9 famous Indian movies that took a lot of time to create

"Shree 420" (1955):

Directed by Raj Kapoor, "Shree 420" is a timeless classic from the 1950s. It contributed to the excellence of cinema during that era.

"Awara" (1951): 

Awara" is a classic film from the 1950s directed by Raj Kapoor. It had a significant impact on Indian cinema and reflected the challenges of that time.

"Do Bigha Zamin" (1953):

This movie is known for its social commentary and had a significant influence on the film industry in the 1950s. It carries a poignant message.

"Rocketry":

"Rocketry: The Nambi Effect" (Upcoming): This film is R Madhavan's directorial debut. It tells the story of scientist Nambi Narayanan. Although it has faced delays, it promises to have an engaging narrative.

"RRR"

RRR" is a highly anticipated film by director SS Rajamouli. It combines grandeur, visual effects, and a star-studded cast, making it one of the most anticipated movies.

"Robot" (2010):

 "Robot" is a science fiction spectacle starring Rajinikanth. It used advanced technology and took a lot of time to create the special effects.

"Pakeezah" (1972):

This classic film had a lengthy production process. It was delayed partly because of personal issues faced by its leading lady, Meena Kumari, which added complexity to its making.

"Mughal-e-Azam" (1960):

This movie is considered a masterpiece. It took several years to make because of its detailed sets and extravagant costumes, which have made it iconic.

"Brahmastra"

This film, directed by Ayan Mukerji, has been in production for a long time. It is expected to be a game-changer, with impressive visual effects and a captivating story.

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