Exellent Indian Movies that are meaningful and worth watching

Slumdog Millionaire


Looking at the name of the movie, you will probably imagine some part of the content of the Rat’s Millionaires. It tells the story of a young man from Juhu slum in Mumbai. Once, he participated in the Who will be a Millionaire TV game and correctly answered all the questions that surprised the whole audiences and the organizers, the officers suspected he had used tricks or cheating. However, no one knows that, the answer he gives is a memorable experience in his miserable childhood.

Slumdog millionaire was nominated for 10 Oscars in 2009 and won 8 awards and many other awards such as: Best Film, Best Director, Best Adaptation Screen, Best Editing, Spinning best movie, best soundtrack and best movie song …
Haider

Haider is the third part of the Shakespearean trilogy of works after Maqbool (2003) and Omkara (2006). The film impresses by the perfect, sophisticated and unique combination of Indian filmmaking style and the British play in water.

Haider is a film about politics – crime was launched in 2013. The film is considered a “modern version” of the classic Hamlet play (William Shakespeare). Haider was a poet, he returned to Kashmir at the height of the conflict (in 1995) to find answers about his father’s disappearance and was eventually dragged into the state’s political spiral.
English Vinglish


India has always been looking down on women and English Vinglish has affirmed the position of women in modern society. The film revolves around the character Sashi who is often looked down upon by her husband and children because she stays at home as a housewife all day.
She came to the English class and only in her class that everyone was treated equally. Although she is too old to go to class, it is Sashi’s everyday joy. In addition to humorous and touching sence, the film also contains deep humanistic values ​​about the fate of women in society when despised.