The Oscars are the biggest entertainment event in India and there’s no doubt it will be a spectacle to behold.
The country has been on a diet of the Oscars for a decade, and even today there’s plenty of people watching the show in theaters, bars, cafes and even the homes of the wealthy and famous.
But, while the Oscars have become one of the most important events in the world, Indian moviegoers are a little less lucky when it comes to watching the event in its native language.
There’s no English-language film adaptation of the award ceremony, and you have to do it in Hindi.
The Oscars has become a national holiday in India, and the festival of films was officially launched in 2017.
It’s a shame, because Indian filmgoers have seen movies in English that are so good, and so many of them.
Here are 10 of the best films in Hindi that you need to see if you’re interested in seeing the Oscars live in your own language.
Paprika: The film by Nandita Dasgupta is a perfect representation of the beauty and wonder of life.
The plot is centered around the family of a family, and while it’s very melodramatic, the film’s characters are really human and relatable.
There are plenty of memorable moments in the film, and its characters are real people who deserve a second chance at life.
The film is based on the real-life story of a young girl, Poonam (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan), who has the misfortune of being orphaned at a young age and growing up without a father.
The film follows her as she struggles to find her identity and identity as a woman.
The director Nandit Dasgupti created a beautiful film that is rooted in real stories.
Oscar: The Girl Who Played with Fire, by Anupam Kher A film about the life of one woman who lived her whole life as a child.
A film that tells the story of the birth of a woman in the 1970s.
It was written by Nandan Nilekani, who is a leading actor and director of a movie titled Manu (The Man), which premiered at the Golden Globes this year.
It is the story about a woman named Chitra, who lost her husband at a very young age, and was raised by her mother.
She is very shy, and she doesn’t like the attention.
Her mother was the first person to make her wear a mask when she was born, and as a result, she was often ostracized by her peers.
She grew up in a household where there was no other option, and in the years after her husband’s death, she started working as a domestic helper.
When her daughter was born in 1979, she became the first woman to be given the name Chitla, which is a traditional name for a woman from a village.
Ivana Kuchibhotla, a woman whose story is a tragic one.
The story of an Indian actress named Ivana Kuchiba who was kidnapped and raped by her boyfriend.
She went through a lot in her life, including her marriage, divorce, and her childless life.
After her marriage ended, she took up acting and worked as a housemaid in the local city of Ahmedabad.
She never had the chance to fulfil her dreams of becoming a filmmaker and actress.
She took up her passion to pursue her dreams, and now she is working as an actress, which has made her famous in India.
Mangla: A movie about a man who becomes a father to his child and who becomes estranged from his family.
The movie revolves around the life and death of a man named Chishol.
It tells the life story of how a man can be separated from his mother and a father can become estranged from a child that he has raised.
The cast includes Amitabh Bachchan, Anupum Adhikari, Shreya Kumar, and Anushka Sharma.
It’s a film that has the potential to make audiences believe that it has the capacity to do a lot more than the Oscar nominations.
The star of the film is Amitabhi and he is one of those great actors who is known for his acting ability.
It won Best Actor at the Best Foreign Language Film awards and it is one the best foreign language films to be nominated for.
Virum: The Story of a Girl, by Prabhupan Das The story about an Indian girl who lives with her parents and her father in a remote village.
It focuses on the life experience of the girl and how she struggles with her mother’s illness.
It also follows the lives of the villagers, including the relationship between the mother and the daughter.
The family is in the process of moving to the big city, and this is a major reason for the family to change.
It centers on the journey of the mother, the father, and their children. Gaya