The underrated Indian movies to watch today (Part 1)

There come a couple of quality films that can bring sanity back in your boring life. Such good movies in Bollywood is available. It is just that you do not hear a lot about them owing to the mainstream commercial movies’ marketing gimmicks that these ones may not, in general, afford.

Below, we have rounded up some of the underrated films that will be able to satiate your expectation for top-quality cinema. Without further ado, let’s discover what they are.

‘Masaan’ movie (in 2015)

It manages to follow two story arcs which are separately set. The setting is in Varanasi; the stories converge in the end. The first follows Devi’s journey. She has to tackle the severe loss of her boyfriend. At the same time, the character has to get over the guilt that she feels for the dead. The latter follows Deepak’s journey. This one comes from a family which burns funeral pyres from the Varanasi ghats. Critics highly appreciated the movie, and it also won a couple of awards in the Cannes Film Festival. 

Titli ( in 2015)

In Delhi’s underbelly’s badlands, Titli is a young member of a brotherhood that is violent car-jacking. He plots a bid to go away from the family business that is as shady as hell. His unruly brothers thwart the schemes. They try and marry him off without his willingness. Still, Titli manages to find an ally in Neelu – the new wife. She also nurtures her frustrated dreams. 

Ankhon Dekhi (in 2013)

Rajat Kapoor directed this film. It is known as a man’s bittersweet tale. He has an epiphany. This character only believes what he witnesses with his naked eyes. The actor who stars as the man has shown a perfect performance as a middle class family’s patriarch that lives in Old Delhi.