10 Bollywood Movies You Must Catch Up Before You Die

10 Bollywood Movies You Must Catch Up Before You Die Hindi Article

1. ‘Damini’ 


A directorial debut of ‘Raj Kumar Santoshi’ starring 'Meenakshi Sheshadri', Sunny Deol and they even received Filmfare Awards for their roles. The themes of domestic viciousness, the legal system were well shown in the movie.

2. ‘Lagaan’


The Aamir Khan starrer movie was nominated for the top five movies intended for Oscars. It created an enormous influence on the viewers from the west.

3. ‘Mughal- E- Azam’


Directed by K Asif starring, ‘Madhubala’, ‘Prithvi Raj Kapoor’ and ‘Dilip Kumar’ in the principal cast, it portrayed the undying love of Anarkali and Mughal Prince Salim.

4. ‘Sholay’


Starring Amitabh Bachchan, ‘Dharmendra , Hema Malini, Jaya Bhaduri, Amjad Khan and Sanjeev Kumar in the main characters, it was ”the most” commercially successful film in Bollywood cinema.

5. ‘Masoom’


A directorial debut of Shekhar Kapur, that affected everyone’s sentiment, and praises to Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi. The director also gained spectacular gratitude for his original treatment of a subtle theme in his work.

6. ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’


Delivered another megastar to the Indian movies by the name of Shah Rukh Khan. The movie once over carried back the epoch of love stories and presented Indian spectators to the picturesque loveliness of Europe and India.

7. ‘Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro’ (1983)


A directorial debut of Kundan Shah, the dialogues were the key to the commercial success of this film.

8. ‘Golmaal’


The audience well appreciated Golmaal, the famous Jodi of Amol Palekar - Utpal Dutt. Amol Palekar even received an enormous lead position after its achievement. Likewise, RD Burman completed his existence in the sense with the unforgettable tune 'Aanewala pal.'

9. ‘Kahaani’


A Sujoy Ghosh's writing and direction film. The story completely grasps you and leaves you at a theatrical high. Vidya Balan is the one who pulls the audience’s attention till the end and of course applauds for her.

10. ‘Anand’


It displayed Rajesh Khanna’s acting determination. The movie was the story of an energetic individual suffering from a deadly illness, which passes each self-contained moment optimistically and transports laugh on everyone’s expression.