Indian movies that won international Awards and Appreciation but still Indian do not even know their Names.
It’s been said that Bollywood movies are less in comparison to Hollywood. But here I’m providing you the list of movies that has been appreciated globally but hardly known by Indians.
Here are the lists of movies.
1.PARCHED(2015):- This movie won the Toronto International Film Festival starrer by Radhika Apte and Surveen Chawla– produced by Ajay Devgan. It’s a story about four women in a village of north-western region, who still suffers from problems like forced child marriages and other social issues.
2.Sant Tukaram:- It’s movie directed by Vishnupant Govind Dhamle and sheikh fattelal, in 1937. It won a special prize at the Venice Film Festival and thus became the first film to get International recognition.
3.Court(2014):- This movie won 19 Awards at National and International film festivals.
It’s a INDIAN court room Marathi Drama film which examines the Indian legal system. It has won the award of Best feature film at the 62nd National Film Awards in 2014 Directed by Chaitanya Tamhane.
4.Amar Bhupali:- Directed by V. Shantaram, 1951.It received an award for Excellence in Sound Recording from the Centre National de la Cinematographic.
5.Peddlers(2012):- The speciality of this movie is that it never got released but selected for International’s critic award. It’s a story of 20-year-old destitute boys who get trapped in the drug trade and a young cop, who tracks them. Directed by Vasan Bala.
6.Pathar Panchali:- Directed by Satyajit Roy, 1956.It won a number of awards including the Palme d Or for Best Human Document at the 1956 Cannes Film festival.
7.Aparajito:- Directed by Satyajit Ray, 1957.The film went home with the prestigious Golden Lion, which is considered as the top prize, at the Venice film festival.
8.Om-Dar-B-Dar: – Premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival. This cult movie directed by Kamal Swaroop was made in 1988 but was only released in Indian theaters 26 years later, on 17 January 2014. It follows the adventures of a school boy named Om along with his family and employs nonlinear narrative and an absurdist story line to satire mythology, arts, politics and philosophy.
9.Jaldeep:- Directed by Kidar Sharma, 1957.This children’s film won the first prize at the Venice International Children’s Film Festival.
10.Salam Bombay: – Directed by Mira Nair, 1988.The film won both the Camera d’Or and the Audience Award at the 1988 Cannes Film festival. It also remains one of the few Indian Films to make it to the final list of nominations for the Academy Awards. It also remains one of the few Indian Films to make it to the final list of nominations for the Academy Awards.