The Indian cinema formally known as Bollywood is one of the largest producers of great films. With action, drama, comedy, dance and music, Bollywood movies are a hit and have even attracted international audience. Bollywood also ranks high when it comes to delivery of highly emotional movies. Here is a glimpse of such movies.
1. Aashiqui 2 (2013)
It is a heart-winning love story in which Rahul Jaykar, a singer fails to maintain fan following and fame due to his alcohol addiction. He meets a girl, Aarohi while drinking in a bar and gets impressed by her powerful singing and appreciates her. He promises her a successful career in singing. Meanwhile, they fall in love. Rahul tells her to quit the job of singing in a bar and come to Mumbai. The turning point in the movie is when Rahul’s addiction makes Aarohi sacrifice her career. But the end is more tragic when Aarohi’s beloved Rahul commits suicide, and Aarohi resumes her career.
2. 3 Idiots (2009)
The story revolves around three college going friends Raju, Farhan, and Rancho directed by
Rajkumar Hirani. While Raju and Farhan try to search their lost companion, Rancho, they recall their old memories by visiting the college and other places. Rancho has great intellect and expert knowledge. He falls in love with Pia, daughter of Dr. Sahastrabuddhe also called as “Virus.” At the end of the movie, he is shown as a well-known scientist and researcher named as “Phunsukh Wangdu”.
Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015)
This recently released movie directed by
Kabir Khan made all the viewers shed tears. The scene where Salman leaves Pakistan and Munni screams mama was very emotional, which made the Dabangg actor cry naturally. It had an emotional and touchy ending which made viewers cry bitterly. This movie was a combination of drama, action, comedy, and love.
Taare Zameen Par (2007)
This movie is about an eight-year-old school going boy whose parents leave him at boarding school as he is unable to perform well in academics. He fails twice in class 3rd which makes his parents worried about his future. He also bunks classes and lies to his parents. His position is declining day by day until he meets an art teacher, Ram Shankar Nikumbh, who has a different way of thinking. He discovers Ishaan’s actual problem of neurological language processing illness which affects the ability to process written and spoken information. He also helps him to search his real interest in drawing and paintings.
5. Tere Naam (2003)
Yet another movie that left us teary eyed is Tere Naam which is about a lover, Radhe Mohan played by
Salman Khan. He is a college rowdy who is haughty and aggressive. He falls madly in love with Nirjara, a college fresher, due to her innocence. She hates Salman in the beginning but later falls in love with him. Salman meets with a tragic accident which makes him mentally unstable, and is shifted to a mental asylum. After his recovery, he tries to find Nirjara but he comes to know that she is no more, as she didn’t want to get engaged with anybody except Radhe.
6. Sholay (1975)
It was a blockbuster film full of gunfights in the small village of Ramgarh. The misery in this movie is when Jai continues fighting with Gabbar and dies in the arms of Veeru. This provokes Veeru, and he thrashes Gabbar.
7. Devdas (2002)
This movie was loaded with emotions and drama. It is about a young man, Devdas who hails from a wealthy Bengali family. Devdas goes to Kolkata for higher studies and returns back during his vacations. He crazily falls in love with his childhood friend Paro. The saddest scene of the film was when Devdas dies at Paro’s doorstep on a cold wintery night. This movie is full of good dialogues and the role of Devdas is played by
Shah Rukh Khan.
8. Guzaarish (2010)
This film was produced and directed by
Sanjay Leela Bhansali. It has a character named Ethan Mascarenhas, played by
Hrithik Roshan, a wonderful magician who turns into a radio jockey of the FM station “Radio Zindagi.” He has an inclination towards ending his life as he is disabled and is unable to move his body. He has a female nurse named Sofia D’ Souza who looks after him. He pleads the court to sanction his request of giving up his life. For the same, he hires a lawyer to appeal his cause of “right to die.”On the day of verdict, his petition is rejected. Finally, Ethan dies which makes viewers cry.
9. Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (2001)
This complete drama and emotional movie directed by
Karan Johar is about a rich businessman of Delhi, Yashvardhan Raichand and his wife, Nandini. They have two sons Rahul and Rohan. Rahul was adopted by Yashvardhan, and Nandini has a strong bonding with Rahul. Yash desires Rahul to marry Naina played by Rani Mukherji but things go wrong, and the family gets separated when Rahul leaves his home as he has fallen in love with Anjali, a Punjabi girl who belongs to a lower background class and lives in Chandani Chowk. Yashvardhan refuses to accept her as daughter in law. Rahul and Anjali go to London and have no communication with his parents. His younger brother, Rohan, goes to London and decides to reunite his family.
10. Mr. India (1987)
This movie was among the highest grossing hits of that year and was directed by
Sanjay Kapoor in which an orphan, Arun, a street violinist, raises and take cares of children who are orphans too. Poor Arun is unable to arrange meals and other necessities for children. He wants a tenant to occupy his house and he meets Seema, a newspaper journalist, who resides in Arun’s house. Arun is threatened by a smuggler and terrorist named Mogambo. For achieving his goal, he needs a place to store his weapons and firearms. For the same, he likes Arun’s house and is willing to attempt anything for it. Arun receives a letter from his father’s friend called Dr. Sinha who informs him that his father has invented a gadget in the shape of wrist watch that could make people invisible. Insane Mogambo harasses the orphans and Seema to find the truth behind Mr. India. In the end, Arun thwarts all his plans, and his real identity remains a secret.