Blog By Hazel | 19-02-18
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Indian movies are going through a major transformation from specially movies hitting on box office without any romantic angle. Dangal is one of those movies.
Dhamaal is an comedy film directed by Indra Kumar featuring Sanjay Dutt, Ritesh Deshmukh, Arshad Warsi, Aashish Chaudhary and Javed Jaffrey in the lead roles while Asrani, Sanjay Mishra, Vijay Raaz, Manoj Pahwa and Tiku Talsania are featured in supporting roles.The Movie was a hit on box office, people loved the humor of the story.
Again a film with no romantic angle but with great humor,Beja Fry was again a comedy film featuring Rajat Kapoor, Vinay Pathak, Sarika, Milind Soman and Ranvir Shorey in lead roles. This film was based on the French movie Le Dîner de Cons.
A Wednesday is an thriller film written and directed by Neeraj Pandey. starring Naseeruddin Shah and Anupam Kher. The film like this would give run to any Bollywood romantic film.
Iqbal was a story regarding aspirations and dreams. The film was beautifully directed by Nagesh Kuknoor which showed about a cricket-obsessed deaf and mute guy from a remote Indian village as wants to overcomes difficulties to become a cricketer and fulfill his dream of playing for the Indian national cricket team.
The film just says so much about the education system, the parental pressure, the education and career race and parenting. The amazing story of a dyslexic kid and his very much encouraging art teacher was fabulous and it won every one's hearts.
No One Killed Jessica was an biographical thriller film starring Rani Mukerji and Vidya Balan. This film was based on a real life incident of Jessica Lal murder's case. It was the most significant film ever made in Bollywood about news media.
Rani Mukerji in one of her most powerful roles, Mardaani was the story of female cop who tries to put an end to child trafficking.The film had no cheesy item songs or romantic no. for beating up the box office.
The film featured one of the finest actor of Bollywood,Raj Kumar Rao. The film was based on an comedy drama. It was about an tricky business of Indian elections in militant infested hinterlands.