S.S. Rajamouli


Voted for

Forrest Gump1994Robert Zemeckis
Maya Bazaar1957K.V. Reddy
Raiders of the Lost Ark1981Steven Spielberg
Kung Fu Panda2008John Stevenson, Mark Osborne
Aladdin1992John Musker, Ron Clements
Braveheart1995Mel Gibson
Apocalypto2006Mel Gibson
Ben-Hur1959William Wyler
Django Unchained2012Quentin Tarantino
The Lion King1994Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff


Forrest Gump

1994 USA

This exercise in heart-touching perfectly blends love, pain & agony and inspires the audience to not give up when life throws curveballs.

Maya Bazaar


Mayabazar's technical marvels and visual effects are praiseworthy. It's a timeless classic! I remember watching it 100 times as a child.

Raiders of the Lost Ark

1981 USA

Indiana Jones is unapologetically true to himself and a true-blue hero. He has a captivating character arc as well. The film revolutionised the adventure genre.

Kung Fu Panda

2008 USA

Kung Fu Panda teaches life lessons in a humorous and relatable way. It inspires audiences to pursue soul-searching and makes the viewer feel better as well!


1992 USA

Aladdin is a film that will never get old! I love how the film creates a world of its own and uses magic and other elements to narrate its story. More importantly, the audience buys into it as well!


1995 USA

Braveheart is a clever film that brilliantly alludes to historical events. It beautifully integrates human emotions amid social and political drama.


2006 USA

One of my favourite movies of all time. Everything about the film is perfect! Its engaging and intriguing storyline captivates the audience from start to finish.


1959 USA

A classic example of out-and-out entertainment! It's a grand spectacle that neatly blends action and drama and keeps the audience engaged from start to finish.

Django Unchained

2012 USA

I've always loved Quentin Tarantino's films. Django Unchained is a bold masterpiece with a raw screenplay.

The Lion King

1994 USA

The Lion King is arguably the most popular and loved animated film in the history of cinema! It gets the audience, children AND adults, dancing, laughing and crying. The film's iconic dialogues are now common lingo. It's become a part of our culture.