The underrated Indian movies to watch today (Part 3)

10. Ugly (in 2014)

It is one neo-noir psychological thriller movie that Anurag Kashyap directed. It tells a terrible corruption tale, systemic violence, and indifference which begins to unfold when an aspiring actor’s 10-year-old daughter disappears. 

11. I Am Kalam (in 2010)

One boy derives inspiration from A. P. J. Abdul Kalam – India’s late former President and chooses to change the name to Kalam. Also, the rural boy harbors the wish to meet the visionary once throughout his lifetime. Harsh Mayar – the child actor, received the Film Award at the national level for the Best Child Artist for the movie. 

12. Dasvidaniya (in 2008)

The movie starring Vinay Pathak tells the story of one man who figures out to have only three months to live. So, he creates a list of ten things and tries to realize them. This movie was highly appreciated.

13. 15 Park Avenue (in 2005)

This movie stars Konkona Sen Sharma as Meethi who experiences schizophrenia. The movie traces the relationship of Meethi with Anjali – her older sister, played by Shabana. Directed by Aparna Sen, it won the Film Award at the national level for the Best Feature Movie in English. 

14. Matrubhoomi: A Nation Without Women (in 2003)

The movie talks about the gender imbalance in society as well as presenting the near future’s fictional account when there will be few women remained in the country. It is considered a wake-up call for the community with discrimination based on gender.

15. Rockford (in 1999)

It is the story about one boy, Rajesh – he moved in Rockford Boys’ High School. Here, he experiences the agony and joy of living in one all-male boarding school, knowing how to take care of himself without his parents’ safety. This movie carries the filmmaker’s trademark subtle brilliance. Enjoy it fully!