India

Bajirao Mastani (1925)
Maratha Empire (1674–1818)
Prime minister Baji Rao I (1719-17400) to the Maratha Empire; extended the empire
Ghashiram Kotwal (1976)
Maratha Empire (1674–1818)
Story of Nanasaheb Phadnavis, the prime minister and real power of the Peshwa Maharaja, 1773-1797
Sri Krishna Deva Raya (1969)
Vijayanagara Empire (1336-1660)
Krishnadevaraya (1509-1529); most famous king of Vijayanagara Empire, presided over the empire at zenith
Urumi (2011)
Vijayanagara Empire (1336-1660)
Fictional story about a young Indian who tried to kill Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama, around 1497-1502
Joymati (1935)
Vijayanagara Empire (1336-1660)
In 17th century an Ahom princess is killed for refusing to betray her husband; film calls for cooperation between hills and plains people; reign of Ahom Dynasty (1228–1826) in Assam
Khalsa (1999)
Vijayanagara Empire (1336-1660)
Khalsa (Punjabi for "Pure") all baptized Sikhs; founding of the religion & Sikh history
Anokhe Amar Shaheed Baba Deep Singh Ji (2006)
Vijayanagara Empire (1336-1660)
Based on Sikh history
Humayun (1945)
The Mughal Period (1526-1757)
Mughal emperor Humayun (1530-1539), son of emperor Babar
Jodhaa Akbar (2008)
The Mughal Period (1526-1757)
Akbar the Great (ruled 1556-1619) and his Hindu wife Jodhabai
Mughal-e-Azam (1960)
The Mughal Period (1526-1757)
16th century war between crown prince Saleem and his father, the great Moghul emperor Akbar (1556-1605), over a beautiful court dancer named Anarkali
Anarkali (1953)
The Mughal Period (1526-1757)
Shahenshah Jalaudin Akbar, grandson of Babbar and son of Humayun, rules Hindustan justly, but has big problems with a rebellious son in love with the gypsy Anarkali
Akbar Saleem Anarkali (1978)
The Mughal Period (1526-1757)
Story of Arnakali and Saleem
Noor Jahan (1931)
The Mughal Period (1526-1757)
A Mughal empress (1577-1645), 20th and favorite wife of Emperor Jehangir (1605-27)
Taj Mahal (2005)
The Mughal Period (1526-1757)
Moghul ruler Shah Jahan (1628-1658) builds a monument to eternal love in honor of his deceased wife
Taj Mahal: A Monument of Love (2003)
The Mughal Period (1526-1757)
Moghul ruler Shah Jahan (1628-1658) builds a monument to eternal love in honor of his deceased wife
Ranadheera Kanteerava (1960)
The Mughal Period (1526-1757)
Mysore kingdom was a golden age in Kannada .literature; Mysore royalty’s intrigues & Kannada national chauvinism; King Ranadheera Kanteerava Narasaraja Wodeyar (1638-1659), a devotee of music and literature