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Facts About Bollywood Films That Most of Us Still Don’t Know

Facts About Bollywood Films:

Bollywood is part of our lives. No matter what the situation is, we have a dialogue ready for it. It shows how much Bollywood is ingrained in our system. People like us, who give uncountable Bollywood movie recommendations to friends and family, we would love to discuss some facts about our favorite Bollywood movies.

Let’s have a look, and tell us which ones you already knew.

 1. Tamasha 

 Imtiaz Ali’s Tamasha is a thought-provoking film. The scene between Deepika and Ranbir before the song Agar tum Saath ho was improvised! Yes, that’s right. None of it was written and included in the script. Also, Agar Tum Saath Ho was the fourth song A.R.Rahman composed for the same situation. It makes us fall in love with the song all over again. 

 2. Kal Ho Naa Ho

 Everyone’s favorite, Kal Ho Naa Ho, is the best SRK movie ever. It will make you cry like a baby! You’ll be amazed to know that SRK’s kids haven’t seen the ending of this film. Karan Johar made a special edit where his character, Aman flies away.

 3. Black

Movies Introduced us to Illnesses

 The salt used as snow in the movie Black looked so real that even the residents of Shimla were convinced and thought it was snow. 

 4. 3 Idiots 

 3 Idiots is one of the best Bollywood movies ever. Throughout the movie, Aamir Khan’s character never stands still. He is always seen swaying in one direction. 

 5. Koi Mil Gaya

 Rakesh Roshan’s Koi Mill Gya had two endings initially. One of them was finalized, and it was a happy ending. The other one was not so happy. In that Jaadu takes away the powers of Rohit and leaves him shattered. Just imagine!

 6. Om Shanti Om

 Farah Khan was pregnant at the time of the shooting of the song Dard-E-Disco. She puked every time SRK removed his shirt.

 7. Lagaan

 The first-ever cut of the movie Lagaan was 7.5 hours long! Woah!!

 8. Dil Chahta Hai

 Dil Chahta Hai director Farhan Akhtar wrote the script for this movie in English. It took him two months to re-write the script in Hindi.

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