Bhojpuri Film Industry has been in existence since the 1960s and produces 50 plus movies a year, which entertain over 50 million Bhojpuri speakers in the Hindi heartland of India. Besides the household names such as Manoj Tiwari, Ravi Kishan, Nirahua, Monalisa, and Amrapali Dubey, the Bhojpuri movies have also featured the Bollywood heavyweights every now and then. Actors such as Ajay Devgn, Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra, Rahul Roy, and Mithun Chakraborty have made appearances in Bhojpuri movies. Here in this article, I would talk about some of the Best Paisa Vasool Bhojpuri Movies that you can enjoy on India’s leading OTT platform ZEE5.
“Kaafir” is an Arabic term for infidel or nonbeliever. The web series is based on a story of a Pakistani woman, who accidentally crosses the LOC and eventually lands up in a prison on the Indian Territory, for being an infiltrator and terrorist. Kainaaz Akhtar, the protagonist spends 7 years in prison and gives birth to a daughter too. But one day, an Indian lawyer-turned journalist Vedant attempts to learn the real story behind Kainaaz’s predicament and eventually unfolds the truth.
Inspired by real events, Kaafir attempts to inject hope, peace and goodwill within a system marred by hatred and prejudices. In other words, I would say that Kaafir is not a mere story of Indians and Pakistanis; rather it transcends the concept of borders and hyper-nationalism.
The history of Polish cinema coincides in a parallel way according to the Polish political history. We could say the first Polish film was “Antoś pierwszy raz w Warszawie” (Antoś for the First Time in Warsaw) by Antoni Fertner, premiered on October 22, 1908; even we had other cinema initiatives with Kazimierz Prószyński, who patented his camera before the Lumière brothers. Polish films were very famous across many points in Europe before the first World War, and they were even shown in Berlin, Germany, starring the extremely famous legendary actress–Pola Negri. Eugeniusz Bodo and Mieczyslawa Cwiklinska are other important actors around this time.
The modern Cabaret culture has its origin in post-World War – I Germany. In Bollywood contrary to the popular belief Cabaret was introduced much earlier than Helen made it her own. It was Cuckoo (an Anglo-Indian performer) in late 1940s and early 1950s …