Best Bollywood movies 2021 – We’re not sure who needs to hear this, but if you’re not watching Bollywood films, you’re missing out big time.
The east def Hollywood gives American films a run for their money, creating Hindi-language Indian films in a variety of genres.
In fact, Bollywood is the world’s largest film business, releasing more than 1,000 pictures per year (!!)—roughly double the amount of films produced by Hollywood.
With so many films released each year, it’s difficult to know which ones are genuinely worthwhile.
Do you want to know which Bollywood Movies are the best in 2021?
Please follow this path.
Sooryavanshi follows the actions and severe antics of India’s Anti-Terrorism Squad chief, DCP Veer Sooryavanshi.
This epic biographical war drama, directed by Vishnuvardhan in his Hindi cinema debut, centres around the life of Vikram Batra, a former Indian Army commander who was posthumously given the Param Vir Chakra, India’s most coveted award for courage.
IMDB Rating: 5.9
This biography, starring Kangana Ranaut and based on the true storey of Jayaram Jayalalitha, recounts the actor-turned-chief minister’s fast and complicated rise to power
4. Meenakshi Sundareshwar
What happens when a rare work opportunity forces two newlyweds (who don’t know one other well) to live apart? In this funny rom-com, they do their best to make the dysfunctional arrangement work.
5. Mumbai Saga
IMDB Rating: 6.0
Mumbai Saga is an action film set in the 1980s and 1990s that depicts the gradual transformation of Mumbai into a large city and one man’s journey from an ordinary commoner to a dreaded gangster.
6. Jai Bhim
IMDB Rating: 8.9
When a tribal man is detained for alleged stealing, his wife seeks the assistance of a human-rights lawyer.
IMDB Rating: 7.3
An alcoholic professor is transported to a juvenile detention centre, where he conflicts with a thug who exploits the schoolchildren.
8. Sardar Udham
IMDB Rating: 8.5
A biopic about Udham Singh, a Punjabi Sikh rebel who spent two decades preparing the assassination of the man who carried out the Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
Bhanu introduces Mimi as a surrogate to an American couple in exchange for Rs 2 million. Even when they change their minds, she decides to have the kid and informs her parents that Bhanu is the father.
IMDB Rating: 7.6
In 1983, Captain Kapil Dev guided an improbable Indian team to their first World Cup triumph. Kabir Khan’s ’83’ shows the storey of this group that taught a nation to believe in and bet its hopes on its cricket players by returning home as a set of extraordinarily gifted global winners.
IMDB Rating: 4.3
Two small-town teenagers, Bhaura Pandey (Rajkummar Rao) and Kattanni Qureshi (Varun Sharma), are stranded with Roohi (Janhvi Kapoor) in strange circumstances. They immediately realise that she has another side, Afza, her “ghostly” personality, and that she appears to be a simple, demure young lady.
Kattanni has feelings for Afza, whereas Bhaura has feelings for Roohi. Bhaura wants to get rid of Afza since they’re building an odd romance, but Kattani wants to keep her alive so he may romance her.
Their impulsive attempts to tackle their dilemma lead them into bizarre but hilarious scenarios in which they meet strange people.
The plot hinges on what occurs next.
Published By : Chittajallu H S Kumar
Edited By : Kiran Maharana