10 contemporary Bollywood films you should not miss!

  • 10 contemporary Bollywood films you should not miss!

    10 contemporary Bollywood films you should not miss!

    There was a time when Bollywood heavily relied upon the Khans and almost all the filmmakers were running behind them but now things have been changed, the new-a filmmakers know what the audience wants, they can sense a change in the audience's choice, which is why the more content driven films are being made. Here we bring you a list of Bollywood's 10 films which you should surely watch to understand that Indian cinema is revolving and garnering love and appreciations around the world.

  • Sonchiriya


    Director Abhishek Chaubey has delivered an action-packed and gripping tale of the dacoits of the Chambal region with 'Sonchiriya', The film has an ensemble cast of Sushant Singh Rajput, Bhumi Pednekar, Manoj Bajpayee, Ranvir Shorey, and Ashutosh Rana. Set in the 1970s, the film traces the journey of the famous dacoits of the harsh valleys of Madhya Pradesh, where dacoit gangs were at loggerheads with the local police. The film got released last Friday and is garnering rave reviews.

  • Manto


    Directed by Nandita Das, Manto is a cinematic masterpiece. The film is based on the life of famous Urdu author Saadat Hasan Manto. The film failed to create an impact at the box-office because of lack of screens but it received a positive response. Nawazuddin Siddiqui has played the character of Saadat Hasan Manto.

  • Love Sonia

    Love Sonia

    The film revolved the harrowing account of two sisters robbed of their innocence when one is sold by her debt-ridden father, and the other follows after her in the hope of rescuing her but becomes trapped in the flesh trade herself. The film gives us the real glimpse of red light areas of Mumbai, the latent innocence in the younger sister and the grit to rescue her sister and eventually herself stays intact.

  • Manmarziyaan


    Though the film was an average on Box-Office Manmarziyaan is a film where director Anurag Kashyap has given his own touch to an old theme, where he has shown today's millennial relationships.

  • Badhaai Ho

    Badhaai Ho

    Badhaai Ho is proof of the fact that our audience has grown up and can differentiate between a good film and a bad film. Packed with powerful performances, punchy lines and hilarious turn of events, this film became one of India's biggest entertainers and blockbusters.

  • Tumbadd


    Tumbbad has won the hearts of the audience and also piqued the interests of the audience with the weaving mystery of the gripping story. The film created history by being the first Indian film to open the Venice International Film Critic's Week and has garnered rave reviews from critics. Giving glimpses of fantasy, action, frights, and scares, Tumbbad is a horrific and thrilling experience that questions the roots of human greed while providing entertainment of the purest kind.

  • Mukkabaaz


    One of the most powerful Indian sports drama film co-written, co-produced and directed by Anurag Kashyap, the film starred Vineet Kumar Singh, debutant Zoya Hussain, Ravi Kishan and Jimmy Shergill in the lead roles. The performances in the film were so good that the film managed to gain numbers purely on the basis of word of mouth.

  • Stree


    Stree is a horror-comedy film which stars Rajkummar Rao and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead roles. The film is directed by Amar Kaushik. It is based on some true Indian legends, the film garnered appreciations with word of mouth and it became one of the sleeper hit of 2018.

  • Raazi


    The film was an official adaptation of Harinder Sikka's Calling Sehmat, a novel that was inspired by a real-life woman. Alia Bhatt played the character of a Kashmiri woman who is made to marry a Pakistani officer with a vested interest in digging out intelligence details. Directed by Meghna Gulzar, Raazi is a woman-oriented film which you must watch.

  • Andhadhun


    Andhadhun is one of the best films of recent times. A suspense thriller will keep you on edge of the seat. Ayushmann played the role of a talented blind pianist who gets involved in a murder. Andhadhun is not your average murder mystery as the identity of the killer is never actually hidden from the viewer still you feel awestruck.

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