Mughal-e-Azam (1960): This film produced by K Asif was the costliest film made at that time. It was an historical drama of the Mughal period when Akbar the emperor went into a conflict with his son Salim, played by Dilip Kumar over his love affair with a courtesan played by Madhubala. Dilip played the role of Prince Salim to perfection and he brought a new dimension also to the love scenes he enacted with Madhubala. His verbal clashes and deliverance of dialogue with Akbar played by Prithviraj Kapoor form a pair to be remembered for ever. Another unforgettable scene is when Dilip expresses his love for Madhubala by caressing her with a feather. Its simply lovely.