Evergreen Bollywood Movies of All Time
Certainly one of the oldest industries in the field of cinema, Bollywood is known for its vibrant and artistic stories in the form of digital media. Films have always been a part of our lives and somehow some movies make us feel so connected with the characters that it feels as if we were a part of the story. Not only the Bollywood movies but the superhit Bollywood songs too have a large impact in our lives. The correlation of reel with real is something extra ordinary which only a film maker can make us experience.
Here is a list of some Evergreen Bollywood movies of all time that left a mark in the heart of every people who watched it.
80’s, The Classic Mania
The 1980s had given us movies which are still nostalgic to watch and we can binge upon them any time of the day and remember the old classic Bollywood which had some beautiful plotlines and a great hidden message. Among them two of the movies of the 80s that left a mark in our lives are:
Directed by Mahesh Bhatt, starring AnupamKher, RohiniHattangadi, SoniRazdan, AlokNath, the movie consists of some depressing thoughts that connects us to the vulnerability of an Indian society. The movie shows how a politician misuses his power to make lives much more disturbing. This movie might surely be shady and depressing but the facts disclosed in the form of a film stay true and can make us numb how cruel can a human be.
Directed and written by Gulzar, Angoor is an excerpt on Shakespeare’s “A Comedy of Errors”. It is a comedy film starring Sanjeev Kumar, DevenVerma, MoushumiChatterjee that depicts a hilarious plot of two pairs of identical twins with their mistaken identities. The 131 minutes long movie will keep you entertained till the very end with the comic timing of each and every character. The story itself is very interesting and funny in true sense.
90s- The Mystical Bollywood
The 1990s saw a variety of action, romantic and comedy Bollywood films. It was a period when the three khans of the industry were ruling Bollywood. Two of the evergreen and superhit Bollywood movies from the 90s are:-
Starring Bollywood’s king Khan, Shah Rukh khan, JuhiChawla, Sunny Deol. Shah Rukh khan played the role of a psychopathic, toxic lover who believes to be in love with Kiran (Juhi Chawla), and can cross all limits to achieve his love. A marvellous film with stunning acting, Darr is a go to for a thriller night.
You will constantly hear the word Ma’am from Manoj Bajpayee who behaves as a psychopath and he wants to break in the house of Urmila Matondkar with an excuse of heavy rain outside, but the real psychopath lurks inside the house and a murder is about to happen. Directed by Ram Gopal Varma, the movie is a thriller, and can make you feel the rush.
2000- The New Bollywood
The films of this era was a bit experimental kind of- animation, action scenes, uses of different software tools and many new technologies can be seen in these films.
Two of the evergreen and superhit Bollywood movies of the 2000 are as follows:
1. Hera Pheri(2000)
The memers gold collection, “Pachas rupaiya kaat overacting ka” and “Aurat ka chakar Babu Bhaiya aurat kachakar” are some hilarious dialogues of the comedy film, starring Akshay Kumar, SunielShetty and PareshRawal. Hera Pheri was a huge hit in the box office and was appreciated a lot by the audience and till date we cannot get over the hype of the comic timing by, “Baburao”, “Raju” and “Shyam”.
2. M.S.Dhoni- The Untold Story(2016)
Starring Sushant Singh Rajput, KiaraAdvani and DishaPatani, it is a biographical film based on the real life of the former captain of the Indian cricket team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni. The character of Ms Dhoni was purely justified by Sushant Singh Rajput by his marvellous acting and great dedication over the film to make it a successful one. The movie shows how a boy from Ranchi made it to International cricket and eventually being the Captain of the Indian Cricket team. A journey which will definitely make you understand how life can be unpredictable and you can do whatever you wished in life.