Like sports, art, and literature, food is also a cultural aspect that brings people together. We bring to you these food bases movies, which apart from providing a feast for your eyes inspired you in one way or the another-
The Lunchbox (2013)
Ritesh Batra's 'The Lunchbox' was not only a tale of swapped lunch, but also how 2 strangers form an intimate connection and fall in love!
Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana (2012)
Kunal Kapoor plays Omi, who is on the run from gangsters. He sets to unearth the family's secret chicken recipe to save his skin.
Based on Jon Favreau's 'Chef', it stars Saif Ali Khan as Roshan, a chef who sets out to make his cooking dreams come true in a food truck.
Cheeni Kum (2007)
Amitabh Bachchan stars as Buddhadev Gupta, a 64-year old who falls in love with Nina. Apart from food, there's a lot of romance cooking here.
This comedy stars Rajesh Khanna as Raghu, a cook who is not only great at his work but also helps to reunite the Shanti Niwas family.
English Vinglish (2012)
Starring Sridevi in an incredible performance, the movie is mainly about how she finds her identity. Not only she learns the English language,she also makes some delicious, mouth-watering laddoos.
Khichdi: The Movie (2010)
Your favorite Parekh family finally got their movie and took the confusion to an entirely different level. 'Khichdi' very well explains the hullabaloo these characters cause every moment of their lives.
Aditya Roy Kapoor might have taken some time to impress Parineeti with her exceptional cooking, but we salivated in an instant for the regional delights he prepared in the movie.
Stanley Ka Dabba (2011)
A morose entry on an otherwise lively list, this movie sees the conflict between a teacher and a student, as the teacher insists that Stanley must start bringing his tiffin.
Kuku Mathur ki Jhand Ho Gayi (2014)
This movie follows the misadventures of Kuku Mathur, a cook who can't tell salt from sugar but aspires to own a restaurant. The movie was a disaster, but it did have good looking food on-screen.