The climax scene where Wladyslaw Szpilman, the real-life musician played by Adrien Brody in an Oscar-winning performance, walks through a sea of dead bodies weeping profusely will break your heart and make you feel the misery of Holocaust victims in this biographical drama.
Vicky Kaushal's debut film has become a cult classic now. The film is a poignant drama situated in Benaras with brilliantly written characters and wonderful performances by Kaushal as well as Richa Chadha, Shweta Tripathi and Sanjay Mishra.
This film written and directed by Raj B. Shetty, also features him playing the role of a terminally ill patient who is carefree, reminding you of Aman or Anand. A counsellor befriends him and their bond flourishes as the inevitable end awaits them.
This heartwarming tale of a Korean-American family struggling to keep their dreams alive amidst several challenges. While the film will tear you up, it is also sprinkled with some light-hearted moments featuring the youngest in the family, David played excellently by Alan Kim.
The acting stalwarts Sridevi and Kamal Haasan come together in this melancholic drama that has a man taking care of a woman who has regressed to childhood after an accident. Sridevi is at her best in the whole film, but Kamal Haasan steals the show in the heartbreaking climax scene.
The biographical drama has a father-son story at its centre, with real-life father-son duo Will Smith and his son Jaden playing the roles. While the story is inspiring, the characters' struggles move you.
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