TOP 10 BOLLYWOOD MOVIES ABOUT WEALTHY LIFESTYLE
There are many ways that movies can affect and inspire us. Once we leave the theatre, we feel like an entirely different person. However, watching films about the opulent lifestyle of the wealthy is one of the most significant groups. When we watch these movies, we start to worry about our own finances and wish that travelling to Spain might be as simple as it is in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.
Bravo to Pernia Qureshi, a stylist, and Kunal Rawal, a costume designer, for giving desi cinema a completely new image. It's quite challenging to bring the aesthetics of an Austen novel to the big screen, yet auteur director Ang Lee accomplished this feat with Sense and Sensibility. Aisha, a film by Rajshree Ojha and Rhea Kapoor, is charming for a variety of reasons.
2. Zindagi Na Melegi Dobaara
A movie that you can relate to personally is Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. Given how realistic the characters are, it is simple to relate to one of them. It's very simple to relate to and identify yourself with their thoughts, feelings, humour, and reminiscences of the times they spent together in the past. It's commendable that Zoya Akhtar steered clear of dramatisation and clichés in her films.
Shaandaar, directed by Vikas Bahl, is marketed as the first destination wedding movie in India, although it relies more on the youthful attractiveness of its leading actors than it does on a well-written script. Sometimes it poses as bringing up a problem, but then avoids addressing it. Let me explain the movie's core concept, which misidentifies Sindhis as a group of greedy devils.
4. Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham
It must have been a Herculean effort to put together such a massive star ensemble. The utmost appreciation should be reserved for explaining each character. Karan Johar demonstrates with KABHI KHUSHI KABHIE GHAM that KUCH KUCH HOTA HAI was not a passing fad. The young director reaffirms his position as the star of the film industry with KABHI KHUSHI KABHIE GHAM.
5. Dil Dhadakne Do
In the movie Dil Dhadakne Do, a group of extremely wealthy people travel abroad in search of themselves and engage in some thumb wrestling along the way. This can come off as cheesy rather than sincere. It undoubtedly did in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, the filmmaker Zoya Akhtar's most recent film, which felt like the Bollywood embodiment of First World Problems. Being from the third world, it was challenging to care about the characters in the movie.
The Princess Diaries wasted too much time developing the concept of a harsh prince falling for a misfit. However, this time the guy is dapperly dressed and the female is a commoner right out of Elle Men. He is ravishingly handsome, gallant, and calculating. She embodies everything that makes a misfit—emotional, impulsive, clumsy, etc.—misfit. As a result, opposites do attract.
7. Race 3
Remo accurately imitated the Race formula, but he overlooked the fact that it is not just about attractive automobiles and exciting action scenes. Race's first two episodes featured good stories, thus the execution was good. There are firearms and missile launchers in Race 3, which is without a doubt a very tastefully shot movie. Unfortunately, there is no plot.
Dharam, a homophobic straight kid from Delhi who slut-shames girls, believes homosexuals will sleep with him, and who takes offence at the lack of regret a girl feels after breaking up with him, is every feminist's worst nightmare. Only Singh could have played this role without coming off as annoying. He's entertaining to watch as a change of pace from his dramatic Bajirao character, but to be honest, he's comfortable in this environment.
9. Student Of The Year 2
Arshad Sayed may not have put much effort into his working department because he knew the story of the movie would have a high production value, have a few attractive actors, and feature some popular tik-tok songs. The script is so boring that there isn't a single element to cut. It has nothing to say, and what it does say is poorly.
10. Judwaa 2
Everyone is aware that Judwaa 2, which stars Salman Khan, is an official remake of the original film. Like its predecessor, Judwaa 2 adheres to the tried-and-true twin kid formula, in which the children are split up at birth and remain apart until circumstances force them to come face to face. There isn't much in Judwaa 2 that doesn't make you think of Judwaa.