Proud Moment: Aamir Khan’s ‘Lagaan’ and Satyajit Ray’s ‘Apur Sansar’ among the world’s best movie ending films, Vulcher made the top 101 list

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It will be called pride for Indian cinema that 3 films made in India have been included in the Best Movie Ending List by Vulture. The first is Aamir Khan’s Lagaan, the second Satyajit Ray’s Apur Sansar and the third Mira Nair’s Salaam Bombay. Although Salaam could not gain any position in the Bombay list, it has been mentioned with 15 such films, which had the best ending, but could not make it to the list.

These are the ranks of films
Lagaan, composed in 2001 by Ashutosh Gowariker, has been ranked at number 90 in the list. While Satyajit Ray’s 1959 film Apur Sansar got 41st rank. The team that made the list saw a film of each director so that everyone could get a place. Releasing the list, Vulture wrote – We have kept the tone, origin, authorship, subject matter and diversity of the gener. We saw the endings 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.

Apu trilogy is the biggest contributor to world cinema
Apur Sansar is the biggest contribution made by Satyajit Ray to World Cinema. A father who 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. Pain, loss, injury, and a crafty ending that directly touches the heart. Therefore, it succeeded in making a place in this list. Significantly, Vulture is a US based entertainment website.


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