Longest Indian Films
Hindi cinema, often known as Bollywood and formerly as Bombay cinema, is the Indian Hindi-language film industry based in Mumbai (formerly Bombay). The term is a portmanteau of “Bombay” and “Hollywood”. The industry is related to Cinema of South India and other Indian film industries, making up Indian Cinema—the world’s largest by number of feature films produced.
This is a list of the longest films in India by running time.
00:22 № 16. Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna (2006)
3h, 35m ▷ Director: Karan Johar
00:42 № 15-1. Mohabbatein (2000)
3h, 36m ▷ Directors: Aditya Chopra
01:02 № 15-2 Salaam-e-Ishq (2007)
3h, 36m ▷ Directors: Nikhil Advani
01:25 № 14. Aryamala (1941)
3h, 38m ▷ Directors: Bomman Irani
01:46 № 13. Parthiban Kanavu (1960)
3h, 39m ▷ Directors: D. Yoganand
02:08 № 12. Nadodi Mannan (1958)
3h, 40m ▷ Directors: M. G. Ramachandran
02:31 № 11. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero (2004)
3h, 42m ▷ Director: Shyam Benegal
02:50 № 10. Khatarnaak (1990)
3h, 43m ▷ Director: Bharat Rangachary
03:11 № 9. Lagaan (2001)
3h, 44m ▷ Director: Ashutosh Gowariker
03:30 № 8. Daana Veera Soora Karna (1977)
3h, 46m ▷ Director: N. T. Rama Rao
03:56 № 7. Hum Saath Saath Hain (1999)
3h, 48m ▷ Director: Sooraj Barjatya
04:20 № 6. Sangam (1964)
3h, 58m ▷ Director: Raj Kapoor
04:39 № 5. Mera Naam Joker (1970)
4h, 4m ▷ Director: Raj Kapoor
05:00 № 4. LOC Kargil (2003)
4h, 15m ▷ Director: J.P. Dutta
05:22 № 3. Dhavamai Dhavamirundhu (2005)
4h, 35m ▷ Director: Cheran
05:44 № 2. Tamas (1987)
4h, 58m ▷ Director: Govind Nihalani
06:08 № 1. Gangs of Wasseypur (2012)
5h, 19m ▷ Director: A. Kashyap
Alfred Hitchcock; The length of a film should be directly related to the endurance of the human bladder.
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Film City is an integrated film studio complex situated near Sanjay Gandhi National Park at Goregaon East, Mumbai in India. It has several recording rooms, gardens, lakes, theaters and grounds that serve as the venue of many Bollywood film shootings. It was built in 1977 by the state government to provide facilities and concessions to the film industry. The plan for Film City was prepared and executed under the guidance of V. Shantaram. It was renamed Dadasaheb Phalke Chitra Nagari in 2001 in memory of India’s first producer-director-screenwriter Dadasaheb Phalke, who is considered father of Indian film industry. It has been the shooting location for almost all Bollywood films. It has all types of location available for shooting including a temple, prison, court, lake, mountains, fountains, villages, picnic spots, garden and even a man-made waterfall.
Film City spans across more than 520 acres land in the suburbs of Mumbai.
Film city has approximately 42 Outdoor Shooting Locations & 16 studios of various sizes