Best Hindi Movies On Netflix

Few years ago, Bollywood and Hindi films have been accused of plagiarism, be it the entire story dialogue, music or above them all the movie posters. But recently there has been a drastic improvement in the quality. Despite not having great budget, actors like Rajkummar Rao, Ayushmann Khurrana, Ranveer Singh and many more delivered some quality movies, which just made a remarkable history.

So here is a list of some quality content best Hindi movies available on Netflix.

  • Tare Zameen Par (2007)

No other movie in this list is as emotional as this one. This movie is the narrative of an eight-year-old who despises school and studies and everything else as his overbearing parents ask him to. A must watch movie for Indian parents.

  • A Wednesday (2008)

A man calls up Mumbai Police and tells them he has placed 5 bombs in the city all set to blast in some time. He wants four terrorists in exchange. ‘A Wednesday’ has never been made in the history of Indian cinema, which is why it stands out to be more special for watchers.

  • OMG: Oh My God! (2012)

A movie that rightfully challenges the various preconceptions surrounding religion, blind worshipping and beliefs that are carried even by professional companies. A defining satire, ‘OMG’ is a must watch for every citizen.

  • Special 26 (2013)

The film was unique in the sense that it had a very indigenous feel to it as it was inspired by the 1987 Opera House heist in Mumbai where a group of fraudsters masquerading as CBI officers executed an income tax raid on a jewellery shop. It had everything that you look for in a heist thriller.

  • Highway (2014)

This film begins with Veera, the daughter of a rich businessman, who is abducted from a petrol pump just before the day of wedding and her fiancé does nothing. Storyline of this movie delivers a straight message to the society condemning the child abusers.

  • Queen (2014)

To regard ‘Queen’ as just a comedy flick would be grossly undermining its nuanced brilliance. The movie revolves around a girl named Rani, who sets off on a lone-honeymoon to Paris following a break-up with her fiancé and makes new acquaintances in the city of romance.

  • Baahubali: The Beginning (2015)

This movie is Indian cinema’s answer to Hollywood’s epics. Made of a budget of over 250 crores, Baahubali is one of the costliest films ever made in India. It is known for its action sequences and extensive VFX. Baahubali broke many nuances on the art of Indian film-making with its never-before-seen computer graphics in India’s history.

  • Piku (2015)

If you think ‘Piku‘ is a just another comedy movie with jokes about constipation and bowel movements, think again. ‘Piku’ is the only film in the list that proudly and strongly wears the badge of feminism. This movie offers us a vision of men in women’s world and and not the other way around that almost all the films show.

  • Pink (2016)

‘Pink’ deals with the issue of entitlement amongst men and society’s sickening judgmental behaviour. ‘Pink’ has its fair share of flaws too but it also has a solid script, splendid performances and its heart in the right place. It is a film tackled and shattered the stereotypes prevalent in our society.

  • Andhadhun (2018)

This movie is a narrative of Akash, a piano player who feigns blindness to earn sympathy. To the viewers it is revealed early in the film that Akash isn’t blind, just pretends to be. He falls for Sophie, who is amazed by Akash’s talent despite blindness.

So, choose from the best collection you want and make yourself entertained by watching best quality content available on Netflix.

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