7 Superhit Indian Films That Didn't Age Well

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Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (2000)

This film introduced Hrithik Roshan to stardom but is often criticized for its formulaic plot and over-the-top melodrama, which may not resonate as strongly with today's audiences.

Vivah (2006)

While it was praised for its family values and romantic storyline, "Vivaah" is now seen as overly sentimental and simplistic, lacking the complexity and depth found in more modern love stories.

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998)

This iconic film from Karan Johar was a huge hit, but its portrayal of love triangles and gender roles has been criticized for being outdated and regressive by today's standards.

Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha (1998)

This romantic comedy was a commercial success, but its formulaic plot and predictable storyline have led many to view it as forgettable compared to more innovative films in the genre.

Raja Hindustani (1996)

While it was a blockbuster in its time, "Raja Hindustani" now faces criticism for its melodramatic plot and stereotypical portrayal of characters, which feel outdated compared to contemporary storytelling.

Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003)

This movie was a hit because of the charming romance between Naina (Preity Zinta) and Rohit (Saif Ali Khan) and Aman's love and sacrifice. But the fat-shaming jokes, gamification of love through “Che Din Ladki In,” and anti-spectacles vibe are not something to root for.

Dil Se (1998)

This iconic film by Mani Ratnam is touted as one of SRK’s biggest hits. The film's grandeur, symbolism, and timelessness of Chaiyya Chaiyya cannot be denied. But the stalking angle, the molestation in the name of infatuation, and the lack of consent are problematic.

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