One of the most expensive films of Hindi cinema, Mughal-e-Azam is considered as one of the milestone films in the history of Indian cinema. Directed by K Asif, the film starring Dilip Kumar, Prithvi Raj Kapoor and gorgeous Madhubala in the lead roles portrayed an eternal love of Mughal prince Salim and courtesan Anarkali. Prithviraj Kapoor, who played the legendary role of King Akbar, immortalised the character on celluloid.
A story of an ordinary man with an extraordinary ambition. Armed with a sharp business acumen and determination. The main character goes on to become the single most powerful man in his state. Then he meets the biggest challenge in the form of Majmudar: a no nonsense cop with a passion for solving crimes.
Set in late 19th-century, pre-independence India, this film is about a woman's artistic and romantic yearning. It is about the lonely wife of a workaholic newspaper editor, Charulata, whose beautiful face masks a burning creativity. When her husband's poet cousin comes to stay with them, Charulata finds herself both inspired by him creatively and dangerously drawn to him physically. A delicate tale of a marriage in jeopardy and a woman taking the first steps toward establishing her own voice.
Sections such as "Food and Drink" and "In an Emergency" provide words and phrases you'll hear used in everyday situations in India, and there are snippets of useful information on etiquette, culture and travel. The handy bilingual dictionary at the back of the book contains over 3,000 useful words, and our new content includes essential phrases such as "What is the WiFi password?", "I'll put the pictures on Facebook", and much more. You'll never be lost for words with a Berlitz phrase book.
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