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February 23, 2013


<b>PAKEEZAH | 1972 </b><br><br>A young forest officer (Raaj Kumar) enters a first class compartment to see a sleeping Sahibjaan (Meena Kumari). Kumar is smitten by her feet and leaves a note: "Aap ke paon dekhey, bahut haseen hain. Inhen zameen par mat utariyega, mailey ho jayengey"

Bollywood Express

February 23, 2013


PAKEEZAH | 1972

A young forest officer (Raaj Kumar) enters a first class compartment to see a sleeping Sahibjaan (Meena Kumari). Kumar is smitten by her feet and leaves a note: "Aap ke paon dekhey, bahut haseen hain. Inhen zameen par mat utariyega, mailey ho jayengey"

<b>SHOLAY | 1975 </b><br><br>It's impossible to forget the train chase scene where it's Jai and Veeru versus the bandits. The 10-minute-long sequence sets the tone for the film with its thugs, stark landscape and singular acts of heroism

Bollywood Express

February 23, 2013


SHOLAY | 1975

It's impossible to forget the train chase scene where it's Jai and Veeru versus the bandits. The 10-minute-long sequence sets the tone for the film with its thugs, stark landscape and singular acts of heroism

<b>THE BURNING TRAIN | 1980 </b><br><br>Super Express catches fire on its debut run between Delhi and Mumbai. With a star cast of Dharmendra, Vinod Khanna, Jeetendra, Parveen Babi, Hema Malini and Neetu Singh, much of the action happens inside a train in this Ravi Chopra movie

Bollywood Express

February 23, 2013


THE BURNING TRAIN | 1980

Super Express catches fire on its debut run between Delhi and Mumbai. With a star cast of Dharmendra, Vinod Khanna, Jeetendra, Parveen Babi, Hema Malini and Neetu Singh, much of the action happens inside a train in this Ravi Chopra movie

<b>DILWALE DULHANIA LE JAYENGE | 1995 </b><br><br>The final sequence - Shah Rukh holding <br>out a hand to Kajol from the door of a departing train - served as inspiration for a generation of lovers in the 1990s. Now, the scene is being reprised in another SRK film - Chennai Express

Bollywood Express

February 23, 2013


DILWALE DULHANIA LE JAYENGE | 1995

The final sequence - Shah Rukh holding
out a hand to Kajol from the door of a departing train - served as inspiration for a generation of lovers in the 1990s. Now, the scene is being reprised in another SRK film - Chennai Express

<b>VEER-ZAARA | 2004 </b><br><br>Shah Rukh drops Preity Zinta, who plays a Pakistani, to the railway station in a brilliant separation scene. Veer and Zaara meet again decades later in this heart-rending love story directed by Yash Chopra

Bollywood Express

February 23, 2013


VEER-ZAARA | 2004

Shah Rukh drops Preity Zinta, who plays a Pakistani, to the railway station in a brilliant separation scene. Veer and Zaara meet again decades later in this heart-rending love story directed by Yash Chopra

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