21. Veer-Zaara (2004) — I am running out of Bollywood! Help! Watched this the day before, but wanted some time to digest the proceedings. On the surface, this seems like a typical Yash Chopra movie, with the de rigeur styles of entrances, exits and even love. I think its quality lies in the details, the lovingly rendered, subtly presented details of lives led by sundered souls, on the individual and national scale. Just how much of it is based in reality, I have no idea, but romanticising something can make you reach towards a better truth than you have now. What can movies do to change the world?