TOP 10 Bollywood Movies That Highlighted Indian Culture Beautifully

TOP 10 Bollywood Movies That Highlighted Indian Culture Beautifully  Hindi Article

Paintings, music, poetry, and even films all serve as reflections of life in many ways. Films have a wider audience than any other available art form. Movie makers have been engrossing audiences and imparting knowledge for a long time by utilising human emotions. Bollywood, the country's film industry, has been active in this area, creating movie scripts that highlight India's rich cultural heritage. Everyone can see how beautiful Indian culture is, but this is especially true of outsiders and foreigners.

1. Rang De Basanti Click to look into! >> Read More... Rang De Basanti

The best part about Rang De Basanti is how it manages to remain serious without sacrificing its sense of humour. The acting is top-notch, and the banter is electrifying. Aamir is, as always, outstanding in his dual roles as DJ and university grad, but Sharman Joshi Sharman Joshi was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra to a >> Read More... Sharman Joshi and Siddharth are also deserving of praise. All of them, especially Soha Ali Khan Soha Ali Khan was born into a royal family. She is >> Read More... Soha Ali Khan , deserve a hearty round of applause.


2. Bajirao Mastani Click to look into! >> Read More... Bajirao Mastani

The plot of Bajirao Mastani unfolds like an operatic, swooning, maniacal love poem. It is also Sanjay's dedication to Mughal-e-Azam, one of the finest love stories in Indian film. Statesmanship obstructs lofty desire once more. An uncontrollable emotion brings down a valiant, battle-scarred leader. Bhansali immediately immerses you in Bajirao's narrative; even before the opening titles, his prowess as a warrior and cunning politician have been established.

3. Pk

An ideology as well as a movie, PK. It borrows the well-known "stranded alien" idea from movies like ET, but it presents the story from both the human narrator and the lonely alien's perspectives, at times resembling the charming tale The Little Prince. With the alien's desperation as a starting point, PK depicts the anxieties and fabrications people construct around religion. PK is confused about who to pray to and how to do it when he decides to pray for his remote.


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International standards are met for cinematography. The skill of Kiran Deohan is immediately apparent in scene one. By skillfully capturing the grand sena to the passionate intimacy, he simply sweeps you off your feet. A.R. Rehman's music is ideal classic fare. Khwaja Divinely pure is Mere Khwaja, and Jashn-e-bahara is a lovely love song. Every song is a timeless classic with exquisite choreography and imagery.


5. Hindi Medium Click to look into! >> Read More... Hindi Medium

Zeenat Lakhani Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Zeenat Lakhani does well when she disguises a serious message with humour and comedy. The movie is very entertaining, but it is also a perfect representation of Indian society because it demonstrates how difficult it is for parents to enrol their children in reputable schools, how they live in constant fear of failing and of falling behind their peers, and how education has shockingly developed into a booming industry in the nation.


6. Lagaan

Although "Lagaan" is set during the British era of control in India, it lacks the sentimentality toward the defunct empire that permeates both English and American movies about the time. The film's writer and director, , depicts the British Army as ruthless rulers who shamelessly pit the local rajahs against one another while extorting protection money from them all.


7. Masaan Click to look into! >> Read More... Masaan

"Masaan" simultaneously relates two stories about a young girl whose romantic adventure becomes disastrous for both her and her father. She struggles to make blackmail payments on time and battles social embarrassment while she pursues an independent career. At a cremation ghat in Benaras, her father manages a little store selling items for last rites.


8. Swades

Even though the film's director, Ashutosh Gowariker, may have chosen a subject that interests him, expecting the audience to share his enthusiasm is unrealistic. Even the narrative develops at a slow and plodding pace; the story is not as compelling and lacks the meat to last for three hours.


9. Vivah

VIVAH is deeply ingrained in Hindustani feelings and is highly desi and Indian in heart. It discusses ties within families. Within approximately 2.48 hours, a lot of desi sentiments are packed. It provides pure enjoyment in the same manner as previous Rajshri flicks. However, VIVAH is not without its flaws.

10. Dilwaale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge

DDLJ is Aditya Chopra's best effort, and no one can surpass this first-time directorial. Each frame confirms that you are seeing a Yashraj movie with "sarson ke khet" and, of course, a song set in a foreign country's snow-capped mountains, which undoubtedly have their own distinct taste.