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Here is the list of Top Hindi Movies
1. 83 Movie
The dramatic ’83’ is about Kabir Khan’s quest of establishing a squad that could trust itself to overcome the mightiest players in the gentleman’s game. The amazing narrative of India’s maiden world cup triumph is well worth seeing.
Captain Kapil Dev led an unlikely Indian team to the country’s first-ever World Cup victory in 1983. By coming home as a group of unusually talented global champions, Kabir Khan’s ’83’ highlights the journey of this squad that taught a nation to believe and places its hopes on its cricket players.
While Abhishek maintains a light-hearted demeanor in most settings, he deals with the subject’s hard-hitting truth with empathy and maturity.
Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui Movie Review: Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui is a wonderfully entertaining film that defies clichés.
Manvinder Munjal, called Manu (Ayushmann Khurrana), is a fitness fanatic who runs a gym and is a bodybuilder who competes year after year for the local championship. While he spends all of his time sweating it out and trying to create a dole-shole for that (with little success), his gym is a ghost town. Until Maanvi Brar (Vaani Kapoor), the gym’s freshly appointed Jhoomba (read: Zumba) teacher, steps in. Sparks fly quickly, and the two are quickly lured into a passionate romance. But Maanvi is more than just a beautiful woman. That is the story’s central theme.
Gamanam is a mixed bag with some enjoyable moments and others that leave you wanting more.
Gamanam Movie Review: A moving look at how floods may drastically interrupt people’s life.
Six people’s lives shift around the city as the city is ravaged by floods. Will they all make it to the other side in one piece?
Bhavai has an old-world elegance, and the presentation of the opening titles, with a golden touch to the black-and-white animation and an ear-pleasing classical accompaniment, deserves special note.
Raja Ram Joshi, the son of Panditiji (Rajendra Gupta), aspires to be a performer. As a result, when a theatrical troupe arrives in his hamlet of Khakar, Gujarat, to produce the RamLeela, he looks for a role, any role, to launch his career in the performing arts. When Bhanvar (Abhimanyu Singh) gets ill, Raja Ram is approached and offered the role of Raavan in his place. Onstage, he is drawn to Rani (Aindrita Ray), who portrays Sita, and she reciprocates later.
But, even if they were just rehearsing the parts on stage, is there any chance Sita will accompany Raavan in real life? That’s when politics and religion collide, and things rapidly become complicated.
Thalaivii – Kangana & Arvind Swamy pay ringing respect to Jaya-tragic MGR’s love story in Thalaivii.
STORY: The film follows actor-turned-politician Jayalalithaa (Kangana Ranaut), her connection with the famous M. G. Ramachandran (Arvind Swami), and her turbulent climb to prominence as Tamil Nadu’s former Chief Minister.
6. Bell Bottom
Bell Bottom’ has the allure of a Bollywood big-budget commercial picture that deserves to be seen on the big screen. An engrossing thriller that transports you back to the big screen.
Bellbottom, an undercover spy, is sent on a secret operation to rescue 210 hijacked passengers.
The video chronicles the highs and lows of Saina Nehwal, India’s star shuttler and former world number one. It also honors those who have made a significant contribution to her tenacity and unyielding spirit.
Saina’s life has always been sober, generally uncontroversial, and open, giving Amole Gupte a difficult assignment. The fact that she is a competitive athlete just adds to the pressure. Her path to world dominance wasn’t particularly shaky. Her parents are quite supportive, she has a wonderful sister, a wonderful group of friends, and a supportive husband (Parupalli Kashyap). She was raised and adored like a winner since she was a youngster. There isn’t a single heart-wrenching conflict in this novel. Amol Gupte is still attempting to capture Saina’s tiger spirit, which hides behind her demure exterior. His film is a feel-good story about India’s Badminton poster girl.
The Bollywood film, Saina, may have been more memorable, yet it succeeds in encouraging the kids.
Overall, the picture stays loyal to its genre while still providing a nice amount of amusement, making it well worth a trip to the theatre.
Bhaura Pandey (Rajkummar Rao) and Kattanni Qureshi (Varun Sharma), two small-town youths, are stranded with Roohi (Janhvi Kapoor) in odd circumstances. She appears to be a sweet, demure young lady, but they quickly discover that she has a darker side, Afza, her “ghostly” personality. Bhaura has feelings for Roohi, whereas Kattanni has feelings for Afza. With a bizarre relationship developing between the three of them, Bhaura wants to get rid of Afza, but Kattani wants to keep her alive so he may romance her.
Their irrational attempts to solve their problem lead them into unusual, yet amusing circumstances where they meet strange personalities. The plot revolves around what occurs next.
To summarise, while Tadap brazenly plays to the gallery with action, music, and well-shot images, it would have benefited the film much if the narrative had given the actors more opportunity to deliver a more memorable love story.
Tadap Movie Review: Ahan Shetty creates a strong first impression, but the plot leaves you wanting more.
Ishana (Ahan Shetty), a Mussoorie guy, falls in love with Ramisa, a local politician’s London-educated daughter (Tara Sutaria). While it may appear to be a rich-girl-poor-boy love tale at first, there’s more to it as the film progresses.
10. Antim: The Final Truth
Antim: The Final Truth’ meets some of the criteria for mass entertainment, including tremendous action and drama (a little too much).
Antim: The Final Truth is a mass-produced attempt to entertain in the old-school Bollywood way.
The official adaptation of the successful Marathi film ‘Mulshi Pattern,’ ‘Antim: The Final Truth’ is the official adaptation of the hit Marathi film ‘Mulshi Pattern.’ It tells the narrative of Rahul (Aayush Sharma), a small-town kid who grows up to become one of Pune’s most feared land mafias. However, on his way to the top, he makes a lot of new enemies and breaks the law. Who will track him down first: his misdeeds, his past, or the law of the land?