An evening devoted to the Indian film industry starts with Nasreen Munni Kabir's film recalling great choreography from Indian cinema. Two of its leading contemporary stars - Saroj Khan and cutting-edge director Prabhu Deva - talk about their latest projects, and there are interviews with icons of the genre from over the years.
Director Vijay Anand's colourful blend of mystery, humour, romance and music, regarded as one of the defining moments in sixties Bollywood cinema. When her sister dies, Sunita (Asha Parekh) goes in search of Rocky (Shammi Kapoor), the drummer who spurned her. In the guise of his agoraphobic friend, Rocky then falls in love with the very woman who is tracking him down. In Hindi with English subtitles.
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