10 great Bollywood movies of Indian cinema (Part 2)

3. Magadheera

This is a film with a mythical color about the law of reincarnation. The beginning of the film “Magadheera” is the context of the 1600s, when Mughal ruled over parts of North India. At that time, Kalabhairava (Ram Charan Teja) was the most formidable and most important warrior in the kingdom of Udaigarh. He and Princess Mithra Vinda Devi (Kajal Aggarwal) fall in love, but her cousin Ranadheer Billa (Dev Gill) stops and causes the couple to die.

400 years later, Kalabhairava reincarnated as Harsha (Ram Charan Teja) to meet Princess Mithra Vinda Devi as Indu, while the Billa Ranadheer is Raghveer. Harsha saves Indu from Raghveer’s evil hand and tells her their previous life. At first, Indu didn’t believe him, but when he saw the memories of his past life, she realized Harsha was telling the truth. Harsha finally killed Raghveer and the two were together forever.

4. English Vinglish

No longer confined to the border of India, Bollywood boldly seeks more attractive contexts for its films and “English Vinglish” is a good example of being filmed in the United States.

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A traditional Indian woman, Sashi (Sridevi), was despised by her own husband for not having high education and spending all day only at the house to fulfill his duties as a wife and mother. The turning point came when Sashi’s sister invited the whole family to America to attend her grandmother’s wedding. Arriving at the magnificent New York, Sashi inevitably became overwhelmed and decided to join a short-term English class to integrate with everyone here. It was this time to learn English that helped Sashi overcome her inferiority towards her, and at the same time make everyone in the family look more respectful to her and be treated equally.

Having a culture of men and women, English Vinglish is a more open voice about the status of women in modern society. In addition to the humorous and moving segments, the film also appeals to viewers because of the profound human message contained in the film.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Like Stars on Earth- Interesting and meaningful Indian movie

This is a film directed by Aamir Khan and also the main actor, produced by Aamir Khan Production. This is a great film on the topic of educating young children, not only meaningful for parents and teachers, but even the generation of teenagers can find themselves when watching it.

Ishaan, an 8-year-old boy with a poor academic record, was sent to a boarding school by his parents, where he was found to have dyslexia. In that place, he was filled with fear and guilt, was looked down on by teachers and friends, who considered him useless, unable to learn anything, but no one knew deep inside him was a world full of colors. Until the drawing teacher Nikumbh (Aamir Khan) moves to teach his class and discover the gift of his inner talent.

From making friends with Ishaan, respecting, listening, learning and sharing like two friends, Nikumbh helped the boy overcome difficulties in reading, step by step bringing him to the outside world. For the first time in her life, Ishaan felt like he was appreciated and evaluated fairly.

By the end of the year, Nikumbh organized an art creation competition for all teachers and students in the school, the contest was judged by a famous artist invited to school. Nikumbh knows that this will be an opportunity for Ishaan to show off her talents, let people see and recognize the innate ability of the boy, and that will help him be more confident. Prominent with his creative style, Ishaan won an absolute victory, Nikumbh was runner-up with a painting of Ishaan boy with sparkling eyes, bright innocent smile, passionate fiery red hair .

When Ishaan’s parents came to the school on the closing day, meeting Nikumbh and the boy’s harsh father could only say a word to thank Nikumbh from bottom of heart.

With deep human values, gentle storyline that touched by the perfect acting of the two main actors. The film shocked many parents to realize their selfishness in educating their children.