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Both are very much liked by me. Entertainment wise Lage Raho Munnabhai was a bit higher and Message wise Rang De Basanti. Message is more important so I go with RDB (one of my all time favourite movie).

answered by Production Accountant (21.8k points)
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Great Question. It's a tie for me..... 2006 was one of the best years for Bollywood

answered by Executive Producer (69.7k points)
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Rang de basanti. Sukar mere man ko was fab.

answered by anonymous
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I'll go with the highest rated Indian movie on IMDB Rang De basanti(http://www.imdb.com/search/title?languages=hi|1&title_type=feature&num_votes=10000,&sort=user_rating,desc),this link has titles with 10000+ votes only i think,so there are 46 titles which make the cut......

answered by All Time best! (267k points)
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Why People Are Intrested In Asking Difficult Questions??? This Is Really Tough To Choose...........

answered by anonymous
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answered by Second Unit Director (71.9k points)

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lage raho munna bhai..................one of my fav

answered by Camera Operator (9.7k points)
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Rang de basanti.one of the greatest ever.

answered by Location Manager (6.6k points)
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Rang De Basanti-5/5...It's one of the few movies which gets 5/5 from me..One of the best movie ever made in Bollywood
Lage Raho Munna Bhai-3.75/5
So RDB>LRMB

answered by Cinematographer (95.4k points)

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