7 Symbolic Movies That Exactly Defines Our Generation.

Blog By Priyanka  |  25-01-18

You Will Have To Agree.

Tamasha

Tamasha

Though this movie did not hit the box office but still its a movie that mostly everyone remembers it.

This movie is based on how they stranger meet then they unknowingly fall in love, their ups and down in relation, but in the end they manage to be happy and work on the behavior.


Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

This story follows three friends, Arjun, Kabir and Imraan. They go on a bachelor trip to Spain and meet Laila, who fells in love with Arjun. Kabir and his fiance choose face some miss understandings due to which they split.

As part of the trip each friend chooses a dangerous sport, which three of them do and overcome their fear.
This movie shows how to deal with every problems in life and enjoy it.


Dil Chahta Hai

Dil Chahta Hai

From Aakash, Sameer to Sid every character was related to our generation. The conversation which they did felt like as if we are talking our friends. This movie was just like our friendship with our friends.


Queen

Queen

Its Kangana Ranaut who takes it away with her role of a domesticated girl who does not know what she is capable of. This Punjabi Heart-broken girl goes for her honeymoon all alone and sets an example that a alone girl can rock the world.


Rock On!

Rock On!

Here misunderstanding leads four musician friends to fall apart even before they could make it big as a band. Reigniting their dreams years later, they forget their grudges and continue on a journey they had left incomplete. Hard to keep grudges for long time!


Fukrey

Fukrey

Fukrey has made all college student very happy. The college students often use the word 'Jugaad' which means life hacks. This movie shows, what almost a student thinks about their life to be easy and get admission by some hacks.


Jab We Met

Jab We Met

Young, bold, attractive, talkative, strong and a party animal kind of girl, this role was played by Kareena and she nailed it. Kareena Kapoor's Geet character had every quality in that fits well into a real punjabi girl.








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