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Top Bollywood Movies to Watch

Author: Neha Ravish
by Neha Ravish
Posted: Dec 09, 2020
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when we talk about Bollywood, a lot of faces come in our mind. And a lot of movies too. Today we are going to Discuss the top Bollywood movies of all time. You can find these movies online anywhere. You can download movies and subtitles separately too.

Thappad

Thappad is shaping up to be the must-see Bollywood movie of 2020. The gripping social drama confronts the patriarchy, and what happens when a woman refuses to submit to it. Amrita's (Taapsee Pannu) world and sense of self crumbles after her husband Vikram (Pavail Gulati) slaps her at a party, in front of their family and friends.

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge played in a famous Mumbai theater for 1,200 weeks, or approximately 23 years. That means that more than one generation grew up watching the love story. Called the ultimate Bollywood rom-com, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge is about a young man and woman who meet while inter-railing in Europe. The movie catapulted Shah Rukh Khan to fame.

Queen

If you're looking for an empowered heroine to root for, look no further. Queen is the story of a 24-year-old woman (Kangana Ranau) who, upon being dumped by her fiancé, goes on a honeymoon by herself. The 2014 feel-good movie is about a love affair, of sorts—between a woman and the big world.

Bombay

Take a history lesson with this 1995 movie about the 1992 Bombay riots, a dark moment in India's history. The melodrama follows a Hindu man and his Muslim bride in a city being torn apart by religious violence. Technically, the blockbuster was made in Tamil, and dubbed in Hindi.

Ankur

The first film by acclaimed director Shyam Benegal, Ankur is a work of India's art house cinema—also called "parallel cinema." It's about Surya (Anant Nag), son of a landlord, who is drawn to a servant, Lakshmi (Shabana Azmi), and then abandons her after she becomes pregnant. The movie is grounded within a complicated web of power and social issues; and often provides an indictment of society itself.

Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

If there was a film that defined friendship and wanderlust for the millennial generation, it would have to be Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. This film is a testament to Zoya's powerful storytelling. Because despite a topic as common (though timeless) as friendship, she managed to deliver a film that was refreshing and relatable in all the right ways. And of course, there was bagwati!

Gangs of Wasseypur 1 and 2

If Satya was Bollywood's introduction to gangster movies, Gangs of Wasseypur was the explosive rebirth of it. It was a violent tale of revenge and betrayal, spread across two films and some truly iconic characters (Perpendicular). From the colloquial dialogues to the regional music, Gangs of Wasseypur redefined the gangster era.

Masaan

A film of debutants (debut writer, debut director, and debut actor) that served a lesson in seasoned, evocative storytelling - that's what Masaan was. The film's take on Indian society's parochial set-up-- stripped bare of romanticism--left a deep impact on your psyche. The film is also one of Hindi film industry's rare forays into exploring the multifaceted side of grief. Because grief is rarely, if ever, just contained (or expressed) through tears alone.

Andhadhun

Sriram Raghavan's thriller was a clever, clever film, right from its title to its intriguing end. Apart from presenting our favourite boy-next-door actor in a whole new avatar, the film also served as a reminder of Tabu's brand of layered performance. From the cinematography to scriptwriting, to editing, and the background score, this was a film that revived our dying faith in good Hindi-language thrillers.

Tumbbad

At a time when Hindi cinema seems to be reaching a saturation point with period dramas, Tumbbad managed to still weave a novel story. And it was also an intelligently scripted horror, that didn't just rely on predictable jump scares, but actually worked on unpredictable plot reveals.

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