Indian Films That Influenced Pop Culture

Team FC

Kho Gaye Hum Kahaan (2023) - Netflix

The film captures the angst and dilemmas faced by millennials and Gen Z individuals. It delves into their complex relationships, aspirations, and struggles in the digital age.

Dear Zindagi (2016) - Netflix

The film Broke the stigma associated with seeking help for psychological issues, encouraged discussions about mental well-being, and introduced the audience to the idea of self-love and embracing imperfections.

Ammar Jami

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013) - Netflix

The film Celebrates friendship, love, travel and the pursuit of dreams, resonating with the aspirations and experiences of the youth. Popularized the concept of destination weddings and travel among Indian audiences, influencing wedding trends and travel choices.

Jab We Met (2007) - Prime Video

Geet's character, played by Kareena Kapoor Khan, became an iconic figure, influencing people to be more open and self-accepting. The film also Popularized the idea of spontaneous travel and love stories with an unconventional twist, resonating with audiences across generations.

Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001) - Netflix

Poo's character, from "K3G" portrayed by Kareena Kapoor Khan, became an iconic figure known for her confidence and style, popularizing catchphrases like " Yeh kaun hai jisne Poo ko mudkar nahi dekha"

Tamasha (2015) - Netflix

The film Challenges societal norms and explores the themes of identity, conformity, and creativity, sparking discussions about individuality and self-expression.

Lakshya (2004) - Prime Video

The film explores themes of self-discovery, determination, and patriotism, resonating with the aspirations of the youth. The film's depiction of the journey from aimlessness to purpose-driven success inspired audiences to pursue their goals and ambitions.

Thank You for Reading!

NEXT: Every Pop Culture Reference In Vasan Bala’s Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota