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The second decade of Shah Rukh Khan -movies and the film soundtracks of 2002-2012

Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan has been making movies for over 25 years now and here below I’ve listed all the Shah Rukh Khan -movies from his second decade as an actor, from 2002-2012, together with all the movie soundtracks for you to hear.

Find the first decade of Shah Rukh Khan -movies and all the music from them here in this link 1992-2002 

and the latest, 3rd decade of Shah Rukh Khan -movies with all the movie soundtracks from 2012 – 2017 here in this link.

If the name of the movie director is mentioned, then it will be a direct link to the movie in guestion together with its trailer. Movies will be available in America, UK, India, and many other countries.

If you don’t know from which movie to start, let me recommend at least these movies: Devdas, Shakti: The Power, Chalte Chalte, Kal Ho Naa Ho, Veer-Zaara, Om Shanti Om and Raj Ne Bana Di Jodi. Many of them  Shah Rukh Khan -movies I’ve reviewed in Finnish during the past ten years.

Enjoy your Bollywood experience here and do come back for more!

• 2002 – Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam

• 2002 – Devdas

Find the movie and the trailer here: Devdas – Sanjay Leela Bhansali

• 2002 – Shakti: The Power

• 2003 – Chalte Chalte

• 2003 – Kal Ho Naa Ho

Find the movie and the trailer here: Kal Ho Naa Ho – Nikhil Advani

• 2004 – Yeh Lame Judaai Ke
• 2004 – Main Hoon Na

• 2004 – Veer-Zaara

Find the movie and the trailer here: Veer-Zaara – Yash Chopra

• 2004 – Swades

Find the movie and the trailer here: Swades – Ashutosh Gowariker

• 2005 – Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye

• 2005 – Kaal (Special appearance)
• 2005 – Silsiilay
• 2005 – Paheli

Find the movie and the trailer here: Paheli – Amol Palekar

• 2006 – Alag   (cameo)
• 2006 – Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna

Find the movie and the trailer here: Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna – Karan Johar

• 2006 – Don – The Chase Begins Again

• 2006 – I See You   (Special appearance)
• 2007 – Chak De! India

Find the movie and the trailer here: Chak De India – Shimit Amin

• 2007 – Heyy Babyy   (Special appearance)
• 2007 – Om Shanti Om

• 2008 – Krazzy 4  (Special appearance)
• 2008 – Bhootnath

Find the movie and the trailer here: Bhoothnath – Vivek Sharma

• 2008 – Kismat Konnection   (ääni)
• 2008 – Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi

Find the movie and the trailer here: Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi – Aditya Chopra

• 2009 – Luck By Chance   (cameo)
• 2009 – Billu

• 2010 – Dulha Mil Gaya

• 2010 – My Name Is Khan

Find the movie and the trailer here: My Name Is Khan – Karan Johar

• 2011 – Ra.One

Find the movie and the trailer here: Ra.One – Anubhav Sinha

• 2011 – Don 2

• 2012 – Jab Tak Hai Jaan

Find the movie and the trailer here: Jab Tak Hai Jaan – Yash Chopra

The music is this article is provided by Apple Music.

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The first decade of Shah Rukh Khan -movies and the film soundtracks of 1992-2002

Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan has been making movies for over 25 years now and here below I’ve listed all the Shah Rukh Khan -movies from his first decade as an actor, 1992-2002, together with all the movie soundtracks for you to hear.

Find the second decade of Shah Rukh Khan -movies and all the music from them from this link 2002-2012 

and the 3rd decade of Shah Rukh Khan -movies with all the movie soundtracks from 2012 – 2017 here.

If the name of the movie is mentioned together with the director, then it will be a direct link to the movie and the movietrailer in question, and they are available mostly in America, UK and India, at least.

Anyways, these are my favorites Shah Rukh Khan -movies from the first decade of his: Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Hey Ram, Mohabbatein, Kabhi Khushie Kabhi Gham, Devdas and Shakti: The Power.

Enjoy your Bollywood experience!

 

• 1992 – Deewana

• 1992 – Chamatkar

Find the movie and the trailer here: Chamatkar – Rajiv Mehra

• 1992 – Dil Aashna Hai

• 1992 – Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman

• 1993 – Maya Memsaab

• 1993 – Pehla Nasha

• 1993 – King Uncle

• 1993 – Baazigar

• 1993 – Darr

Find the movie and the trailer here: Darr – Yash Chopra

• 1994 – Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa

Find the movie and the trailer here: Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa – Kundan Shah

• 1994 – Anjaam

• 1995 – Karan Arjun

• 1995 – Zamaana Deewana

• 1995 – Guddu

• 1995 – Oh Darling! Yeh Hai India!

Find the movie and the trailer here: Oh Darling Yeh Hai India – Ketan Mehta

• 1995 – Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

Find the movie and the trailer here: Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge – Aditya Chopra

• 1995 – Ram Jaane

Find the movie and the trailer here: Ram-Jaane – Rajiv Mehra

• 1995 – Trimurti

• 1996 – English Babu Desi Mem

Find the movie and the trailer here: English Babu Desi Mem – Praveen Nischol

• 1996 – Chaahat

Find the movie and the trailer here: Chaahat – Mahesh Bhatt

• 1996 – Army
• 1996 – Dushman Duniya Ka

• 1997 – Gudgudee

• 1997 – Koyla

• 1997 – Yes Boss

• 1997 – Pardes

• 1997 – Dil To Pagal Hai

Find the movie and the trailer here: Dil to Pagal Hai – Yash Chopra

• 1998 – Duplicate

Find the movie and the trailer here: Duplicate – Mahesh Bhatt

• 1998 – Achanak  (cameo)
• 1998 – Dil Se..

Find the movie and the trailer here: Dil Se – Mani Ratnam

• 1998 – Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

Find the movie and the trailer here: Kuch Kuch Hota Hai – Karan Johar

• 1999 – Baadshah

• 2000 – Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani

• 2000 – Hey Ram

• 2000 – Josh

• 2000 – Har Dil Jo Paar Karega
• 2000 – Mohabbatein

Find the movie and the trailer here: Mohabbatein – Aditya Chopra

• 2000 – Gaja Gamini

• 2001 – One 2 Ka 4

Find the movie and the trailer here: One 2 Ka 4 – Shashilal K. Nair

• 2001 – Asoka

Find the movie and the trailer here: Asoka – Santosh Sivan

• 2001 – Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…

Find the movie and the trailer here: Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham – Karan Johar

• 2002 – Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam

• 2002 – Devdas

Find the movie and the trailer here: Devdas – Sanjay Leela Bhansali

• 2002 – Shakti: The Power

The music is provided by Apple Music.

All Deepika Padukone -films and music from the movies

Deepika Padukone is a famous Indian actress, born in Copenhagen and raised in Bangalore, India. Quick look at Deepika Padukone’s Wikipedia-page reveals the incredible achievements she has made in just twelve years. But on the other hand, already back in 2007, it was difficult to believe, that the great film Om Shanti Om was Deepika’s first Hindi film ever.

After Om Shanti Om she has made several nice movies, which I have mentioned in the Finnish article about the best movies of Deepika Padukone.

Here down below are listed all Deepika’s movies, which are mostly Bollywood, excluding her first Kannada film Aishwarya, her first Tamil film Kochadaiiyaan and her first Hollywood film xXx: Return of Xander Cage.

All Deepika’s movies which you are able to find from iTunes are listed here together with the names of their directors, and those links will take you straight to these movies and their trailers. You will be able to rent them at least most likely in America, if not in your own country. But the music and all the soundtracks from all Deepika Padukone’s movies can be enjoyed anywhere in the world through Apple Music -service here at Indivue’s now – So enjoy your musical adventure!

 

All the Deepika Padukone -films and music from the movies:

 

• 2006 – Aishwarya

 

• 2007 – Om Shanti Om

 

• 2008 – Bachna Ae Haseeno

Bachna Ae Haseeno – Siddharth Anand

 

• 2009 – Chandni Chowk to China

Chandni Chowk to China 2008 – Nikhil Advani

 

• 2009 – Love Aaj Kal

Love Aaj Kal – Imtiaz Ali

 

• 2010 – Katrhik Calling Karthik

• 2010 – Housefull

Housefull – Sajid Khan

 

• 2010 – Lafangey Parindey

Lafangey Parindey – Pradeep Sarkar

 

• 2010 – Break Ke Baad

Break Ke Baad – Danish Aslam

 

• 2010 – Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey

 

• 2011 – Aarakshan

Aarakshan – Prakash Jha

 

• 2011 – Desi Boyz

Desi Boyz – Rohit Dhawan

 

• 2012 – Cocktail

Cocktail – Homi Adajania

 

• 2013 – Race 2

 

• 2013 – Yeh Jawaani Hai Dewaani

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani – Ayan Mukerji

 

• 2013 – Chennai Express

 

• 2013 – Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela

Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela – Sanjay Leela Bhansali

 

• 2014 – Kochadaiyaan

Kochadaiiyaan: The Legend – Soundarya Rajnikanth Ashwin

 

• 2014 – Finding Fanny

 

• 2014 – Happy New Year

Happy New Year – Farah Khan

 

• 2015 – Piku

Piku – Shoojit Sircar

 

• 2015 – Tamasha

Tamasha – Imtiaz Ali

 

• 2015 – Bajirao Mastani

Bajirao Mastani – Sanjay Leela Bhansali

 

• 2017 – Hollywood-movie xXx: Return of Xander Cage

xXx: Return of Xander Cage – D.J. Caruso

 

• 2017 Padmavati

25 years of Shah Rukh Khan films and all the music from his movies

Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan has been making films for over 25 years now and he is the best known actor of Hindi cinema, outside India. Although, an interesting point to be made is that, unlike Irffhan Khan, Tabu, Amitabh Bachchan or Deepika Padukone, I don’t recall seeing Shah Rukh Khan acting in any foreign movies, outside Bollywood. Instead, nowadays Shah Rukh Khan keeps bringing Bollywood to West – Like in his latest movie Jab Harry Met Sejal Shah Rukh Khan was seen as a tour guide in Amsterdam. And we like it like that also.

Jab Harry Met Sejal, Raj Ne Bana Di Jodi, Veer-Zaara and plenty of other Shah Rukh Khan -movies and their trailers are nowadays easily available in iTunes, at least in America, UK, India and Finland. Down below I’ve linked all those movies with the names of their directors, so you can easily find and check the movies or the trailers!

But what is the best thing today is that you don’t need to travel all the way to India to find your movies, or even better – Bollywood music. Since we know that it is not only SRK who enchants you in his movies, but a lot has got to do with the great music in them, we are happy to find all the music and soundtracks of all the Shah Rukh Khan -movies from 1992 till 2017 in Apple Music -service!

Here below I’ve listed shortcuts to the latest Shah Rukh Khan -movies, from 2012-2017, and the earlier movies you will find in the links, so enjoy your musical adventure!

Check also the article The best of Shah Rukh Khan movies, in Finnish here!

All the music from all the Shah Rukh Khan -movies:

 

 

And here the third decade and the latest of Shah Rukh Khan -movies:

• 2012 – Jab Tak Hai Jaan

Find the movie and the trailer here: Jab Tak Hai Jaan – Yash Chopra

• 2013 – Chennai Express

Find the movie and the trailer here: Chennai Express – Rohit Shetty

• 2014 – Happy New Year

Find the movie and the trailer here: Happy New Year – Farah Khan

• 2015 – Dilwale

Find the movie and the trailer here: Dilwale – Rohit Shetty

• 2016 – Fan

Find the movie and the trailer here: Fan – Maneesh Sharma

• 2016 – Dear Zindagi

Find the movie and the trailer here: Dear Zindagi – Gauri Shinde

• 2017 – Raees

Find the movie and the trailer here: Raees – Rahul Dholakia

• 2017 – Tubelight (cameo appearance)
• 2017 – Jab Harry Met Sejal

Find the movie and the trailer here: Jab Harry Met Sejal – Imtiaz Ali

 

(Apple, Apple Music and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. If you buy or rent a movie from iTunes, or Apple Music service, through Indivue’s website, the maintenance will get a tiny commission.)

Travel Opus to Bollywood and Hindi movies

Travel Opus to Bollywood and Hindi movies

Travel Opus to Bollywood and Hindi cinema is one of Indivue’s web publications. It started both in Finnish and in English languages back in 2005. All the articles in that opus are related to Bollywood, Hindi cinema and Indian movies.

In 2018 this Indivue’s Travel Opus to Bollywood renews itself – It will now also guide you to listen to the excellent music from Bollywood movies!

In addition you will find plenty of good Indian (Bollywood) movies to watch. With English subtitles. All this with the guidance of Indivue’s Travel Opus to Bollywood (Fin. Matkaopus Bollywoodiin).

So let us start with the introduction to the Travel Opus to Bollywood, which is a video called a Successful landing in Mumbai (the home of Bollywood). Video, images and music by Indivue.

 

History of Indian cinema in short

 

Hindi cinema is known by the name of Bollywood, because they combined the names of Hollywood and Bombay. (Nowadays Bombay is known as Mumbai, and the commercial capital of India.)

Find more articles about Mumbai in English here and Mumbai in Finnish here.

India itself is a huge country where they speak several languages. India has over 20 official languages and the movies are produced with over 30 different languages. The biggest and most important languages are Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Marathi, Kannada, Oriya, Malayalam and Bhojpuri.

Movie itself came to India in 7th of July 1896.

The first Indian document was a wrestling match in Mumbai, Hanging Garden, in 1897.

Bollywood itself is over one hundred years old concept. The first Indian silent film Raja Harishchandra was published in 1913, like Indivue mentioned on 21st of June 2012.

Alam Ara in 1931 was the first Indian movie with a sound, and a year later came the first movie with a background music. It was called Chandidas.

The first Indian movie in the Venice Film Festival was seen in 1934. It was called Seeta and it got also the first international reward.

Famous Indian movie awards are National Film Awards, Filmfare Awards, Stardust Awards, Star screen Awards, Bollywood Movie Awards and Zee Cine Awards.

The first Indian movie with singing was Bhagya Shakra in 1935.

The first commercially successful movie in India was Chandra Lekha in 1948.

City of Mumbai, the home of Bollywood and Hindi cinema, in the horizon

City of Mumbai in the horizon

 

The Indivue Travel Opus to Bollywood in Finnish tells you about the Bollywood movie premieres also. The previous link will tell you what was happening last year, in 2017. Most of those movies have come for sale by now!

If you wish to read and see all that Indivue has written about Bollywood in Finnish in the past, then follow the preceding link. You will get to read hundreds of articles.

In 2016 Indivue wrote in Finnish an article about

The Best of Bollywood movies in 2000-2016

 

The five star movies were these:

  • Bajrangi Bhaijaan 2015 *****

  • Goliyon ki Raasleela Ram-Leela 2013 *****
  • PK 2014 *****

 

The linking music samples attached here tell you some essential names behind the music in Hindi movies, like Lata Mangehskar, Udit Narayan, Sonu Nigam, Lucky Ali, Shreya Goshal and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan.

It is good to mention that all the Bollywood movies reviewed in Indivue have been seen through Western eyeglasses. That way much of the movie experience is based on the translated English subtitles made by somebody else, which might also explain why some masterpieces in Hindi cinema do not ring the bell of the Finnish viewer. And it goes vice versa as well, of course.

It might be very interesting for an Indian to see, what do the Western people like in Bollywood.

Find the Bollywood movies and their reviews here:

 

The first Bollywood movie I saw in an Indian movie theatre was called Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, and that was in Mumbai back in 2006, and in Regal Cinema. Find the article about that movie and Regal Cinema here. Those were the poor days for bloggers, when computers were withering slow and internet connections between Europe and India were even more slower.

Some ten years later I got to see another movie in an Indian movie theatre, and that was Shamitabh,

a movie partially shot in Finland.

But dvds and blurays have always been my number one because those movies had English subtitles in them. Luckily nowadays it is easy to see Bollywood movies with English subtitles also through Apple and iTunes.

About the actresses in Hindi cinema:

The best and most well known female actresses nowadays in Bollywood are:

 

The best and most well known actors in Bollywood and Hindi cinema nowadays are:

 

Back in 2012 Indivue wrote an article Celebrating the 100 years of Bollywood movies. In that article there’s over 70 movies with English subtitles from one decade reviewed by Indivue, and nowadays this updated article comes with music, so do check it out and feel the rhythm!

The Indivue Travel Opus to Bollywood has been an author’s edition for over ten years – Nowadays what is new is that, if you decide to acquire yourself some movies or music from Apple Music and iTunes -services through the safe affiliate links in Indivue websites, Indivue will get a tiny commission, which will help this Travel Opus to Bollywood stay free for its readers in the future as well!

(Apple and Apple Music are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.)

 

Have yourself the best movie experience ever!

On the road in Amsterdam (video previews)

On the road in Amsterdam (video previews)

Are you planning to travel to Amsterdam in Netherlands?

Then you should definitely read my previous post about Amsterdam called Art and traveltips to Amsterdam.

This video here was shot in the streets of Amsterdam, and what a coincidence – Lata Mangehskar happened to be singing on the radio. She is one of the most well-known singers in Bollywood films, and it has been this way for decades.

After this short video of mine you will get to see some more YouTubevideos about Amsterdam and things related, so take a nice posture and enjoy your armchairtrip!

 

 

Back in 2014 there  was also one good Bollywood movie shot partially in Amsterdam. The movie was called Queen, and it was starring Kangana Ranaut (She has had the main role also in other nice Bollywood films like Fashion, Woh Lamhe and Tanu weds Manu). Queen was almost a four star movie according to Indivue, but the problem with that movie, like with many other Bollywood movies which have been shot in the West, like Shah Rukh Khan’s latest film Jab Harry met Sejal, was that it was giving a very one-sided view of an European lifestyle – I mean, if I was an Indian watching Bollywood-movies, I might even start to think that all that Westerners do is party, celebrate and seduce each other, one after the other. Of course that is not the case. But, coincidentally, it might even look like that in the real life in Goa and some other touristic places in India. YouTubers really need to see an effort and make more videos to show what the real life in Europe is like, isn’t it?

Anyways, this other video from Amsterdam tells you about the great painter Vincent Van Gogh. A few months back, in 2017, an animation movie about Van Gogh was released. That movie was called Loving Vincent, and the scenes were totally painted with oilcolours. One has to raise one’s hat for the huge amount of work and effort they had put for that movie. Still, I definitely do recommend you to read the great book about Vincent Van Gogh, written by Irving Stone, to get the whole picture of that artist’s life. And to remember to support the living artists as well.

 

Oheiset videot on kuvattu Amsterdamista, niin tien päältä kuin Van Goghin museolta. Löydät lisää Amsterdamiin liittyviä artikkeleita suomeksi täältä!

Travel Opus to Bollywood – Matkaopus Bollywoodiin

Ever since 2005 Indivue has been writing this unique, first of its kind, Travel Opus to Bollywood (in Finnish “Matkaopus Bollywoodiin”), telling the readers about the Bollywood movies and the stars as well as about traveling in India, both in Finnish and in English, in websites like www.indivue.blogspot.com and www.indivue.com as well as through various social media channels like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

It was only in 2013 when Bollywood movie premieres started regularly coming to some theathers in Finland. Before that Bollywood movies were only shown once a year during Love & Anarchy -film festival in Helsinki.

Nowadays Bollywood movies are even more easier to see than, lets say 10 years ago, when you had to travel all the way to India to get some. Not to mention UK.

Still, in case you’re not familiar with Bollywood or Indian cinema, it is about time you did that. But for the time being, before this opus being translated, you can

read the Travel Opus to Bollywood for free: Find Matkaopus Bollywoodiin in Finnish here!

Indivue has guided you to the best of movies and stars, so enjoy your experience, adventure, and follow Indivue’s social media channels. And do remember to invite your friends along!

If you want to see even more, read the instructions here!

TravelOpus to Bollywood in Finnish

 

Indivuen Matkaopus Bollywoodiin on vuodesta 2005 alkaen kirjoitettu, blogattu ja sometettu kokoelma artikkeleita ja arvioita parhaimmista Bollywood-elokuvista ja -näyttelijöistä sekä ylipäätään Intiasta matka- ja kuvauskohteena. Löydät teoksen suomeksi oheisesta linkistä!

Bollywood movie Fan in Finland

Shah Rukh Khan’s latest movie Fan was screened in Finland, both in Helsinki and Tampere, as you were able to read in Finnish from Indivue. In Helsinki Fan the film was screened in Kino Sheryl, which is nearly a perfect movietheatre when it comes to image, sound and comfortability. Fan itself was one of the best Shah Rukh Khan movies of all times, reaching almost to five stars in the Finnish movie review of Fan, which took us to the gates of Shah Rukh Khan, pictorially. Do check it out!

 

Update 4/2018: See Fan the movie and the trailer here now: Fan – Maneesh Sharma

Piku – Bollywood, 2015

Piku was not a touching, but rather a hilarious Bollywood movie.
 And a very realistic one, I'm afraid -
 Who can't find himself from Piku?
 Four stars out of five for this movie. ****

Find Piku the movie and the trailer here:
Piku – Shoojit Sircar

Dil Dhadakne Do – Bollywood, 2015

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This Indian Bollywood movie Dil Dhadakne Do spoke to married people and people who love dogs, in a humorous way. Pointing out gossipers. 3 stars from five for the movie #DilDhadakneDo  ***

Find the movie and the trailer with English subtitles here: Dil Dhadakne Do – Zoya Akhtar

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