January 2, 2024Republic Entertainment Desk

Black, Lunchbox, Bheja Fry and other Indian films with no songs

Black: The life of American author Hellen Keller served as the inspiration for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film. It is about a blind and deaf girl and her relationship with her teacher.

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Sardar Udham: The soundtrack for this biographical picture about the real-life martyr Sardar Udham Singh is entirely instrumental, it does not include any lyrical songs.

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Trapped: Shaurya mistakenly locks himself inside his new house that has no water, food, electricity, or neighbours. However, he must struggle against all the odds to survive.

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Bhoot: There was a promotional song for Ram Gopal Varma's supernatural horror movie, but there was no narrative music.

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A Wednesday (2008): A retiring police officer reminisces about the most astounding day of his career. About a case that was never filed but continues to haunt him in his memories.

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The Lunchbox: A mistake by a tiffin carrier service results in Ila's tiffin, which was made for her husband, being delivered to Saajan Fernandes. An unusual friendship soon develops between them.

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Bheja Fry: Ranjeet invites trouble when he welcomes Bharat, an aspiring singer, to his house. However, Bharat realises the mess he has created and tries to amend things for Ranjeet.

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