Indian cinema is often misjudged in terms of its style of the film. Most foreigners conclude that Indian movies are tied in with music, dancing, and a family drama. Oh, my dear foreigners, they have a lot to offer.
For that, I recorded a few fundamentally acclaimed movies from the long list of Indian cinema:
1. Rang De Basanti
Six aimless youngsters are drawn closer by a film-maker who needs to create a film on Indian freedom fighters which leads them to revive the long-forgotten adventure of independence.
2. Three Idiots
An award-winning comedy-drama movie. A tale of resistance, persistence, and self-discovery. One of the most noteworthy earning Indian film.
A sensible debut film by Ritesh Batra. A strange fellowship creates when the dabbawala(tiffin transporter) exchanges Ila and Saajan Fernandes lunchbox.
A Shahrukh Khan film with critical acclaim. An NRI that returned to his homeland and helped his people overcome the day-to-day crisis.
Parched may be a delicate but exceptionally watchable female-driven film which investigates the lives of rural women who live in a sexually quelled, man-centric & offensive society. The film investigates their disappointments over not having typical lives and the craving to live on their standing.
6. The Blue Umbrella
The Blue Umbrella is an enchanting story, yet it is also an impressive film, investigating different subjects of rapacity, rejection, innocence, and misfortune. The music and the acting are extraordinary focuses, which goes for the film.
This one may be a biopic of an un-ordinary folk artist but also a really tragic one, where he has got to experience the anguish of social expulsion, steady mortification and nerve-racking acts of brutality. A perfect case of how cinema is made and what its makes of it.
Can a solitary film give every one of us such a large message, a few so generally that it contacts we all as Human creatures? It’s a dark, intricate, hard-hitting film, which is set over the captivating Banaras and the magnificent Ganges; circling around the life of normal people.
9. Dil Chahta Hai
Wanted to know about the young Indians, watch this movie. It’s been almost two decades since this film’s release and it still feels fresh. This movie depicts the young in India, the flux they experience, their affection lives and a large portion of all, companionship.
Udaan actually signifies ‘to fly’. This film is about dreams and what happens when dreams enable you to fly. It is a simple, practical, captivating, compelling, and profoundly moving film.
11. Ek Hasina Thi
Vengeance, sweet vengeance. This film is all about vengeance. A crime-drama film which tells the tale of a woman who fell in love with a charming man who deceived her for his crimes in the underworld. Be that as it may, now she’s ready for her sweet vengeance.
Kashmir, 786, and a little boy. 786 is a holy number and believing in that the little boy dialed that number. The movie takes the turn when the dialed number was answered.
13. Bombay Rose
A romantic-drama animation film, set on the busy streets of Mumbai. “Bombay Rose” shows another facet of India where we can see a few adore stories within the setting of an expressive enlivened film.
14. Bulbul Can Sing
Young, cherish, mystery, blended with enthusiasm and thoughtless belief yet talks about endurance and freedom.
What can I say? It’s an honest and brutal portrayal of women in Police. A slow-burning drama film on the women Police and gender issues in India.
16. Salam Bombay
I’m sure you must have heard about this film. One of the finest film ever produced by Indian Cinema. Chaipu, a youth tossed in the city of Bombay, and his battle to keep everything together.
Performances, narration, story you name it and it’s going to be in this movie. What’s exceptional about the film is its realism.
18. Rocket Singh – Salesman of the year
If you think Bollywood done with a good script and original stories think again, Rocket Singh going to change your thought. All I can say about this movie is ‘Rocket Singh Rocks’.
19. Ankhon Dekhi
Sanjay Mishra’s modern-day fairy tale that makes you proud of Indian Cinema. Sanjay Mishra received Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor for his incredible performance.
20. Mr and Mrs Iyer
Sincere, deeply moving, a provocative and shrewd film. “Mr and Mrs Iyer” is not your traditional movie, it’s somewhat short, has no songs, no stars and is fairly unobtrusive. However, it really works on so many levels.
Wait, that’s not all. Here’s few more. Why? Well, who doesn’t like extra cheese 🙂