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Top 10 Best Indian Movies You Mustn’t Miss

Movies are unusual means of entertainment. Indian movies are different, they produce many genres in the same film, they are featured of their length and dancing shows. If you are interested in Indian movies, have a look on this list of the top ten Indian movies.

10 Taare Zameen Par:

It is a 2007 Indian drama film that was directed by Aamir Khan. The film deals with the life and mind’s eye of eight-year-old Ishaan. Despite his proficiency in art, his poor educational performance causes his parents to leave him to a boarding school. Ishaan’s new art teacher believes that he is dyslexic. Disney’s release of the global edition DVD in 2010 blotted the initial purchase of distribution rights for an Indian movie by an international company.

9 Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India:

It is an Indian drama film written and directed by Ashutosh Gowariker in 2001. The move is set in the Victorian era of India’s colonial British Raj. It revolves around a minute village whose population is demoralized by high taxes, they find themselves in an unusual situation as an haughty officer confronts them to a sport of cricket as a bet to keep away from the taxes.

8 Gangs of Wasseypur:

It is an Indian crime film, written, produced and directed by Anurag Kashyap in 2001. The film was given a certification from the Indian Censor Board. Its soundtrack is profoundly impacted by conventional Indian folk songs. It depicts the gang lords of Wasseypur as Shafi Khan, Fahim Khan and Shabir Alam.

7 Sholay:

It is an Indian adventure film directed by Ramesh Sippy in 1975 and produced by G. P. Sippy. The film deals with two criminals, Veeru and Jai, who are employed by a retired police officer to arrest the brutal dacoit. The film is inspired by the conventions of Westerns, and is a major instance of the (masala film), which makes use of more than a few genres in one work. There are several themes in the film, as elevation of violence and conformation to feudal culture.

6 A Wednesday:

It is an Indian drama film written and directed by Neeraj Pandey in 2008. The movie takes place on one day, set amid 2 pm to 6 pm on a Wednesday. The film revolves around a police commissioner, who is about to retire, he is narrating a series of events that took place on a particular Wednesday, that do not exist in a written documentation, but only in his mind.

5 Andaz Apna Apna:

It is an Indian comedy film directed by Rajkumar Santoshi in 1994. It is a story of two men who are fighting to get married from an heiress and attempting to keep her from an evil criminal. Amar and Prem are two daydreamers having the same aim, which is to be rich by marrying a wealthy heiress, Raveena Bajaj, the daughter of Ram Gopal Bajaj.

4 Anand:

It is an Indian drama film that was written and directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee and released in 1971. The film starts with a felicitation ceremony set for Dr. Bhaskar, who wrote a book entitled Anand. He is a cancer consultant and after the admiring speeches, he exposes that the book is not imaginary but based on from his own record his experiences with an actual person whose name is Anand.

3 Queen:

It is an Indian comedy-drama film, produced by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures and Phantom Films, it is directed by Vikas Bahl, in 2014. The movie revolves around an inexperienced middle class girl in Delhi, she decides go to Paris and Amsterdam alone to enjoy her honeymoon, after her fiancé fled the marriage just two days before wedding. The movie was released internationally in “800 Screens on 7 March 2014 to serious acclaim”. The movie achieved a main profitable success.

2 Munnabhai M.B.B.S.:

It is an Indian comedy film that is directed by Rajkumar Hirani and produced by Vidhu Vino Chopra in 2003. It deals with the Munna Bhai, a gangster that is going to medical school. The protagonist is aided by his assistant, Circuit. The movie was received a number of awards, as in the 2004 Filmfare awards, it was awarded the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie.

1 Gol Maal:

It is an Indian comedy movie that was directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, in 1979. Ramprasad Dashrathprasad Sharma is searching for a job, with a higher salary. He and his sister Ratna have no acquaintances except Dr. Kedar who tells Ramprasad about Bhavani Shankar’s company known as Urmila Traders.

Have you ever watched any of these movies? If no, enjoy your leisure time with this list.

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