Top 10 Must-Watch Period Drama Bollywood Movies

Top 10 Must-Watch Period Drama Bollywood Movies  Hindi Article

Bollywood historical dramas depict the wealthy and sad aspects of South Asian history. These works of cinema transport spectators to various historical periods, including the Mughal era, the Colonial era, modern history, and more. Regardless of the venue, they can provide us with some of the most breathtaking visuals that create an imprint on us. Not to mention the most exquisite costumes and in-theater musical performances.

1. Jodhaa Akbar Click to look into! >> Read More... Jodhaa Akbar

JODHAA AKBAR, a love romance set in the sixteenth century, tells the tale of how a great Mughal emperor named Akbar and a Rajput princess named Jodhaa were united in a marriage of alliance before falling in love. Akbar ( Hrithik Roshan Hrithik Roshan with his unimaginable dance moves i >> Read More... Hrithik Roshan ) had no idea that, by marrying Jodhaa ( Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is a popular Indian actress >> Read More... Aishwarya Rai Bachchan ), he would begin a new adventure—the path of real love.


2. Padmaavat

In 13th-century India, Rani Padmavati ( Deepika Padukone Deepika Padukone is an Indian actress and model. S >> Read More... Deepika Padukone ), the wife of Maharawal Ratan Singh ( Shahid Kapoor Shahid Kapoor also identifies as the name Shahid K >> Read More... Shahid Kapoor ), was admired for her beauty and bravery. She catches the dictator Alauddin Khilji's ( Ranveer Singh Ranveer Singh Bhavnani is an Indian movie actor wh >> Read More... Ranveer Singh ) interest, the current Sultan of Delhi. He gets fascinated with her and stops at nothing to satiate his thirst. Furthermore, Padamavati and Rhatan Singh's connection is made to appear appealing by Bhansali.

3. Kesari

Kesari, directed by Anurag Singh Anurag Singh is an Indian director and film script >> Read More... Anurag Singh , pays appropriate homage to this tale of Sikh soldiers. It is a gripping war film that recounts a significant event from Indian history while fusing intense emotions with gory action. The utmost notable parts of the picture are boosted by Akshay Kumar's outstanding performance. Kesari is a full movie because it possesses both inherent emotional intelligence and genuine shock value.


4. Tanhaji

Jay Devgn's energetic performance manages to deliver a punch. He evokes emotion in you while, more crucially, nailing all the subtleties. The fascination is undoubtedly maintained by his charismatic presence. plays a role that is both wild and endearing at the same time. It's incredible how he consistently strikes the proper comedy timing despite the turmoil of his character.


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

This is the Peshwa Bajirao tale. His tales are taught in schools since he is a significant historical figure in India. This movie, however, is not only about a man and his political victories. Instead, the focus is on that man and his desire for love. Bajirao encounters the stunning Mastani during one of his illustrious military missions. She is the Persian mother of a Rajput King, yet she is his daughter. They fell in love right away.


6. Manikarnika: The Rising

Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi imagines a future where women wage war and men dance and arrange marriages. Ranaut beams as she skilfully fences while racing across the backs of horses and an elephant to demonstrate to the men how it's done. These are ridiculous antics but nothing out of the ordinary for Hindi movies. If we find them tougher to accept because they are carried out by a woman rather than a man called Akshay or Ajay, we should consider why.


7. Mohenjo Daro Click to look into! >> Read More... Mohenjo Daro

In Mohenjo Daro, Hrithik is in excellent physical condition; as Sarman, he effortlessly conveys simplicity and strength, passion, and purity. He performs with restraint, but there are glimmers of the superstar charisma that once had everyone humming, "kaha na pyaar hai." Mohenjo Daro is hampered by the whims, but the second half improves as the pieces come together.


8. Mughal-E-Azam

The 1960 motion picture was based on the play " Anarkali Click to look into! >> Read More... Anarkali ," which is first appeared in theatres. A crown Prince and a courtesan fall in love in this captivating story, which is set during the Mughal era. To have an heir, Emperor Akbar makes a journey. His queen Jodha Bai gives birth to a son, but the boy becomes a spoiled brat. He is deployed to the front lines to harden him up.


9. Panipat

Arjun Kapoor Arjun Kapoor is a Bollywood star. He was born on 2 >> Read More... Arjun Kapoor sacrifices everything to embody Sadashivrao Bhau. Scene 1 demonstrates the efforts. He did an admirable job balancing such a challenging character. He plays well with the accent and is excellent in the fighting scenes. Actions are fully merited! Kriti Sanon Kriti Sanon is a model-turned-actress who made her >> Read More... Kriti Sanon is a delightful and genuine surprise. She performs, fights, and pushes limits to be Parvati on television, not simply to look nice.

10. Mangal Pandey

Aamir Khan Aamir Khan or Mohammed Aamir Hussain Khan is Bolly >> Read More... Aamir Khan plays the Indian sepoy Mangal Pandey, who works for the British East India Company. On the Afghan battlefields, Mangal saves his commanding officer William Gordon ( Toby Stephens Toby Stephens is a great actor, who had graduated >> Read More... Toby Stephens ), and the two men become friends. In sharp contrast to most of his white coworkers, the Hindi-speaking Gordon has compassion for the locals.