8 Mile (2002) is Available in Hindi Dubbed

 "8 Mile" is a 2002 drama film directed by Curtis Hanson and starring Eminem, making his acting debut, alongside Mekhi Phifer, Brittany Murphy, and Kim Basinger. 

The movie is loosely based on Eminem's own life growing up in Detroit, Michigan. It follows the story of Jimmy "B-Rabbit" Smith Jr. (played by Eminem), a young and struggling rapper trying to make a name for himself in the competitive hip-hop scene of Detroit's underground rap battles.

Released on November 8, 2002, "8 Mile" received widespread critical acclaim and was a commercial success, grossing over $242 million worldwide. Eminem's performance was particularly praised, earning him critical acclaim and an Academy Award for Best Original Song for the film's iconic theme song "Lose Yourself."

Thematically, "8 Mile" explores issues of poverty, race, and self-discovery. The film delves into the struggles and aspirations of its characters as they navigate the challenges of urban life and pursue their dreams against all odds. Through its raw and authentic portrayal of Detroit's hip-hop culture, "8 Mile" resonated with audiences worldwide and cemented Eminem's status as a cultural icon.

Beyond its commercial success, "8 Mile" has left a lasting impact on popular culture and is regarded as one of the defining films of the early 2000s. Its powerful storytelling, memorable performances, and gritty realism continue to captivate audiences, making it a timeless classic in the hip-hop genre.