10 Bollywood Movies on Mughal Era: Bollywood has a deep attachment to the Mughal era. Film makers have made many films based on the stories of the Mughal era. Some films like ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ have achieved cult status. Come, let us know about 10 Bollywood films made on the Mughal period and interesting facts related to them.
New Delhi: Even before Dilip Kumar’s ‘Mughal-e-Azam’, Bollywood film makers had made very interesting films inspired by the history and stories of the Mughal period, two of which were released before independence. Were.
The film ‘Tansen’ was released in 1943, which is based on the life of Tansen, one of Akbar’s Navratnas, whose girlfriend comes to meet him on his birthday, Tansen gets caught in a difficult situation.
The film Humayun was released in 1945 before independence, which is based on the life of Babar’s son Humayun. The film tells what kind of challenges the emperor’s empire had to face. His love story with Hamida Bano is also shown in the film.
The film Anarkali was released in 1953, whose story revolves around Prince Salim, who falls in love with a dancer, but the Emperor was against their union.
Dilip Kumar’s film ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ is the best film in the history of Hindi cinema which was released in 1960. The love of Salim and Anarkali has been shown beautifully on screen in the film. It is said that the film took 16 years to make. It has got cult status.
The story of the film ‘Jahan Ara’, released in 1964, is based on the daughter of Mughal emperor Shahjahan.
In 1963, a film named ‘Taj Mahal’ was released, in which Bina Rai, Pradeep Kumar, Veena and Helen played the lead roles. A film with the same name was released in 2005, which tells the story of the love between Shahjahan and Mumtaz.
The film ‘Noorjahan’ is based on the life of Shahjahan’s wife. The film was released in 1967.
The film ‘Jodha Akbar’ released in 2008 is quite popular, in which Hrithik Roshan played the role of Akbar and Aishwarya Rai played the role of Jodha. Apart from this, the film ‘Baiju Bawra’ depicts the story of a young musician who challenged Tansen, the famous musician of Akbar’s court. Who wanted to avenge his father’s death. ‘Waris Shah: Ishq Da Waris’ was released in the year 2006, which talks about the time when Aurangzeb banned music across the country.