New Delhi: Charles Spencer Chaplin aka Charlie Chaplin is a hero of actions and is the most popular faces of the 20th century silent era. Even the Bollywood couldn't resist essaying this worldwide icon and Anurag Basu rightly depicted Chaplin's character essayed by Ranbir Kapoor in his directorial venture 'Barfi'.
Charlie Chaplin was born on April 16, 1889, at Walworth in London, United Kingdom. On his 127th birth anniversary we bring to you Chaplin's top 5 movies which will surely give a roller coaster of laughter:
Charlie Chaplin's The Kid way back in 1921 portrays 1920's poverty. Chaplin rose to fame with his Tramp character in the flick, who used to live in a shack and eat from garbage and later took care of baby abandoned by his mother.
The Great Dictator
The Great Dictator as the name suggests is a political film was based on a huge condemnation of Adolf Hitler. It did a great business financially.
The Gold Rush
In this flick the little tramp tries to search for the gold in the wintery weather of Klondike. It's one of the Chaplin's most laughable movie ever.
The movie depicted the scenario where the industrialized world had made people unemployed in the modern times. Thus portraying, The Great Depression in the modern times.
In the flick Chaplin falls in love with a blind flower girl and wants to accumulate wealth to help her get her eye sight back.