Bollywood Movies Women Must Watch

Recall when well-known singer Beyonce stated, “Who runs the world? Young ladies!” Well, ladies are demonstrating it directly with their success. Thus, to praise this International Women’s Day, we have shortlisted some of the best ladies situated movies that will cause you to feel engaged and believe that you are no less compared to men. 

1. Mary Kom 

Mary Kom manages to throw stereotypes about female people to the wind. It likewise legitimately reveals to us that getting married doesn’t affect our career life; however, it instead supports it. Giving us understanding into the biography of India’s unbelievable female fighter Mary Kom, this film will move you to benefit as much as possible from your life and get energetically. 

2. Sovereign 

We don’t need to reveal to you how astonishing Kangana was in Queen and how perfectly she changed from a hesitant young lady into a solid and free lady, who stood firm for herself and enjoyed her honeymoon alone. 

3. Pink 

What better film to begin your Women’s Day with than Pink. The Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu demonstrated that we should quit deciding on ladies by what they wear. This film additionally discusses sexual consent in its most extreme detail. 

4. Kahaani 

This film is about a pregnant lady who plots, controls, and essentially attempts each damn technique to discover her better half’s killer as well as avenging his death. Coordinated by Sujoy Ghosh and featuring Vidhya Balan in the lead, this film is loaded with turns that will keep you at the edge of your seat! Additionally, this film will support your certainty and instruct you that there’s nothing you CANNOT do!

5. Mardaani

Rani Mukherjee understands the way of playing a strong character. Mardaani is a film that you will be able to see one woman in the uniform handing criminals.

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42. Lahore (in 2010)

This movie that Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan directed is overall a sports film that is set on the backdrop in Indo-Pak. The story is of one cricketer that turns kickboxer so as to avenge his brother’s death.

43. Salaam Bombay! (in 1988)

Mira Nair directed the film. It chronicles the daily life of children who live on Mumbai’s streets. It won the Film Award at the National level for Best Feature Movie in Hindi. It was even nominated for the Academy Award for the Best Foreign Language Film. Great!

44. B.A. Pass (in 2012)

Ajay Bahl directed this neo-noir film. It is based on one short story, Mohan Sikka’s The Railway Aunty. It is one story looking at a new life’s fatal promise. When Mukesh encounters Sarika at one kitty party, he hardly knows of the city as well as its ways, aside from the means to survive. The thing that follows is one twist of destiny, one kind of story which shows up in the tabloids as crime’s heinous acts.

45. Black Friday (in 2007)

The Anurag Kashyap film is based on the Mumbai bomb blasts in 1993. It was so controversial that the film did not gain the certification by the Censor Board for three years. It was ultimately released in 2007 since the Supreme Court allowed it after the ’93 Bombay case’s verdict was eventually delivered by the TADA court. Watch it!

46. Shor in the City (in 2011)

Raj Nidimoru, as well as Krishna D.K, directed it. It revolves around the central characters who encounter challenges in Mumbai.

47. Shaurya (in 2008)

It is one Indian courtroom drama film in 2008 directed by Samar Khan. It stars Rahul Bose, Kay Kay Menon, Minissha Lamba, and Javed Jaffrey. It revolves around a Muslim officer’s court-martial.

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36. Hulla (in 2008)

This movie starring Sushant Singh and Rajat Kapoor in leading roles is the story of one stockbroker who finds himself one new home. Yet, the real deal begins when he discovers that he can’t sleep due to the loud whistle that the night-watchman blew. This leads him into one conflict with the secretary of the building – this person insists on the whistle use.

37. Liar’s Dice (in 2013)

This is one road film starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Geetanjali Thapa in lead roles. The movie deals with the matter of the human cost regarding migration to cities as well as the issue of migrant laborers cum their exploitation. The movie received up to two National Film Awards. Watch it!

38. Sulemani Keeda (in 2014)

Amit V Masurkar directed it. This is one comedy about the struggling writers who peddle “Sulemani Keeda” – the screenplay in Bollywood as well as embarking on one journey that you can’t miss.

39. Raghu Romeo (in 2003)

Rajat Kapoor directs this film. It stars Vijay Raaz in the leading role. Raghu Romeo is known as the story of one employee at one strip club who kidnaps his beloved actress to save this one from the mob hitmen. It won the Film Award at the National level for Best Feature Film in Hindi. Watch it!

40. The movie, Kya Dilli Kya Lahore (in 2014)

It marks the directorial debut of Vijay Raaz – the actor. The first look of the film, which is one war drama set in 1948 – the post-Independence period, was produced at the Wagah Border itself. This movie is one light-hearted take considering the Indo-Pak partition. Don’t miss it!

41. Dil Dosti Etc. (in 2007)

It is about the ambiguities of the college years. Its premise is as you are young, you trust that the possibilities are endless. 

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29. Firaaq (in 2008)

Firaaq follows various individuals’ lives – they were victims in the Gujarat riots in 2002. The film is considered the directorial debut of Nandita Das – an actress as well as winning two National Film Awards. Enjoy it!

30. Miss Lovely (in 2014)

It follows the Duggal brothers’ story – they produce sex-horror films around the 1980s. The younger brother, who Nawazuddin Siddiqui played, gets attracted to one mysterious young woman, which results in his downfall. The film attained the National Film Award – One Special Jury Award. Watch it!

31. Haasil (in 2003)

It is based in Allahabad that the student politics in one university takes one nasty turn. This film has achieved cult status across the years. 

32. Samay: When Time Strikes (in 2003)

This movie is the story of one cop who was played by Sushmita Sen – this character is on the hunt for one serial killer. The movie won one National Film Award for its best editing. 

33. Jalpari: The Desert Mermaid (in 2012)

Directed by Nila Madhab Panda, it stars Harsh Mayar. The great movie focuses on the issue of female foeticide. It succeeded in winning Cannes’ Award of MIP Junior Kids Jury in October 2012.

34. Ek Hasina Thi (in 2004)

The neo-noir movie, directed by Sriram Raghavan, is one woman’s story – she is Urmila Matondkar. She gets involved with one man (Saif Ali Khan) – he sets her up for one crime that she has not committed. Then, she tries to set out for revenge as she sets him up.

35. Mithya (in 2008)

It is directed by Rajat Kapoor and stars Neha Dhupia, Ranvir Shorey, Naseeruddin Shah, as well as Vinay Pathak in pivotal roles. Here, the story is about one small-time actor asked to impersonate one gangster by the police as well as how to get out of the mess.