The Ten Best Streaming Sites Where You Can Watch Bollywood Movies For Free (part 1)

If you are a fan of Bollywood movies, you have come the right place. Here are ten of the best free, legal sites for streaming the Hindi movies you crave.

1. Zee5

Zee5 offers a large collection of Bollywood movies across all genres. You just need to browse the catalog for thumbnails without the “Premium” badge in order to find the free movies that you want to watch.

Zee5’s collection consists of both old and new films, including some in regional languages. It also features TV shows and news with decent speed and video quality. Moreover, this site requires no sign-up and is available globally.

2. Voot

With a wide selection ranging from the classics to new releases, Voot is considered to be one of the best free streaming sites for Hindi movies . Besides Hindi films, Voot also provides Kannad, Bengali, Telugu, and English offerings.

With a handy title search, this site is very easy to use and also provides news, TV shows, short films, and selections for kids.

Moreover, it supports multiple devices and has good apps for iOS and Android with high video quality across all platforms and applications. You also can enjoy reliable streaming speeds.

However, Voot is blocked outside of India, so if you want to access the service, you have to connect to an Indian server with your VPN.

3. Hotstar

Hotstar has a more extensive collection of free Bollywood movies than nay other sites. It doesn’t require you to sign up, so you don’t have to provide any personal information.

Look through the easy-to-navigate categories for thumbnails without the “Premium” badge if you want to find the free titles. Hotstar’s wide selection consists of romance, drama, comedy, and recently released TV shows and Hindi movies. For those who are sports fans, it also features live sports with smooth stream and great videos.

You can buy a Hotstar Premium subscription to avoid ads if you want.

Best Films on Netflix in India (part 1)

In its endeavors to win Oscars and please its 167 million individuals, Netflix has been spending billions into films as of late, inclusive of projects from or highlighting the likes of Martin Scorsese, Dwayne Johnson, and Michael Bay. You see, one of those — The Irishman — managed to rack up ten nominations for the streaming service at the Oscars in 2020. However, it did not work to leave away with a single prize. Netflix has likewise extended its movie endeavors in India in the previous year, declaring projects from the likes of Karan Johar, etc. Until further notice, however, its catalog’s strength is still the acquisitions. With more than 3,500 films, Netflix offers a more significant number of selections than some other India’s platforms. 

To pick the best films on Netflix, we depended on Metacritic, IMDb, and Rotten Tomatoes appraisals to make a list. Moreover, we utilized our editorial judgment to include or get rid of a couple. 

Here are the best movies at present accessible on Netflix in India, arranged one after another in order. 

1.

12 Monkeys (1995) 

The 1962 French short La Jetée inspired this film. Here, Bruce Willis – a prisoner is sent back to get familiar with the infection that cleared out almost the entirety of humankind. Terry Gilliam directs.

2.

12 Years A Slave (in 2013) 

Duped into slavery owing to an occupation, adaptation of Steve McQueen regarding a free New York dark man’s (Chiwetel Ejiofor) nineteenth-century memoir is a mind-boggling good story and a significant watch. 

3.

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 

In Stanley Kubrick’s profoundly influential science fiction film, humankind outlines a course for Jupiter with the conscious PC HAL 9000, to comprehend the discovery of a black monolith influencing human development. It’s not so much plot, but rather more an aural and visual experience.

“Legendary king” – Blockbuster epic from Bollywood

Even in its first release in India in November 2018, the film received strong attention from moviegoers and film critics. In addition to wanting to introduce to the audience the epic story from the land of curry, the filmmakers are not afraid to invest in the content but also pay special attention to the cinematic techniques. With a historical background from 300 BC, the “Legendary King” is known as one of the most costly and investment projects of the Indian film industry. Although compared with foreign markets, this budget is still much lower, but the quality of the film is not inferior to other Hollywood blockbusters.

The “legendary king” tells the historical story of one of the greatest emperors in Indian history, the founder of the Mauryan Empire. In the kingdom of Magadh in ancient India, Chandragupta Maurya – a boy who was born as a prince but had to live a life of slavery. Raised in a terrible situation, Chandragupta decided to reclaim his title and become the king of the largest empire ever in the Indian subcontinent. And through the talented mind of writer Medha Jadhav, Chandragupta’s life is described as one of the greatest visionaries the world has ever known.

In India, it is believed that great people are often born a hundred million years ago and that is also the luck of India when Chandragupta Maurya – the Great was born here. With the majestic and majestic historical background, the “Legendary King” filmmakers are also very elaborate and invest in a star movie scene that fits with history, while showing the splendor and wealth of the Maurya dynasty.

Besides the attractive content and cinematic nature, the movie “The Legendary King” also owns the famous actors faces and a series of impressive awards of Bollywood screens such as: Kartikeya Malviya as Chandragupta Maurya – Award Best Child Artist of 2017, Tarun Khanna as Chanakya – Best Supporting Actor Award in 2017, Saurabh Raj Jain as Dananan – Best Actor Award 2017.

Why did India become the center of Asian cinema? (Part 3)

India also actively participates in the world famous film festivals. Most recently at the Cannes Film Festival, India organized a show of their film in parallel with films in the framework of participating in Cannes. This is also one of the best ways to promote Indian cinema. Not only that , at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, the fact that actress Vidya Balana “takes” the role of a jury member is also a highlight that makes more people interested in the country’s films. Cannes Film General Director Thierry Frémaux also said: “Admirable history and tradition, the strong creative motivations of Indian filmmakers are a good example of immortal vitality”.

Because of the good promotion and quality of the films, many Indian films have been copyrighted in countries around the world. Endhiran, for example, has been shown in 300 cinemas around the world, including demanding markets such as North America, the United Kingdom, Spain and Japan.

The difference in the movies

If one has seen Indian films, the audience has found that the films of Indian cinema have left a deep impression. It is the music and dance elements that make up Indian film. Normally, music and dance are only found in music films but in India, these two elements are present in all films. Typically, a movie will appear songs and dances 3 to 4 times. The music is carefully selected for the melody, in addition to the choreography is also performed spectacularly with the participation of many people.

This difference makes Indian films unmistakable with any other film industry. In addition, audiences also enjoy watching movies when there is a mix of music and dance on the film. This can be considered as one of the factors that make up the strong attraction of Indian films.

Indispensable choreography in Indian films

There are large investments and widespread advertising, but Indian cinema has not achieved much success as expected. Indian and Bollywood films compared to major film industries like China and the US have not yet participated in major film festivals of the world such as Cannes or Oscar. The number of films won at these prestigious film festivals is just counted on the fingers. Blockbusters with high investment and quality have not achieved the revenue as “crisis” as foreign blockbusters. India still needs more breakthroughs to bring the film industry to a new level.

Why did India become the center of Asian cinema? (Part 1)

Discover the “tips” for Indian film products to become more popular around the world and much loved.

The names of Indian cinema in general and Bollywood in particular at the present time are not too strange to movie lovers. Bollywood is one of the important centers of Indian cinema. Nowadays, there are more than 40 years of development, it can be seen that this is a long journey of Bollywood to be recognized by the world as it is today.

What makes India gradually become the center of Asian cinema

India releases more than 1,000 movies each year in different genres, more than and the US film industry. This is the clearest evidence for the development of Indian cinema. So what made the face of Indian cinema the way it is now?

Great investment in cinema

If you have seen Indian and Bollywood films, you can realize that the investment in images, film studios, actors, techniques, etc. for these films is no less than any other major film industry. world. To create appeal for their films to audiences, film producers are willing to pour millions of dollars into their films.

The movie Asoka (2001) talks about the famous king of Indian cinema with a budget of Rs 130 million with majestic, shimmering scenes. In addition, filmmakers have made the setting, set to resemble India in the 200 BC most. The costumes of the actors in the movie are also carefully invested, in addition to the wide footage, the battle is also done spectacularly to bring good effects.

What makes India gradually become the center of Asian cinema?

Another movie, Veer (Brave Warrior, 2009), talks about the war against the colonial brother of the warrior Veer Pratap Singh, with an investment of about 46 million Rupee . In the 1920s, India was colonized by British colonists, to regain independence for the country, Veer’s father sent him to study abroad to learn about the enemy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anandi of ‘8-year-old bride’ is now a sexy girl (Part 2)

Avika Gor was born into a middle-class family. Her mother is a doctor, father is a business adviser. From a young age, she lived in velvet and raised her passion for art, especially dancing and singing. She has a dream of becoming a professional dancer before acting. The fate of bringing “8-year-old bride” to the screen was very accidental.

Having big round eyes, a tall nose and a sweet smile, Avika Gor when she grew up had a keen beauty, her face was more delicate than her childhood. The actress created sympathy because of the beauty of harmony with the traditional features of Indian women but still showed the personality and dynamism of modern women.

Besides acting, the 22-year-old actress also dreams of becoming a Miss Universe in the future. Currently, in addition to being an actor, Avika Gor also encroached on other fields such as singer and MC.

Not only that, she also encroached on the role of a writer. She attended screenwriting courses to release short films. She also actively brought her works to international film festivals. Avika does not hide her ambition in the future, her screenplay will be honored in the international arena.

Attractive beauty of “8-year-old bride” in adulthood. After many years, although the attraction and name of Avika Gor is no longer the same as before, she still works hard and is active in art.

She wishes to build an image of both smart and talented Indians who are both charming and astute. That is why she wants to participate in the Miss Universe India competition to be able to share her views and inspiration of life.

Her image on social networks is also diverse, youthful and dynamic, right for ages. Unlike many other Indian actors who are loyal to the traditional style, Avika Gor constantly innovates herself.

At the age of 22, Avika Gor takes care of his looks with the desire to become India’s multi-talented artist.

 

 

 

 

The romance between Bollywood star and Indian royal family in Love Ka Hai Hai Intezaar

With the story revolves around the life of Bollywood stars and royalty, Love Ka Hai Hai Intezaar is a movie that is extremely loved by Indian audiences.

Love Ka Hai Hai Intezaar (74 episodes) is a sweet combination between Bollywood stars Sanjeeda Sheikh and Keith Sequeira.

Sanjeeda Sheikh first appeared with the role of Nimmo in the TV drama Kayaa Hoga Nimmo Kaa in 2005. She later participated in a number of works such as Kayamath 2007, Kya Dill Mein Hai 2008 especially in 2014 she achieved. It was a great success thanks to the role of Durga Thakur – an aspiring young woman in Ek Hasina Thi.

Not only good at acting, Sanjeeda Sheikh also has the ability to dance and dance very skillfully when winning the Nach Baliye 3 competition in 2007. This talent is thoroughly used by her in the movie When the rich lover plays Kamini Mathur – a successful, beautiful Bollywood actor.

In order to fulfill the role, Sanjeeda Sheikh choreographed several dance moves: “I like dancing. When music comes out, I often think of dance steps and I feel it is very special.”
The movie goes like this

Maharaja – a prince from a royal family of Rajasthan. He is a standard, stubborn man who lives simply and responsibly. Despite a luxurious life, he still treasures small things in life and human love. He also wanted to find his true love, love himself, not his identity and wealth.

Two souls are in tune – Kamini and Maharaja are in love with love and love each other. But fate is irony, Maharaja is married and a daughter named Madhavi. At the same time knowing that truth, Kamini also found himself carrying the drops of Maharaja’s blood. To protect her daughter, her family supports the decision to keep the baby in the abdomen by leaving India to Canada to live.

After 20 years, Kamini returned to live in Mumbai with his mother and daughter Mohini. However, Mohini always thought that Kamini was his sister and not his mother. Life is ironic when Mohini gets into a love triangle with Madhavi – a half-sister with her mother.

Is that true that Indian movies are just dancing and singing?

In the 1970s, the era when Bollywood passed Hollywood in terms of the number of films released was also the coronation period of the film called “chocolate box”, with a nice cover like a box of chocolates, but inside is empty.

The script is written according to the formula, the plot is often or stereotyped with many scenes of singing and dancing. The main actors hardly sing with real voices but only sing in a lip-sync style. The directors became hired mercenaries and film-makers, depending on the contract, they even filmed dozens of films in the same year.

The 1970s was also the period when India exported films abroad, primarily to serve the needs of overseas Indian communities. From Mauritius to Canada, from the Middle East to the United Kingdom, audiences watch movies in the same style. For the majority of audiences, the first image of Bollywood is the film of the Golden Age of musicals, watching to kill time, watching to relax the mind, but little is left in the mind.

In the 1980s and 1990s, there were many criminal detective films, talking about gangs , money controls life, human’s greed, corruption in society became an interesting topic. Besides, Indian cinema still exploits love films for couples, family ties.

Indian films became more modern in form and from the 90s onwards marked the coronation of a new generation of actors (Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Govinda, Nana Patekar, Sunil Shetty, Akshay Kumar, actresses). Sridevi, Madhuri Dixit, Juhi Chawla, Kajol, Manisha Koirala, Urmila Matondkar, Karishma Kapoor …).

Among them, the most famous Indian silver screen star is the Shahrukh Khan idol, whose name has been established since 1992. These names follow steps like seniors and sisters like Rajesh Khanna, Dharmendra (1960), and Amitabh Bachchan, Mithun Chakraborty, Anil Kapoor, Hema Malini, Jaya Bachchan, Rekha (1970-1980) to conquer foreign audiences.
The number of Indian films won at international film festivals such as Cannes, Berlin, Venise or Toronto are not many. Meanwhile, movies from Iran, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, and China often appear on festivals or at international film awards. More than 100 years after the launch of the first Indian film, Indian cinema is still on the way to find a shining opportunity to win a good position in viewers’ eyes.

‘English Vinglish’ – small story, great message

The film takes place in modern Indian society with three elements of money, fame and English playing an important role in assessing and recognizing someone. The main character of English Vinglish is Shashi – a typical traditional Indian woman. She has no high schooling, day and day stays at home making cakes, cooking and taking care of her husband and children. Shashi’s weak at English and is always ridiculed by the whole family, from her husband to two children. The turning point came when her sister in America invited the whole family to attend the wedding ceremony of her niece.

When Shashi first stepped out of India, Shashi was startled when he came to New York. She decided to attend a short-term English training class in the United States to be able to communicate with people here and most of all, seek respect. Through many awkward and humorous situations, Shashi gradually overcomes her shyness and becomes a confident, courageous woman with more liberal thoughts than before.

English Vinglish is quite similar to the film that won the Oscar for Best Picture of 2011 – The King’s Speech. Along with the story of the disabled people in communication, the film of Indian cinema is more humorous and fresh than British one. The situation in the film is quite simple, just a traditional Indian woman wants to learn English to seek acceptance and respect, but the filmmakers know how to put in elements of very unique cultural conflict in the movie.

English Vinglish marks the return of Sridevi – one of the greatest actresses of Hindi cinema – after a decade of absence. Nearly 50 years old, but her face is still attractive with delicate features that fascinate viewers. Sridevi’s acting is also completely convincing and hypnotizes the audience to follow each of Shashi’s emotions in the inner conflict. Music is also an attractive highlight in English Vinglish with modern, busy songs, especially the song that appears in the middle of the film is very interesting and impressive.

6 life lessons from the movie ‘3 idiots’

While Farhan chose to study mechanics just because he was obedient to his father, Raju, though dreaming of becoming an engineer but too heavy in studying to make money to change his family life, Rancho learned because he craved knowledge and wanted to apply it to solve the problems of life.

Influenced by Rancho and attitude, Farhan boldly pursued his passion for photography, while Raju studied with a different mind.

The film pleases viewers with a happy ending and many lessons that are still true in education as well as in real life.

1. Don’t run after success

Rancho once said, don’t follow success, but achieve excellence first, success will find you.

This was proved by Rancho when he got the highest grade in exam and later became a famous and wealthy inventor, while in school, he did not care about good grades or achievements.
2. Creativity

Be creative in answers, at work and things that help you improve your abilities.

Rancho demonstrated his creativity, improvisation in mischief and in applying his knowledge to life. Typically, he helped the principal’s daughter to give birth safely in the event of a complete blackout.

3. Study everywhere

It is not just in the classroom or listening to the new lesson teacher is learning, but we can study everywhere. You just need to grasp the knowledge and develop it.

4. Do with passion

Are you passionate about what you are doing? You need to love the work you are doing and that’s when you can do bigger things with a very comfortable mind.

5. Never race

Don’t race just because other people do it too. Always try to acquire knowledge and expertise.

6. Say “Everything is fine”

Perhaps this is the most mentioned sentence in 2009 in India. Rancho’s mantra helped him and his friends escape fear. Rancho said: “This statement will not solve all problems but it will certainly help us face the problem.”