7 Underrated Masterpieces of Indian Cinema

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Masaan (2015) - Disney+ Hotstar

Masaan beautifully captures the intricacies of life in Varanasi, blending heart-wrenching tales with poetic visuals, often overlooked despite its cinematic brilliance.

Ankhon Dekhi (2013) - JioCinema

Ankhon Dekhi offers a philosophical journey of self-discovery through a simple premise, skillfully weaving humor and depth, yet remains a hidden gem in Indian cinema.

Shahid (2012) - Prime Video

Shahid portrays the real-life struggles of a human rights lawyer with compelling sincerity, delivering a powerful narrative that deserved more recognition than it received.

Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year (2009) - Prime Video

Offering a fresh perspective on the corporate world, 'Rocket Singh' combines insightful commentary with a heartfelt story, often overshadowed by mainstream hits.

The Lunchbox (2013) - Prime Video

Despite international acclaim, 'The Lunchbox' remains underrated in India, weaving a touching tale of connection through a mistaken delivery with subtlety and grace.

Margarita with a Straw (2014) - Netflix

Margarita with a Straw sensitively explores themes of sexuality and disability, presenting a heartfelt journey of self-acceptance that often goes unnoticed.

Lakshya (2004) - Netflix

Lakshya beautifully captures a young man's journey to find purpose amidst the backdrop of the Kargil War, showcasing Hrithik Roshan's growth as an actor in a film that deserves more appreciation.

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