How to get into the Indian movies that will not disappoint
Posted On August 8, 2021
There are a lot of films to choose from in the Indian cinema industry and they are often the most expensive, but there are some movies that are actually worth watching.
We have put together a list of the best movies for the average Indian cinemagoer and it is very comprehensive.
Read on to find out which movies you should go to in the country.
Read more about the films below and you can also find our list of best Indian cinema series in the section below.
The Indian film industry is one of the most important in the world.
It has helped India become the world’s second-largest cinema market, after the United States.
It is also one of India’s fastest-growing industries, with a $9 billion industry.
The Indian film market is dominated by the domestic sector.
This is where movies are made.
There are around 25 film festivals across the country, which have their own schedules and budgets.
But the Indian film scene is also growing internationally, especially in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
The industry has a huge talent pool.
India has a lot to offer cinema lovers worldwide.
Here are 10 films that you can go to if you want to see some of the worlds best films in India.1.
Palkhaji (2015), starring Gaurav Kapoor, Shah Rukh Khan, and Ajay Devgn (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh)3.
Pankaja: The Girl from Delhi (2014)5.
Akshay Kumar (2012), starring Shah Ruk Hlaing and Bishan Khan (Sambhiram Entertainment)6.
The Last King of the Ring (2011)8.
Mahabharata (2012): Director Vidyut Prakarash and actor Rajkumar Hirani.9.
Panchi (2014): Director Rishi Kapoor and actor Vinod Tawde.10.
The Road (2016)1: Prakak (2015)- A film about a young couple who moves to a house in the suburbs.
It tells the story of a young man named Praku, who goes to college and eventually decides to join the army.
It won the Best Foreign Language Film at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.2: The Road 2: Darshana (2014)- A romantic comedy about a man who tries to save a woman from being murdered by her lover.
It was released in 2015 in the UK, and won the 2015 Oscars for Best Actor in a Drama.3: Pankajya (2012)- An epic romance between a woman and a man that centres on the struggle for independence from the Rajasthan government.4: Pekhal (2013)- A political thriller set in the aftermath of the 2007 Delhi riots.
The film also won the 2009 Palme d’Or.5: Dravid (2009)- A story about the journey of a scientist who is searching for the elusive ‘Einstein’ (a symbol of the universe).
It won both the 2009 and 2010 Palme D’Or awards.6: Karan Sehgal’s Aasim Qureshi: The Man Who Fell to Earth (2016)- A documentary about a scientist and his wife who fall into the sea to rescue him from a shipwreck.7: The Muppets (1999)- A movie about a group of Muppeteers who live in the heart of Mumbai.8: The Lion King (1994)- A comedy about the life of King Kong.9: The Karan Bedi Award- Winner for Best Actress in a Musical for ‘Raksha Bhavan’.10: The Rajiv Gandhi Award- Awarded for best actor for his role in Rajiv’s ‘Sukhdev’.1: Aasik Jadhav (2017)- A Pakistani actor who was one of many who won an award for his portrayal of a prominent Muslim politician in the film Aasika.2- Bajrangi Bhaijaan: The Big Fat Affair (2016)– A film based on the true story of the 1984 Mumbai riots, which led to the death of over 2,000 people.3- Darshani (2016): An acclaimed film about the murder of a student at a boarding school in the 1980s by a Muslim student.4- Dabangal (2012)– A documentary that focuses on the life and legacy of legendary actor and filmmaker Keshav Kapur.5- Mahabar (2009): A romantic thriller that tells the tale of a woman who is trying to save her husband from a brutal death at the hands of a serial killer.6- Ram Manohar Lohia: Ram: An Untold Story (2015)– A story of Ram, a popular Indian actor, who was once one of Hollywood’s biggest