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.

Top 10 best Indian movies of all time (Part 1)

Today, Indian films are increasingly gaining a place in the hearts of audiences, not only providing profound lessons but also bringing special emotions to viewers. Here are ten movies that you absolutely cannot miss.

Like Stars on Earth (Taare Zameen Par)

Like Stars on Earth, also known as the “special boy” brought many awards including the best foreign film award (2009). The film revolves around an eight-year-old boy who dislikes school and drops all the tests, he finds it difficult to keep up with his classmates, teachers and classmates. despised him, but no one realized that he was an artistic genius. His parents thought he was mentally retarded and sent Ishaan to boarding school, where he became even more depressed and scared. However, Ishaan’s situation completely changed when he met Ram Shankar Nikumbh – a new teacher. He realized Ishaan had dyslexia and, with his dedication and professionalism, Nikumbh succeeded in curing and bringing interest in Ishaan’s language and mathematics.

Queen

Queen is a film that received a lot of praise as well as achieved a large number of tickets sold in theaters in 2014, and received many awards for actors and directors of the film. This is a story about a young woman, Rani Mehra, one day before she got married, her fiancé told her that he no longer wanted to marry her, he explained that their way of life too different, he was liberal and she was a conservative. Too stunned with his decision, she decided to go on her honeymoon alone. After that trip, she made good friends, and changed herself to become more confident, making her husband “miss” regret.

PK (Peekay)

PK (Peekay) is a science fiction and humorous film, received positive reviews from the audience and received very high sales. The film is one of India’s most famous films of 2014.

‘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.