Regarded as one of Bollywood’s epic films, Sholay (1975) is an action-adventure story that follows two criminals, Jai and Veeru, hired by the village head, Thakur, to capture a merciless bandit named Gabbar Singh. Following the presentation of the film, Tripthi Pillai, associate professor of English, will lead a discussion of the film’s cinematic style and cultural significance. The event will be held on September 20th at 5 p.m. in the Coastal Theater of the Lib Jackson Studio Union at Coastal Carolina University. Free. Part of Coastal Carolina University’s Department of English and Edwards Film Series.