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Version of 

Pride and Prejudice (1938) (TV Movie)
Based on the same source material
Pride and Prejudice (1940)
Based on the same source material
Pride and Prejudice (1952) (TV Mini-Series)
Based on the same source material
Pride and Prejudice (1958) (TV Series)
Based on the same source material
De vier dochters Bennet (1961) (TV Mini-Series)
Based on the same source material
Pride and Prejudice (1967) (TV Series)
Based on the same source material
Pride and Prejudice (1980) (TV Mini-Series)
Based on the same source material
Pride and Prejudice (1995) (TV Mini-Series)
Based on the same source material
Bridget Jones's Diary (2001)
Based on the same source material
Pride and Prejudice (2003)
Based on the same source material
Pride & Prejudice (2005)
Based on the same source material
Lost in Austen (2008) (TV Mini-Series)
Based on the same source material
Pride & Prejudice & Zombies (2013) (Short)
Based on the same source material
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2015)
Based on the same source material
Lost in Austen
Based on the same source material

References 

Pride and Prejudice (1940)
Mr. Bakshi's joke suggesting they "should have drowned one or two [of their daughters] at birth" is from the 1940 adaptation: Mr. Bennet says, "Perhaps we should have drowned some of them at birth."
Lolita (1962)
Anne mispronounces Lalita's name - "Like the movie, right?"
Blazing Saddles (1974)
The gospel choir singing on the beach during Lalita's walk with Will directly references Bart riding past Count Basie's orchestra in the desert.
Grease (1978)
The scene with the Bakshi sisters singing "No Life Without Wife" references the scene in Marty Maraschino's bedroom with the Pink Ladies, when Rizzo sings "Look at Me I'm Sandra Dee."
Nagina (1986)
The snake dance and the music accompanying it is a reference to the film Nagina
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998)
Billboard in background
American Idol (2002) (TV Series)
At a wedding party a guest from America asks what's about to happen and is told "an Indian version of 'American Idol.'"

Referenced in 

I Want Candy (2007)
Poster seen at Video shop
The Many Lovers of Miss Jane Austen (2011) (TV Movie)
DVD cover shown in documentary

Features 

Purab Aur Pachhim (1970)
Movie running in Bollywood theatre

Featured in 

Pride and Prejudice Revisited (2005) (TV Movie)
clips are shown in documentary
Hooray for Bollywood (2013) (TV Movie)
Clips seen and discussed

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