From a masala action drama piece to a brilliant showcase of a social cause, Bollywood has it all to spice up our different moods. Hands down, the Bollywood silver screen has been a spectator of a number of amazing movies of the world, of all time. Some get stuck in our heart forever while others are those we can even watch in the loop for at least hundred times.
A good movie doesn’t necessarily mean the one who has grossed high at the box office but is simply the ones who were able to leave a significant impact on one’s heart. For the last 3 to 4 years, I guess, the Indian Cinema has taken a wonderful shape and has delivered amazing movies on-screen that were worth a million hand-claps. Let us check out the list of top 10 Bollywood movies that won global recognition.
1. HINDI MEDIUM:
Released on: 19th May 2017
This movie is about a couple trying hard to get an admission for their child in one of the elite schools of the city. Gradually, they come to know that the popularity of a school doesn’t imply a bright future of a child. This movie brings a great stereotype in a highlight that the private schools are superior to the public ones.
Released on: 21st December, 2016
This one is ranked as number 1 for its box office collection. In this movie which is based out of some village, a man trains his daughters for wrestling. Breaking the pre-set norms that women cannot wrestle, this man makes it possible by making both their daughters, Geeta and Babita, world class wrestlers.
3. DEAR ZINDAGI:
Released on: 25th November, 2016
Directed by Gauri Shinde, this movie revolves around the same concept and is about a girl who gives up her content of living after getting betrayed by the man she loved. Later, she meets a physiologist who makes her see positives in her life.
Released on: 16th September 2016
Breaking the stereotypes related to premarital sex, this movie is worth millions of standing ovations. The theme of the movie is depicted by a courtroom drama in which a character of an independent girl is questioned by the society just by judging her modern way of living.
Released on: 22nd July, 2016
This movie can make you cry a river and leaves a very powerful awareness message of how the politicians of our country are filling their pockets by risking the lives of the common citizen.
Released on: 8th May, 2015
Praised by many, this movie depicts the relationship between a girl (in her late 20’s) and his father (in his 50’s) very accurately. The father, played by Amitabh Bachchan who is suffering from a serious problem of constipation has a selfish desire to keep his daughter with him for as long as he could.
7. DUM LAGA KE HAISHA:
Released on: 27th February, 2015
This movie breaks the stereotype of finding love in a physically attractive person. The movie is about a guy who hails from a scanty financial background and who is forced to marry an obese girl who is educated enough to bring some source of income for her in laws. At first, the guy is reluctant to love her wife due to her fatness but later he realizes his love for her and concludes that appearance is delusional.
Released on: 13th March, 2015
This movie revolves around the life of a couple who decides to go out of town to spend a quality time on their anniversary. On their way, they find a mob of villagers practicing honor killing. The couple tries to stop them and get on their nerve as a result of which, the mob runs after them to kill them. Seeing a woman alone, they find her helpless but against the odds, the woman kills all the men who were after her.
Released on: 24 July, 2015
The movie is about lives of two young ones both of whom have lost their life partners. The story is about a girl, who was caught by police in a hotel with her boyfriend who later commits suicide and also about a boy who loses her girlfriend in an accident and later tries to find an inspiration to live.
Released on: 7th March, 2014
My favorite of all, this movie is about a girl who was betrayed by her fiancé just a few days before her marriage. Depressed and devastated, she decides to go on a honeymoon to Paris by herself. The journey teaches her to live independently and most importantly to believe in her and not to consider her any less than others.