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    First of all, we all have been in between a boring party, once at least. Where the two words ‘dumb charades’ feels like honey in the ear. Because we all love this game that we have been playing since our childhoods. However, it will never become boring. Anyhow, no matter if you are a 10 year old who does not like going to school. Or 30 years old who wants to go back to his school days. Dumb charades are something so nostalgic that will bring all of us back to our school days.

    A game that we started playing in our school days and still are a fan of it. Of course we all try our best to win in dumb charades. But it is more fun to watch people making different weird gestures. And try to make their group understand the movie name than winning the game.

    Anyhow, we all have done some weird gestures to enact a movie name in front of our group. The intensity is even higher after a few drinks. Yeah, I know we all do weird stuff after getting high on booze. But it’s better to do weird stuff while you’re playing a game like dumb charades. It might be a house party or a party with your office colleagues in every setting it fits so well. Even with a group of friends with whom you used to play dumb charades in school or college. Last of all, doing the same will bring back all the nostalgic memories.

    However, if your group plays dumb charades a lot. And you are out of unique movie names that will be hard to guess. Or a movie name that will be hard to enact. Something like Allah meherbaan to gadha pehalwan, or andheri raat mein diya tere haath mein. Don’t these names seem impossible to guess?

    So if you are a sucker for Bollywood movies in this article you will find many weird yet funny Bollywood movie names. That you might have not heard before. But they are legitimate movies.

    Aanyhow every year the number of movies Bollywood produce is very high. That most of us do not come across most of the movies. So this article will help you to catch up on such movies. You might even find some weirdest movie titles you ever came across. Who knows you might even end up watching some of the movies and find a hidden gem.

    So here is a list of the funniest and weirdest Bollywood movie names to make you a pro in dumb charades.

    50 movie names that are hard to crack in dumb charades


    1. Mujhe Meri Biwi se Bachao (2001)

    Mujhe Meri Biwi se Bachao.

    Review: this was released back in ’01 without much fanfare and any big cast to boast, Rekha gone old, and Nasrudin not any bigwig. I really enjoy his style, be it anything and he comes too good, leaving aside shaking a leg eh! lol. Cranky Nass at his best believes you. Arshad Warsi is a totally underrated comedian. Watch his other movies to witness.

    2. Udhar ka Sindhur (1976)

    Udhar ka Sindur

    Review: DIRECTION This movie is a tear jerker and the ladies would like it more. Acting is good, Asha Parekh plays the blind girls role very well.

    SONGS / MUSIC The songs in the movie are plain. The first song I remember is because of “dharati ke lal”‘s mention in the song. Sung by my favorite Mukesh.

    3. Golmaal- Fun Unlimited (2006)

    Golmaal- Fun Unlimited

    Review:Story is very typical four usual young/handsome, doing some con and end up in funny situations all the way…….Since matrix it most of action now done with multiple cameras and strings (actually in hong Kong movies doing for years…..) a lot of use of green screen, editing was excellent, couple of times felt wires/strings shows when they lift Ajey……..

    4. Saas, Bahu Aur Sensex (2008)

    Saas Bahu Aur Sensex (2008)

    Review: I went to see the film knowing nothing about the cast or story and was pleasantly surprised to find a witty film on Saas bahu soaps which my family is addicted to and the sensex of which i know little of. The characters in the film reminded me of all the auntiji’s I know. Very endearing and real film. Farookh Shiekh returns after a long break and is a riot, Kirron Kher and her saris are very beautiful, the rest of the cast seems new but very interesting. The story runs as a mother and daughter move to a new place, New Bombay.

    5. Jaane Bhi Do yaaro (1983)

    Jaane Bhi Do yaaro

    Review: Rib-tickling, side-splitting .. but also cynical, intelligent, and very, very dark. Comedy as it should be and so very rarely is. Corrupt politicians in cahoots with thieving contractors, their scheming rivals and their inept secretaries … add two bumbling, idealistic, naive young photographers in the ‘right’ place at the ‘right’ time ….. throw ’em all together and all hell breaks loose, and boy is it hilarious!! I’ve seen this several times and never failed to collapse in helpless fits of laughter. Wonder why they don’t make them like this anymore, and wish they did!

    6. Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyoon Aata Hai (1980)

    Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyon Ata Hai

    Review: Probably, the biggest contribution of this movie is the name “Albert Pinto”. You would find references of this name in many other occasions, most of the times mockingly, often targeted towards a short-tempered man.

    6. Andheri Raat Mein Diya Tere Haath Mein (1986)

    Andheri Raat Mein Diya Tere Haath Mein (1986)

    7. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011)

    Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011)

    Review: No Farhan Akhtar movie has disappointed me – whether he stars in it or directs it. I am not claiming that he makes great movies – I am merely agreeing that his films are funny, intelligent and definitely entertaining.

    8. jajantaram mamantaram (2003)

    jajantaram mamantaram (2003)

    Review: They can’t even copy a script brilliantly. Ridiculously stretched poor dialogs, poor music and background score. Javed joffrey and other’s over acting and poor execution by director.

    9. Chain Kulii Ki main Kulii (2007)

    Chain Kulii Ki Main Kulii (2007)

    10. Khilona Bana Khalnayak (1995)

    Khilona Bana Khalnayak (1995)

    Stars: Kishori Ambiye, Laxmikant Berde, Ravindra Berde

    Review: A must watch supernatural thriller. A milestone in marathi film industry.

    11. Purani Haveli (1989)

    Purani Haveli (1989)

    Stars: Deepak ParasharAmita NangiaShubha

    Review: Back in 1989, when it came out, I saw this movie in a theatre. The casting is great, and with Amita Nangia and his chum in the movie, Deepak Parashar looks pretty handsome – Satish Shah has also done a nice job. The creature is played by the infamous Manik Irani, regarded as “Billa” by most citizens (in the 1980s). At times, the movie is really eerie. The satire presented in a double function by Satish Shah is really nice as well.

    12. Murde Ki Jaan Khatre Mein 

    Murde Ki Jaan Khatre Mein

    Stars:Kunal Kapoor, Roma Manik, Mehmood Jr.

    13. Allah Meherban Toh Gadha Pahelwan (1997)

    Allah Meherban Toh Gadha Pahelwan (1997)

    Stars: Zahid Ali, Shakti Kapoor, Kader Khan

    14. Badhti Ka Naam Dadhi (1974)

    Badhti Ka Naam Dadhi (1974)

    Stars: Kishore Kumar, I.S. Johar, Sheetal

    15. Raja Rani Ko Chahiye Paseena (1978)

    Raja Rani Ko Chahiye Paseena (1978)

    Stars: Siddharth, Durga, Jasraj

    16. Don Muthu Swami (2008)

    Raja Rani Ko Chahiye Paseena (1978)

    Stars: Mithun Chakraborty, Ali Asgar, Arun Bakshi

    Review: ‘Don Muthuswami’ is a subject, which would’ve clicked all the way in the 80’s and 90’s, but in 2008 not sure. The film is a remake of the Stallone hit ‘Oscar’, but our real concern is that does the film entertain. To answer that simply – Mithun can never be doubted. The film is does entertain and the film is truly funny at times and the credit goes to 3-time National Award Winner. He is the life of the film and minus him the film would’ve fallen flat.

    17. Ladki Sahyadri ki (1966)

    Ladki Sahyadri ki (1966)

    Stars:Shalini Abhyankar, Keshavrao Date, Vatsala Deshmukh

    18. Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar kahani (1947)

    Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar kahani (1947)

    Review: Guo Qinglan Kotnis, the former wife of Dr. Dwarka Nath Kotnis, passed away at the age of 96 in Dalian, China, on 28 June 2012. In 1941, while he was on his medical mission to China while the Second World War was under way, she married the famed Indian physician. Both his joys and eventually his soul were traded for the sake of the injured mankind by this sacrificial doctor in 1942.

    19. Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho (1984)

    Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho (1984)

    Stars: Bhisham Sahni, Dina Pathak, Mohan Gokhale

    20. Sare Jahan Se Mehenga (2013)

    Sare Jahan Se Mehenga (2013)

    Stars: Annapoorna, V.M. Badola, Rampal Barsewal

    Review: The film revolves around inflation and all of its implications that reach an average family without encouraging the audience to weigh on such a serious topic. To make it an entertaining movie, there was enough humour.

    21. Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo (1952)

    Shin Shinaki Boobla Boo (1952)

    Stars: Sadhona Bose, Mehmood, Ranjan

    22. Dilruba Tangewali (1987)

    Dilruba Tangewali (1987)

    Stars: Hemant Birje, Deva, Krishna

    23. Do Ladke Dono kadke (1979)

    Do Ladke Dono kadke (1979)

    Stars: Navin Nischol, Amol Palekar, Moushumi Chatterjee

    24. Bediyoon Ka Samooh (1991)

    Bediyoon Ka Samooh (1991)

    Stars: P.L. Ahuja, Praful Ambekar, Brahmachari

    25. Mehandi Ban Gai Khoon (1991)

    Mehandi Ban Gai Khoon (1991)

    Stars: Birbal, Aashish Chanana, Juhi Chawla

    26. Bandook Dahej Ke Seene Par (1989)

    Bandook Dahej Ke Seene Par (1989)

    Stars: Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Sudhir Dalvi, Sonika Gill

    27. Arvind Desai Ki Ajeeb Dastaan (1978)

    Arvind Desai Ki Ajeeb Dastaan (1978)

    Stars: Dilip Dhawan, Anjali Paigankar, Shreeram Lagoo

    28. Guru Suleiman Chela Pahalwan (1981)

    Guru Suleiman Chela Pahalwan (1981)

    Stars: Dara Singh, Mehmood, Bindu

    29. Hello! Hum Lallan Bol Rahe Hain (2010)

    Hello! Hum Lallan Bol Rahe Hain (2010)

    Stars: Rajpal Yadav, Preeti Mehra, Makarand Anaspure

    Review: Boring, flat line story. Rajpal Yadav tries his best to display his serious side but fails. It is like watching a long drawn tv series episode. Dozed off a couple of times. Dialogues were bland at best. Sorry nothing noteworthy to comment on in this movie.

    30. Droh kaal (1994)

    Droh kaal (1994)

    Stars: Om Puri, Naseeruddin Shah, Mita Vashisht

    Review: This is one of the strongest Indian Police movies battling against terrorism. The film is true, Hard-Hitting and rather edgy. This film starred some of the Best actors and every role was fleshed out wonderfully. Ashish Vidyarthi as the antagonist was terrific.

    31. Zulm-O-Sitam (1998)

    Zulm-O-Sitam (1998)

    Stars: Dharmendra, Jaya Prada, Arjun Sarja

    32. Via Darjeeling (2008)

    Via Darjeeling (2008)

    Stars: Kay Kay Menon, Sonali Kulkarni, Parvin Dabas

    Review: Via Darjeeling is a kind of movie that says oh my Goodness!!! after seeing you. There was so a big opportunity for this movie and it should have been rendered so much stronger. There were brilliant actors, such as Kay Kay Menon, Rajat Kapoor, Sandhya Mridul, Sonali Kulkarni, and Vinay Pathak. You can’t tell a bit more about this man. He is progressing with every film and he comes up with another successful one when you assume that this has to be his best performance. Sonali Kulkarni shows how successful she is as an actor.

    33. Ghar Mein Ram Gali Mein Shyam (1988)

    Ghar Mein Ram Gali Mein Shyam (1988)

    Stars: Beena Banerjee, Rita Bhaduri, Govinda

    34. Gyarah Hazaar Ladkiyan (1962)

    Gyarah Hazaar Ladkiyan (1962)

    Stars: Mala Sinha, Bharat Bhushan, Helen

    35. Sasti Dhulan Mahenga Dulha (1986)

    Sasti Dhulan Mahenga Dulha (1986)

    Stars: Mahesh Anand, Arun, Beena Banerjee

    36. Lalli Ki shaadi ki ladoo Deewana (2017)

    Lalli Ki shaadi ki ladoo Deewana (2017)

    Stars: Gurmeet Choudhary, Bharat Dungrani, Akshara Haasan

    Review: The film teaser, the poster of a pregnant bride and two grooms reveal the fascinating quirkiness of the film, yet the film is total bore. When bumping in the coffee shop, lead boy and girl encounter each other, how can one conceive at this moment about such a sort of repetitive and outdated scene!?? If you can’t think better, so put this one behind. The parents of Vivaan Shah and Akshara Hasaan are an acting institute, but here all are as bland and annoying in locations as anyone might have been. Sanjay Mishra, at least by his improvisations and gestures, lets you happy. Except for Kavita Verma as Palak, the rest are somehow OK. She is especially poor.

    37. Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaye (1977)

    Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaye (1977)

    Stars: Rameshwari, Prem Krishan, Madan Puri

    38. Tu Bal Bramhachari Main Hoon Kanya Kunwari (2003)

    Tu Bal Bramhachari Main Hoon Kanya Kunwari (2003)

    Stars: Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Laxmikant Berde, Inder Labana

    39. Jal Bin Machhli Nritya Bin Bijli (1971)

    Jal Bin Machhli Nritya Bin Bijli (1971)

    Stars: Sandhya, Vatsala Deshmukh, Iftekhar

    Review: It’s hard to imagine that this is a film by V Shantaram. When it was still the ‘silent age’ in India, in the late 20s, he had begun to produce film. This film was released in 1971. It is impossible to imagine that a single artist will learn so much over one lifetime of technique and execution. Perhaps the honesty and classical look of the film make it impossible for certain viewers to understand it, but it will be important in their lives for those who get addicted to it. I am sure V Shantaram would have been delighted, even though there were a few of them. Hats off to a fantastic athlete.

    40. Shagird (2011)

    Shagird (2011)

    Stars: Nana Patekar, Mohit Ahlawat, Rimi Sen

    Review: The film is dominated by numerous twists and turns, with Rimmi sen performing the part of a journalist. Throughout the movie, money plays a commanding role. Since all are grey shady everyday people, the movie is well crafted without any heroes or villains.

    41. Kondura (1978)

    Kondura (1978)

    Stars: Anant Nag, Nirmala, Siddesh

    42. Ghulam-e-Mustafa (1997)

    Ghulam-e-Mustafa (1997)

    Stars: Nana Patekar, Raveena Tandon, Paresh Rawal

    Review: Acting on the art of Nana is the most excellent thing – no one ever beats him. The songs are good, but in them they all have a small scale feel, the plot is good, some action scenes are cool, and so are the dialogues of Nana.
    It’s rare to locate a movie like this these days.

    43. Sikandar E Azam (1965)

    Sikandar E Azam (1965)

    Stars: Prithviraj Kapoor, Dara Singh, Mumtaz

    44. Stanely ka Dabba (2011)

    Stanely ka Dabba (2011)

    Stars: Partho A. Gupte, Numaan Sheikh, Abhishek Reddy

    Review: Stanley Ka Dabba is the Jewel for a movie. Amole Gupte, Writer-Producer-Director-Actor-Cinematographer, produces a film that is soft, simple, and seamless. They don’t have superstars, they don’t have chart-buster albums, they don’t have beautiful places to boast about….but what they’ve got… is a huge core! ‘Stanley Ka Dabba’ is one of the best films in the last 5 years in general, as it has a tale to tell, which is plain, smooth, and also quite interesting. This One, don’t forget it!

    45. Meena Kumari Ki Amar Kahani (1981)

    Meena Kumari Ki Amar Kahani (1981)

    Stars: Dolly, Sona Mastan Mirza, Bharat Bhushan

    46. Pyar Karne Wale Kabhi Kam Na Honge (1995)

    Pyar Karne Wale Kabhi Kam Na Honge (1995)

    Stars: Sajaan, Rooplata, Rocky

    47. Teri Mang Sitaron Se Bhar Doon (1982)

    Teri Mang Sitaron Se Bhar Doon (1982)

    Stars: Nutan, Padmini Kolhapure, Raj Kiran

    48. Balwinder Singh Famous Ho Gaya (2014)

    Balwinder Singh Famous Ho Gaya (2014)

    Stars:Shaan, Gabriela Bertante, Mikhill Chandiramani, Mika Singh

    49. Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi (2014)

    Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi (2014)

    Stars: Siddharth Gupta, Simran Kaur Mundi, Somesh Agarwal

    50. My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves (2008)

    My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves (2008)

    Stars: Nikhil Dwivedi, Amrita Rao, Mithun Chakraborty

    Review: ‘My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves’ is an ordinary entertainer from E Niwas who tanked at the box office. The movie is just about all right. Nikhil Diwedi is making a really successful debut here. He’s fine, and in Bollywood, he definitely has a future. Amrita Rao gets a job that provides her with zero. As a father, Mithunda is marvellous. Anupam Kher is sophisticated. Pawan Malhotra is phenomenal. Mukesh Tiwari and Pandey’s Dayashankar are fine. There is a lot of grooming needed for Javed Shiekh. There is first-rate Saurabh Shukla. Anil Kapoor in an enthusiastic cameo appearance, Priyanka Chopra looks hot in a cameo as well.


    25+ 2020 latest movie list for Playing dumb charades

    1. Kaanchli Life in a Slough (2020)

    Kaanchli Life in a Slough (2020)

    Stars: Sanjay Mishra, Shikha Malhotra, Nareshpal Singh Chouhan

    Review: Kaanchli is the tale in which we find out how a woman has been tied under the custom of law by culture. The saga of her getting released from the shell of this serpent is Kaanchli. Vijaydan Detha, whose tale is focused on Kaanchli, is a renowned folklorist in the region, and the path is amazing. It produces really pretty scenes for shooting. The mixture of editing and sound would be up to the mark. Sanjay Mishra has little harm in acting when he speaks to the actors. The responsibility has been treated well by the film’s lead actress, who has the pressure of the entire movie on her hands. It is also outstanding for the rest of the artist. The plot is backed by Tsong and BGM. In complete, thank you to the Kaanchli producers for creating such an eye-opening film.

    2. Shukranu (2020)

    Shukranu (2020)

    Stars: Divyendu Sharma, Shweta Basu Prasad, Sheetal Thakur

    Review: I have really enjoyed this movie. Acting, storyline, costume, special effect all are very fantastic. The comic part is really awesome even the placement of the first song sung by Kailash Kher don’t stop to laugh.

    3. The Hundred Bucks (2020)

    The Hundred Bucks (2020)

    Stars: Kavita Tripathi, Rajesh Mishra, Dinesh Bawara

    4. Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan (2020)

    Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan (2020)

    Stars: Ayushmann Khurrana, Jitendra Kumar, Gajraj Rao

    Review: A love storey on a bold subject which should have been a path breaking movie turns out to be a damp squib unfortunately… Too bad!! Even though the film boasts of a stellar cast, none of them are able to do justice to their roles due to the weak script. Very few moments where u actually feel like laughing. Ayushman, as I had said in my last review needs to do something new. Doing the same thing time and again is not going to help. A fine opportunity wasted by the makers.

    5. Guns of Banaras (2020)

    Guns of Banaras (2020)

    Stars: Karann Nathh, Nathalia Kaur, Ganesh Venkatraman

    Review: Just watched. Whole time I was feeling it like seeing old Bollywood movies in late 80 and then 90s. However it is good movie different from recent Bollywood pop corn type stupid movies. Most of times storey sticks with real life situations. This is good thing about movie. Songs are footsteping. City of Banaras is well captured with camera. It is good to sée veteran actors like Vinod Khanna, Zarina Wahab, Mohan Agashe, Tej Sapru and Shipa Shirodkar. Fresh faces of hero, heroine and villian definitely gives you reilef from routine Bollywood boring faces. Good attempt to see a real storey line movie after long time in Bollywood. Once time watchable. You can take a chance.

    6. Thappad (2020)

    Thappad (2020)

    Stars: Taapsee Pannu, Pavail Gulati, Kumud Mishra

    Review: “Thappad”is an excellent movie with everything great about it. Everyone’s acting ranged from above average to brilliant with Tapsee Pannu and her husband being particularly special. The dialogue writer of this movie in my opinion was the true star as his/her dialogues were very hard hitting and hit the nail on the head at all times.

    7. O Pushpa I Hate Tears

    Stars: Krishna Abhishek, Karthik Jayaram, Arjumman Mughal

    Review: You will inevitably enjoy those who become a part of your life. This is the only thing/reality.  She thought Aditya had just fallen in love with her. but she experiences delusions as she learns that Aditya loved her just for her money He doesn’t want Pushpa. To get rid of Shyam, Aditya uses the hound.  However, he should be acquainted with Shyam and take control of her.  It is difficult to separate Shyam from Pushpa’s life or wealth.  Now Aditya is incapacitated and incapable of providing for Pushpa.  Aditya would what?

    8. Mrs. Serial Killer

    Stars: Krishna Abhishek, Karthik Jayaram, Arjumman Mughal

    Review: As bland as can be acting, with no plot, and a low budget, what have I just been through? Please don’t contact Netflix and also overdone Waste was extensive. Take my word for it.

    9. What Are the Odds

    Stars: Yashaswini Dayama, Karanvir Malhotra, Abhay Deol

    Review:Meghna Ramasamy truly delivers a fitting tribute to Wes Anderson’s genius in this insightful discussion of his own filmmaking technique.  The film is bright and cheerful, with little moments that make you smile and, and some that even make you laugh out loud. The cinematography is excellent with an overall aesthetic rating of 9/10. An odd-couple musical, an ordinary movie about the wonderful circumstances of a nearly unknown band on a quasi-magical journey.

    10. Chintu Ka Birthday

    Stars: Vinay Pathak, Tillotama Shome, Seema Bhargava

    review: The last thing standing in wartorn Baghdad is confusion. Would it be impossible for you to celebrate the birthday of everyone in Baghdad who made it in one piece? Both Vinay Path and Tillotama shine as a couple; Chintu has found a comfortable corner in your heart, and it is unusual for other members of the party to be tired; Inupiatick, however, looks good no matter how many times you catch him in in films.

    11. Chaman Bahaar

    Stars: Jitendra Kumar, Ritika Badiani, Bhuvan Arora

    review: This offers an entirely new perspective on affection, difficulties in life, which makes it appealing and special. Many people have an illusion that this movie will feature incredible storybook, complicated reality, and detailed and understandable explanations of everything while the director instead has chosen to use factual situations and understandable plots. Panwaadī (pronounced “pŏnˌwaˌdie”) is a storey about people, which includes the ongoing struggles of “of panwādāē”. All of his desires and struggles were carefully crafted to be presented in an expansive manner, including his dreams, because it was important to show how far he had come since he started his rise to fame. Though the movie’s music was a big influence in the book could have been written in a lot more descriptively and clarified a lot more. Overall, it’s an outstanding watch.

    12. Khaali Peeli

    Stars: Ishaan Khattar, Ananya Panday, Jaideep Ahlawat

    Review: This is a completely refreshing perspective on intimacy, passion, hardships of life. If you’re expecting another twisted fairytale from Bollywood, please stay away from this film because the director has chosen realism and rationality over dreamy sequences. This is a storey about the journey of “panwaadi,” which is based on real events. His aspirations, love, struggles, and development are all expertly depicted. However, the film’s music should have been much better. Overall, it’s a fantastic timepiece.

    13. London Confidential

    Stars: Mouni Roy, Purab Kohli, Kiren Jogi

    Review: So far, Zee5’s best work. In the past, Zee5 content was average, but with this film, I can confidently state that it is the best Zee5 film to date. They should keep producing such interesting and useful material. The plot, setting, and acting performances were all excellent in this film. The editing, as well as the screenplay, were also very competent. One of the few recent films that you can watch again and again. The film was filmed in some of London’s most beautiful locations. Purab Kohli gives a good output as a raw agent.

    14. Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare

    Stars: Konkona Sen Sharma, Bhumi Pednekar, Amol Parashar

    Review: This film, like her previous film “Lipstick Under My Burkha,” deals with difficult-to-communicate female problems, their inner liberty, and intricacies. However, unlike that film, where the problems were expertly interwoven with the script, DKAWCS tries too hard to incorporate them into the overall plot. In 120 minutes, the film seeks to cover a lot of ground and break a lot of taboos, which makes it fickle in the end. DKAWCS struggles to find its voice amid a talented cast.

    15. Halahal

    Stars: Barun Sobti, Sachin Khedekar, Manu Rishi Chadha

    Review: It’s a wonderful film based on a true storey. Barun does a great job after Asur, and the direction is also strong. The script isn’t up to scratch, but it’s still a really good film.

    16. Bahut Hua Samman

    Stars: Sanjay Mishra, Ram Kapoor, Raghav Juyal

    Review: These so-called “democratic citizens” who are protesting against Modi think it’s a totally hypocritical “hypocritical situation” to speak about “current India’s moral standards.” There are political issues that you can not bring into the theatre. It’s a masterpiece regardless of your political beliefs. It has been a while since I’ve seen this kind of ingenuity.

    17. Pepper Chicken

    Stars: Dipannita Sharma, Boloram Das, Monuj Borkotoky

    Review: This is a good action film. A quality film, with fine acting. Ramdas has been playing so well lately, and he is currently the guy to keep quiet. It was good for Dippita to see him back on his feet. Ratan Sharma’s instructions were easy to follow. A key issue with this film was its brevity; it was only about an hour and a half long. Thus, neither expanded facilities nor a more exciting turn and turn and twist took place in the movie.

    18. Ginny Weds Sunny

    Stars: Yami Gautam, Vikrant Massey, Ayesha Raza

    Review: Although the film’s plot was largely predictable, the performances were good, with interesting characters and dialogues, the presentation was great and unique. Shading of orange and red Most songs are good with fun melodies, but there are a few that try hard to sound catchy. If bollywood lovers are part of your target market, you can make sure to grab other bollywood movies for your subscribers.

    19. Kaali Khuhi

    Stars: Shabana Azmi, Satyadeep Misra, Sanjeeda Sheikh

    Review: Although the film plot was very predictable, it was well presented with a strong cast, characters, and dialogues. It’s colorful. Beautiful songs with catchy melodies. Netflix is supposed to take more movies like this to hold subscribers who love Bollywood movies.

    20. Anwar Ka Ajab Kissa

    Stars: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Pankaj Tripathi, Ananya Chatterjee

    Review: Nothing more than this movie can explain it, and it is an “ART”. I love all about it and can’t see myself surviving without it. filming of jaw-dropping beauty ethereal backdrop of film score It’s a relationship worth noting because it is both adorable and profitable. Nawaz’s performance is outstanding.

    21. Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari

    Stars: Fatima Sana Shaikh, Manoj Bajpayee, Abhishek Banerjee

    Review: It’s not a bad movie. The first half of the story is exciting, but the ending is dull or ordinary. Some debates are worth holding in. It plays a minor role in the film, but Diljit’s delivery is noteworthy. Mr. Pooja’s academic record leaves much to be desired. Which lady is Fatima? There are several such examples in the Koran.

    22. Namumkin Tere Bin Jeena

    Stars: Christeena Biju, Princy Biju, Swati Chauhan

    23. Eeb Allay Ooo!

    Stars: Shardul Bharadwaj, Mahender Nath, Nutan Sinha

    Review: There are “untouchable” individuals in the storey. It is to be compared to primates. The message of the movie is that faith can not be used to separate us.

    24. Indoo Ki Jawani

    Stars: Kiara Advani, Aditya Seal, Iqbal Khan

    Review: So far, so good! A subject that can be made more easily approachable and clever with a lighthearted approach, about staying sober when you go out with friends, handling online dating pitfalls, and not judging a book by its cover were all presented as good advice this movie. Both the lead actress and her friend were good in their respective roles, and their performances significantly improved the film. This would have been the movie I would have liked to have seen in the cinema with a tub of popcorn and a 12-pack of soda.

    25. Unpaused

    Stars: Gulshan Devaiah, Saiyami Kher, Richa Chadha

    Review: It’s a collection of five stories revolving around the current lockdown (in India). My favorites in order. Chand Mubarak > vishaanu > glitch > The Apartment > RAT-A-TAT. A light encounter that is also praiseworthy. Give it a try, you won’t be disappointed.

    26. Shakeela

    Stars: Pankaj Tripathi, Richa Chadha, Rajeev Pillai

    27. AK vs AK

    Stars: Anil Kapoor, Anurag Kashyap, Sonam Kapoor

    Review: Many actors play themselves in the movie Aasha’s life, such as Akhil Kapoor and Aanush Kapporowdhay and Aan, to give Aasha’s story an authentic feel. When there is an argument between anil Kapoor and Anurkashya, everybody puts pressure on Anurag, and Anurk is silenced from the industry. So he gets it out of the gate on his birthday that Anurag approaches, telling him that his daughter has been abducted and they must locate her before dawn the next day. The entire film will be shot in Anurag black and white, the black and white for his next movie. The rest of the story is about how Anil comes to meet his brother. It’s an excellent idea. The film Anil Kapoor’s theme looks just as energetic as standard and Kashyap has chosen to let the role.
    In comparison to Sonam Kapoor, who is even more tragic, the idea of her being held captive with a lot of makeup on is a slight inconvenience. Still, there isn’t a significant buildup at the end that compromises the performance, which is disappointing to the egos of the male superstars. As a whole, the AK vs. AK tends to be distinct from the akin terms of functionality.

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