One of the world’s most famous Bollywood movies, Mangalore, has made its way to the top of Google’s Hindi language list.
Google’s algorithm has given the film a rating of 1.5 stars out of 5.
Mangalore has been the subject of much debate and debate about the film’s politics, its portrayal of Hinduism, and its depiction of caste and religion.
“Mangalyan” is a movie set in the medieval city of Mangalore in Karnataka, which was once the epicenter of the Indian Empire and is now a city of about 500,000 people.
It tells the story of the exploits of an Indian soldier who fights for the city and its inhabitants in the late 18th century.
The film was released in the US and UK last year, and has received rave reviews for its portrayal that of a city in decay.
In an interview with the Washington Post, Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan said he had “great respect” for the film and its makers, and he hoped that it would be taken up by Indian audiences.
“This is a film about Mangalore,” Khan said.
“This is the greatest Indian city in history.
I hope it will be played in Hindi, it is one of the great Indian movies of all times.
Khan’s comment has been met with mixed responses from critics, with many saying the film was problematic for its depiction of Hinduism.
Mangala is set in a fictionalised version of Mangaluru that is set within the city’s medieval period.
While there are many similarities between the city of Karnataka and Mangalore – both are medieval and have a Hindu majority – the story has been contested by the Indian government and the film itself.
During the reign of the Mughal emperor, Mangalurm, Mangaly was a city ruled by a Muslim ruler called Umar Khan.
After the Muslim conquest of the city in 1636, the Middah of Mangaly, the capital, was destroyed by Hindu soldiers, prompting Muslims to take over the city.
Some historians believe that the destruction of Mangala was part of a plan to wipe out Hinduism and establish a caliphate in the Indian subcontinent.
Over the years, it has been speculated that the city was rebuilt as a Hindu stronghold in the 15th and 16th centuries, and was rebuilt in the 18th and 19th centuries to be the backdrop of a popular movie called The Middi of Mangalia, which depicts the city during the period.