6 Bollywood movies that are underrated yet extremely hilarious and entertaining…!

Which one is your favourite?

NewsBharati    22-Sep-2022 13:01:33 PM   
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Bollywood is changing with each passing day. The kind of movies we used to watch in the ’90s is somewhere missing, and millennials are not able to connect with most of the modern-day Bollywood movies like Bramhastra or Jayeshbhai Jordaar. In 90’s Movies used to be simple, not made with super high budgets but those used to hit the public, and these movies are evergreen.


Today I would like to talk about such 6 movies. Let’s walk down memory lane..!

1. Jhoot Bole Kauva Kate: A gem of a movie this was. Starring Anil Kapoor and Juhi Chawla, Sajid Khan, and Anupam Kher along with Reema Lagu and Amrish Puri in lead roles. This movie is a fun ride. The story was simple, so as Juhi Chawla’s look. No high make-up, No fancy costume a simple Indian Girl who feel in love with a simple boy, and who is scared of her father. And to convince the typical bollywood ladki ke bapu, they make a story. Which is hilarious and funny. This movie came in 1998. The songs and music were just on point. “Chand Kahu, Phul kahu subah kahu ya sham”, “Badi Mushkil hai” are songs which you can any time listen to lift up your mood. Go back and watch this evergreen movie just to feel better.


2. Ghar wali Bahar Wali: Another entertaining comedy movie is Ghar wali, Bahar Wali. Again It is an Anil Kapoor movie. Where opposite him there are two stars, Raveena Tondon and Rambha. All did a fantastic job in their respective roles. The story was predictable yet, it is super entertaining. And Kadar Khan’s acting was just on point. You can plan to watch this old but gold movie on Youtube on any weekend. This movie was also released in 1998. Seems like 1998 was the golden year for Anil Kapoor.

3. Hero no. 1: From David Dhavan’s no. 1 series I feel this one is the best one. This is a poor copy of Bawarchi however if we look at it as an individual film and not a remake you will love this movie because of two people. Govinda and Paresh Rawal. The way Paresh Rawal managed to perform a role double his age, is commendable. The dialogues, songs, and story are super entertaining. You can’t stop yourself from loving Govinda in this movie, especially in his cook’s attire. This movie was released in 1997. Sona kitna Sona hai, Sato janam tujhko pate and Mai tujhko bhaga laya hun tere ghar se are ever-green songs, loved by millennials.


Niharika Pole Sarwate

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