Three films made in India have been included in the Best Movie Ending list by Vulture. It has the first film Aamir Khan starrer Lagaan, the second Satyajit Ray’s Apur Sansar and the third Meera Nair’s Salaam Bombay. However, Salaam Bombay did not get any position. But this film has been mentioned with 15 films, whose ending was the best. Let me tell you that in the year 2001, the film Lagaan, directed by Ashutosh Gowariker, got 90th place in the list. While Satyajit Ray’s film Apoor Sansar, which came out in 1959, got 41st place.
Releasing the list of films, Vulture wrote, ‘We kept the tone, origin, authorship, subject matter and gener diversity. We saw the ending of the film to see what was special about it. The most important was to match the ending with his title, which connected the team of Vulture to the film. Vulture has also shared the ending scenes of all these 101 films on its website.
It is being told that the team making the list saw a film of each director so that everyone can get a place. Apur Sansar is the biggest contribution made by Satyajit Ray to World Cinema. In this film, a father could not take care of his son because his wife dies at the birth of the son. She comes to meet him after many years. The pain, injury, and a crafty ending depicted in this film directly touch the audience’s heart. Hence it was successful in making it to this list. Significantly, Vulture is a US based entertainment website.
Whereas Aamir Khan’s 2001 film ‘Lagaan’ is one of the best Bollywood films made on the game. You know Bhuvan and Gauri the main characters of Lagaan. Today we are going to introduce you to such a character from the film who had committed infidelity with his own team, who was madly in love with Gauri.