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    We pick top ten movies of our choice. Interestingly, six out of the ten are directed by first time directors, which makes us feel more optimistic about the future of Bollywood films.

    Directed by a debutante director, Abhishek Chaubey, 'Ishqiya' talks of terrific performances by lead actors Arshad Warsi, Vidya Balan and Naseeruddin Shah, great writing and fantastic direction.And of course, brilliant music by Vishal Bharadwaj (who's also the producer of the film), all this makes 'Ishqiya' what it is.

    Peepli Live
    Another brilliant directorial debut. Produced by Aamir Khan and directed by ex-journalist Anusha Rizvi, 'Peepli Live' deals with farmer suicide casesin a satirical and witty way. The film, deservedly is India's entry into Oscars this year.

    Produced by Anurag Kashyap this sensitive film had Vikramaditya Motwane making his debut direction. 'Udaan' speaks about a lonely teenager's traumatic life as his father and he deal with their clash of personalities. The best part of the film, apart from direction and story are the poems as part of dialogues.

    Love Sex aur Dhokha
    A film directed by Dibakar Bannerjee, it has 3 stories talking about serious issues like honour killings, MMS scandals and sting operations. Released in March, 'LSD' stood out for its quirky direction and close to life plot.

    Prakash Jha's gritty film showing the ugly underbelly of politics, is loosely inspired from the epic Mahabharatha. A star studded film, 'Raajneeti' triumphs because of its fast paced story narration and some amazing performances by the likes of Manoj Bajpai ,Ranbir kapoor,Katrina kaif and Nana Patekar.

    A mega budget movie, 'Robot' can easily be called the most exciting film of the year. A super duper success, 'Robot' stands on the able shoulders of the mega star Rajinikanth. Aishwarya provides the glamour. There was another star in the film, the breath-taking special effects.

    Well Done Abba
    A political satire, this simple and beautiful film is directed by veteran director Shyam Benegal. Touching performances by Boman Irani and Minissha Lamba

    The best thing about this film produced by Arbaaz Khan is that it has no pretensions. Totally masala and not apologetic about it, 'Dabangg' belongs to Salman Khan. Salman has breathed life into the character of a corrupt police inspector Chulbul Pandey. The film is directed by first time director Abhinav Kashyap.

    Tere Bin Laden
    A satirical comedy, 'Tere Bin Laden' talks about US's paranoia for anything Islamic post 9x11. A debut direction by Abhishek Sharma.

    This film by Sanjay Leela Bhasali might have received a lot of criticism, but it had to be a part of top ten for the sheer beauty, music and an absolutely fantastic performance by Hrithik Roshan.
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