7 Best Kidnapping Movies Of All Time

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Madaari (2016) - ZEE5

The film follows a common man, played by Irrfan Khan, who takes matters into his own hands, after the collapse of a bridge where he loses h and kidnaps the son of a powerful politician to seek justice and expose the corrupt system.

Highway (2014) - Disney+ Hotstar

The story follows the kidnapping of a young woman, played by Alia Bhatt, who finds herself on a transformative journey with her captor. The film explores themes of freedom, self-discovery, and the unconventional relationships that develop during their journey.

Split (2016) - Prime Video

A psychological thriller that follows a man with dissociative identity disorder (DID) who kidnaps three teenage girls. The captives must navigate the various personalities residing within their captor while attempting to escape.

Prisoners (2013) - Apple TV+

A gripping crime thriller that revolves around the abduction of two young girls. The film explores the desperate measures parents take to find their missing children, delving into moral complexities and the impact of the investigation on the families involved.

Jazbaa (2015) - ZEE5

The film follows a prominent lawyer, played by Aishwarya Rai, who must defend a convicted felon accused of kidnapping and murder. The film explores themes of justice, sacrifice, and the lengths a mother is willing to go to save her daughter.

Room (2015) - Prime Video

The story revolves around a young boy and his mother who are held captive in a small room for years. The film explores their escape and the challenges they face as they adjust to the outside world, providing a powerful commentary on resilience and Parental Bond.

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Misery (1990) - Prime Video

Directed by Rob Reiner, this psychological thriller is based on Stephen King's novel. It tells the story of an author who is kidnapped and held captive by his "number one fan" after a car accident.