Top 10 Favorite Bollywood Movies List - Most popular movies of all time

When I was looking at some of my favorite movies of the decade, I was glad that slowly but surely some feminist films started to be made in Bollywood. I wondered why not present a list of 10 Bollywood Favorite films from this decade and give gifts to Bollywood lovers! Movies have the power to arouse many emotions in us. They can make us laugh, cry, and even make our lives better. Movies have many genres like action, comedy, horror, drama, thriller, etc. but the most memorable is the genre of inspiration.

Top 10 Favorite Bollywood Movies List

It is interesting for everyone to see a character alive through hard work and to be a winner. Emotions like love, perseverance, and determination are portrayed in the inspirational film. Want to shake yourself politely and kick something? We list some movies that you can always feel when you feel less

I love that 10 Bollywood feminist movies and I hope you are fascinated and inspired by this list just like me! So this list could be longer because I like a few more films but only now! I hope you are equally impressed and inspired by this list of mine. 

List of 10 Best Favorite Movies of All Time.

1. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013)

It was the real-life story of the Flying Sikh - world champion runner and Olympian Milkha Singh, who became one of India's most iconic athletes due to his family, genocide, and subsequent homelessness. He disrespected the biggest race of his life at the 1960 Rome Olympics. But through the darkness, he finds the light of redemption.

The film, not only portrayed Milkha Singh as the Steel Man but also showed his fear, weakness, aspiration, and downfall. Farhan Akhtar was an interesting choice as a sports star. Farhan underwent both physical and mental changes to interpret him as an athlete. Her transformation took 13 months of hard work and dedication to fitness.

In an interview with a leading daily, Farhan said, "I have completely changed my lifestyle for movies. I have changed my diet as well as my sleep patterns. Many friends felt that I was avoiding them because I had to sleep until ten o'clock at night." The film was inspiring. Because it spoke of dignity, dedication, and discipline, which gave Milkha Singh the ultimate victory. Farhan was also on the path to rebuilding himself to achieve the near-impossible task of playing the role of a real-life athlete.

2. Neerja (2016)

Neerja Vanot who does not know this name! He was only 23 at the time. A model, an air hostess, and a true citizen of the country. At the age of 23, Neerja learned that our duty, patriotism, and humanity are paramount. Neerja Vanot showed that courage is not only a woman's gem but also the time when a woman was wearing abla.

On 5 September 1949, the Pan M63 flight stopped at Karachi Airport and hijacked the plane there. Neerja warned the pilots in time and did not allow the plane to take off. Out of 399 passengers, Neerja saved the lives of 359 passengers. In this attempt, Neerja shot him in the back. The terrorists were caught. Neerja Vanot was posthumously awarded the Ashoka Chakra and several other awards. The government of Pakistan and the US government awarded Neerja several titles. A stamp was issued in the name of Nirjar and an award was also launched for a brave woman in his name.

3. Dangal (2016)

Today, the whole country not only knows the Fogat sisters, but they are also considered worthy daughters of their country. A few years ago, these sisters also listened to the jokes of society and stood in the way of wrestling. Some writers say that behind every successful woman there is a father who knows that he can do everything. One such father is Mahabir Singh Fogat of Haryana. And Nitesh Tiwari made a picture about Mahavir Singh's dream. This film is produced by Aamir Khan.

Aamir Khan invited Gita and Babita Fogat to their show Satyamev Jayate in 2016. Talking to the Fogat sisters on this show was quite inspiring when they said that their father does not differentiate between son and daughter. And Mahabir Singh Ji realized his daughter's dream of winning gold for India. Today, five girls from the Fogat family are at the top of the country in terms of wrestling.

Dangal is a sensitive and inspirational film. The hard training of Gita and Babita from the father, the jokes of the villagers, the dishonesty of the two sisters at school, and all these fights make it very interesting to become an international wrestling champion. All the actors in the film are dead.

4. Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar

Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar is a film that taught the two of us - the importance of hard work and honesty and the value of family. Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar was founded in a small town in Nainital, where the annual bicycle race was the biggest sporting event of the year. In which, all the school children took part in winning the title. Shekhar Malhotra (Deepak Tijori) won the competition for two years in a row by an arrogant and rich Brett from Rajput College. 

Sanju (Aamir Khan) and Ratan (Mamik) are brothers who attend model school and also run a small cafe with their father. His father (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) shows his eldest son Ratan his desire to become a cyclist. Brothers differ in their personality. On the one hand, Ratan is the right son, on the other hand, Sanju is a prankster and a sea. Shekhar played dirty and injured Ratan before the game. Ratan is completely shattered as he cannot fulfill his father's dream. Seeing his brother in such a condition, Sanju decided to avenge the insult by running and defeating Shekhar. The film was inspiring because it spoke to determination and the power to speak.

5. Dream Girl (2019)

The film, which is in support of women's empowerment and respect, is special because actor Ayushman Khurana is not in the role of Puja. You are right that Ayushman, who played the role of Karam in the film, is actually talking to people as a woman.

Karam took the voice of a woman from his childhood and because of this skill, he sometimes played the role of Sita in the play and sometimes Draupadi. Looking for work, Karam arrives at a friend ship call center and attends to people calling there is a voice of worship. This work has started giving good income to Karam and improving his financial condition. While doing this, Karam suddenly realizes that he is deceiving people by becoming a false worshiper. He may even realize that people are lonely, and there is no one very close to sharing his pain, but only such call centers are being abandoned so quickly. And the power to share the pain of all can only be in a woman, be she a widow, a celibate or an unmarried woman. Our society is so incomplete without women.

Congratulations to author Digdarshan Raj Shandilya for highlighting this theme of female empowerment in the male character. The best example of women's empowerment and respect comes when Karam's fiance Mahi praises her work and the whole world seems to be cheating on Karam.

Looking at this picture, it is understood that no matter the age, Sita of Satyug, Radha in Treta age, and all of us in Kali Yuga come out in every form to fulfill the imperfection of a strong woman's life.

6. 3 Idiots (2009)

3 Idiots have taught us that no matter what your problem is in life ... just say “all is well” ... it may not solve your problem but it will give you the courage to face it. "The second is" will pursue the pursuit of excellence and success "Third is the third," life is not about achieving numbers, but grades chase your dreams. "

7. Lagaan (2001)

Cricket is the second religion in India. Ashutosh Gowariker's engagement with Aamir Khan in the lead role gave it an underdog story and killed enough audience insanity to make it. The film takes you back to the time of British colonial rule in India when the British were levying huge taxes on the villagers.

8. Hichki (2018)

Another female-centric film, another unbalanced state of mind - Challenges to Tourette Syndrome, another story of a warrior! Yes! Hitch!

Released in 2016, the film features Hitchhiker Girl as Rani Mukherjee. The film is directed by Siddharth Malhotra and the story is based on a true biography. The author of this story is Brad Cohen. Based on Brad's book 'Front of the Class', the film made the world aware. In the film, the queen is portrayed vividly because of this state of mind, hiccups while speaking, strange voices and feelings of shame. The curse of the society during Tourette's syndrome, the father's rejection of her, the difficulty in getting a job, the queen i.e. Miss Mathur has reached the audience well.

9. Mary Kom (2014)

Released in 2014, the film shows a new ray of hope for women fighting for their existence in sports. Mary gained worldwide recognition as a successful athlete after winning the 2006 World Boxing Championships. After winning a bronze medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics, author Sevin Cadres was fascinated by Mary's life and thought of writing a script for a film about her. Omung Kumar yes asked permission and made a film for Mary.

10. Highway (2014)

Many readers will be surprised to read this title. To date, there is no mention of women's empowerment in the review of this film. The image was always in discussion to reflect Stockholm Syndrome. In my view, writer-director Imtiaz Ali has opened many doors for women's inner freedom through Stockholm Syndrome.

It is also a freedom to seek your freedom outside the home with your own abductor and show it to your family and society. Alia Bhatt played the role of Bira in the film, who was sexually abused as a child and suffocated in her own home. When Bira is abducted and taken away from the city, he gradually feels relief from that suffocation and falls in love with his abductor Mahabir.

So this was my Bollywood Top 10 Favorite Movies List of this decade. Hope you too have seen all these films and they will be appreciated as much.

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