Indian Movies That Influence New Generation

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Rang De Basanti (2006) - Netflix

Celebrated for being Indian Cinema's one of the most loved coming-of-age films, Rang De Basanti follows the story of a group of apolitical college students whose patriotism awakens after one of their friends tragically passes away.

Kai Po Che! (2013) - Netflix

The film is about friendship, courage and determination in the midst of unstable political situation and communal riots. Abhishek Kapoor's diectorial finesse infuses the film with simplicity.

A Wednesday (2008) - Netflix

Elevated by brilliant performances by Naseruddin Shah and Anupam Kher, A Wednesday depicts a confrontation between a police commissioner and a caller who threatens to detonates bombs across Mumbai if his demands are not met.

Dangal (2016) - Prime Video

This biographical sports drama is about a failed sportsman who makes his life's mission to train his daughters is one that connected deeply with every Indian. The film manages to thrive in every moment and becomes a prototype of a well-crafted biopic in Indian Cinema.

Taare Zameen Par (2007) - N/A

Another Aamir Khan film that brings tears to our eyes is Taare Zameen Par. This compelling film highlights the importance of having a a good mentor in every child's life.

English Vinglish (2012) - JioCinema

Sridevi brings an incredible blend of drama and emotions in Gauri Shinde's English Vinglish. The film revolves around a housewife who is mocked for her poor English and embarks upon a journey to rediscover herself.

Nil Battey Sannata (2015) - JioCinema

This film beautifully talks about the dream a mother has for her daughter, which is that she will study and have a chance at making their lives better. But when her girl refuses to study, Chanda takes a strong decision to join school once again.

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