to leave his house to pursue his dreams. However, his father is determined to ruin his efforts.
Reshma and Shera fall for each other, although there is a violent dispute between their families. When their families find out about this, Shera’s father orders Chotu, Shera’s brother, to kill Reshma’s father and her newly married brother. Things get worse after Shera finds out about this, and he decides to kill his own father.
Sameer Mehra is a business tycoon who finds himself in the middle of a dangerous snow storm, and he is forced to take shelter in the home of an old man. He is introduced to a retired judge, and two lawyers, as well as three helpers. They tell him about a game that they play amongst themselves. They feel that Sameer is their perfect subject for the game, but Sameer is unclear about their intentions.
Raju feels extremely guilty after his brother Amit, a college professor, gets killed due to the former’s association with gangsters. Later, he meets Shankar, a lookalike of his brother Amit, and starts to believe that his brother has returned. However, he is unaware of the fact that Shankar is actually a wanted criminal.
Aditya and Anjali moves into their new house, along with their son Aman, unaware of the fact that the house is still inhabited by the spirit of Kailash Nath, the man who used to own it. While Aditya is away, the ghost of Kailash Nath tries to drive them away, but things change when he develops an unlikely friendship with Aman.
After killing their parents, Jagatpal raises his nephews Ram and Balram, who are unaware of the fact that he is their parents’ killer. His plan is to push Ram into the world of smuggling and earn money, and he sends off Balram to join the police force, so that he is able to protect his brother from getting arrested. However, the brothers eventually unite against Jagatpal.
Rakesh and Vimmi are two misfits from a small town who turn to a life of crime and fraud, and eventually they begin to be known as the infamous duo Bunty and Babli. They continue scamming all kinds of people from all walks of life, but things get complicated when they attract the attention of an upset police officer.
When the Supreme Court of India decides to establish caste-based reservations, providing 27 percent reservation to people from lower castes, it causes several political organizations to protest. It also causes a conflict between a college principal named Prabhakar Anand, and the college trustees and the new vice principal Mithilesh Singh.
Delhi-6 is a drama film which tells the story of Roshan Mehra, an American of Indian origin, who returns to India along with his ailing grandmother, to their ancestral property. He gets involved in several problems of the common people, including a temple-mosque dispute.
Ram, who lives with his mother, is a criminal leader in the part of town that he lives in. When he meets Rekha, they fall in love and get married, and he also promises to give up his criminal life. However, when his rival hears about this, he decides to move into Ram’s territory.
The son of Thakur Maharaj Singh, a rich king, is kidnapped by a dacoit named Maan Singh and his gang. Years later, a boy returns claiming to be the son of the King. However, the King and his wife are unaware of the fact that this man is actually a convict who is impersonating their son with the intent of pocketing their wealth.
Dev and Maya are facing struggles in their respective marriages, and they become friends to help each other deal with their relationship problems. They soon start falling for each other, and even start having an affair. But eventually, they feel guilty for cheating on their spouses.
Master Dinanath, an ex-freedom fighter, is angry that people have become greedy after independence. When he learns about Thakur Pratap Singh’s misdeeds, he has him thrown into prison. In retaliation, the Thakur has his wife and daughter kidnapped and provokes an attack on his home, forcing him to flee with his son, Raju.
Sapna is a young woman who is being targeted by Heera, a playboy smuggler who wants to use her for his pleasure. However, a taxi driver named Amit manages to save her from him. However, things take an ugly turn after Sapna is framed for robbery and is sent to jail.
When a child falls into the well of a temple, Abbas, a Muslim man is forced to break the lock to save the life of the child. However, he is forced to hide his identity with a Hindu name, to avoid a controversy among the people, and this leads to one lie after another.
Mohan and Ahmed are two friends who act as mock witnesses and give false evidence in court as per the requirements of the cases. This changes when they meet Kabir Das, and influenced by him, they decide to change their lives. However, they find it difficult to earn a living as honest citizens. Meanwhile, Kabir Das is arrested for a murder he didn’t commit, and now it is up to the duo to help him.
Shankar turns atheist after witnessing his father being murdered and his mother and sister getting torched by landowner Tiger. Losing faith in God, he goes after Tiger to take revenge. Shankar escapes after stabbing Tiger, and turns a city criminal. Years later, he reunites with his mother and sister. When he learns that Tiger is alive, he sets out to find him.
Dharamchand is a banker whose dead body is found unexpectedly by his son and his daughter. They find his suicide note which clarifies that he had embezzled 20 lakhs from his bank, but he was unable to repay it, which made him take this step. His son Ratan decides not to tell anyone, in order to save their reputation. However, he is soon blackmailed by a man, who threatens to expose his father’s secret if Ratan doesn’t help him with a bank robbery.
Thakur Jaswant Singh is a tyrannical village landlord, who has no concern for the poor. His interest lies only in money, women and alcohol. When he assaults an old woman named Ramvati, her son Jeeva tries to intervene. Therefore, Thakur gets Jeeva thrown out of the village. Eventually Jeeva decides to become a dacoit to get revenge from Thakur, without knowing that this will also get him in conflict with the police and many honest people.
Firangi is a small-time thug who is recruited by the East India Company who tells him to infiltrate a group of revolutionary bandits who has been causing trouble for them, trying to reclaim independence for their country. However, Firangi is unsure whether he should betray the bandits or help them instead.
Narsimha is a police officer whose family is killed by Babban, a notorious gangster. In order to take revenge, he hires Raj and Heerendra, two convicts. They eventually find some success, but Babban manages to escape.
During British rule in India, a village is struggling with drought. Farmers have no money to pay taxes but Capt. Russell, the local head, is not considerate. He agrees to cancel the taxes if the villagers beat the British in a cricket match. If not, it will be tripled. The stakes are high and the villagers have no idea about the game. However, Bhuvan, a young man accepts Russell’s challenge.
Set in the 16th century, the multi-awards-winning historical film depicts an epic romance. Jodhaa, daughter of Raja Bharmal of Amer, is married to Mughal emperor Akbar to strengthen the Mughal-Rajput alliance. A somewhat-reluctant Jodhaa puts the condition of retaining her religion (Hindu), which Akbar agrees to. The mighty Emperor, who has won many battles, sets out to win love of the fiery Princess Jodhaa.
A Pakistani submarine, Ghazi, is on route to secretly attack Vizag Port. However, an Indian Naval submarine S21 tries to thwart its plan.
Parineeta is a romantic drama film which tells the story of Lalita and Shekhar, childhood sweethearts who wish to get married one day. However, Shekhar’s father wants him to marry Gayatri, the daughter of his wealthy business associate. In order to separate Shekhar and Lalita, he turns Lalita and her family’s life upside down.
Two young kids growing up in British India are set up with each other to be married. They start getting closer and eventually fall in love after the wedding. However, the arrest of a beloved elderly teacher at the boy's school deeply impacts their peaceful lives.
Krrish and his scientist father Rohit, faces several mutants who are half human and half animal, created by an evil genius Kaal, who is hell-bent on destruction. Meanwhile Kaal also sends his ruthless mutant Kaya, a shapeshifter, to kidnap Krrish’s wife and take her place.
Boss is an action comedy drama film which tells the story of Surya, a boy disowned by his father. However, he is adopted by a businessman, who raises him like his own son. Surya soon becomes a transport businessman who fights for the justice of the deprived sections of society. One day, his biological father approaches him for help, when his younger son falls prey to a corrupt police officer.
Shashi Godbole, a housewife who runs a small laddoo-making business, is ridiculed by her husband and daughter for not being proficient in English. When she travels alone to the US for her niece’s wedding, she resolutely enrolls in an English learner’s class after failing to place order in a café. As she meets new people in the English language class, she re-invents herself and discovers her worth.
A poor rickshaw puller finds an abandoned baby at his doorstep, and decides to raise the boy as his own. However, life turns upside down for both of them, when the boy is affected by polio. He feels responsible for his condition because of his unclean lifestyle. Meanwhile, unknown to them, the boy’s actual mother is searching for him.
Maanav is an orphan who was raised by a Catholic priest, Father Francis. When he returns home after completing his education, he finds that Father Francis has passed away. He decides to relocate to Bombay, but on the way a man named Gopichand attempts to steal his luggage. However, they soon become friends and Maanav tries to bring Gopichand’s life in the right direction.
Malti’s marriage is arranged with a man named Ram, and she also takes a liking to him, without knowing what to expect. Upon arriving at his house, she realizes that he lives in poverty, and she is shocked to know that she will be spending the rest of her life with him.
Paheli is a fantasy romantic drama film which revolves around a ghost who falls in love with a woman who has been newly married. The ghost soon manages to assume the form of her husband, and also befriends the members of her husband’s family.
Forest officer Khan is framed for murder and sentenced to jail, during which time he loses his family. After release, Khan meets a young man Vijay who seeks revenge against three men responsible for his father’s death and sister’s rape. Vijay’s other sister, police officer Durga, wishes to punish those culprits through law while Vijay takes Khan’s help to mete out justice.
An army captain named Kishore, who is a lusty womanizer, finds himself attracted to a gypsy dancer, and begins to harass her for special favors. However, things don’t work well for him because the woman kills herself. Her younger sister Jugnu decides to avenge her sister's death and she seeks combat training from a man named Robert Taylor. She disguises herself as a masked male and begins to inflict pain and terror in Captain Kishore’s life.