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  1. Unpaused

  2. Shikara

  3. Ponniyin Selvan Part 1

  4. DDLJ

  5. V

  6. Maqbool

  7. Thappad

  8. Newton

  9. Shakuntala Devi

  10. Bajirao Mastani

  11. Raazi

  12. Mitron

  13. Tumbbad

  14. Gully Boy

  15. Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya

  16. Batla House

  17. War

  18. Gold

  19. Udaan

  20. Baabul

  21. Runway 34

  22. Pakkezah

  23. Sholay

  24. Dil Chahta Hai

  25. Kal Ho Naa Ho

  26. Padmaavat

  27. Chak De! India

  28. Don

  29. Ghajini

  30. Notebook

Please mention which of these movies you have watched and whether or not you liked them. If you have watched more than 1, please tell me which one's better than the other. Need to write an article based on the audience review. 
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Generous Generous
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Strange combination of movies, have seen 20 from this list

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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I'm trying to write something on 'Best Hindi Movies on Amazon Prime'

Please give me any suggestions you might have

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Post Emperor Post Emperor
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Ignore PS1.... Rest all watch

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Are they all good??

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Tech Guru Tech Guru
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Use chatgpt

Talk-Of-The-Town Talk-Of-The-Town
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Movie dekhni h ya script likhni h?

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Generous Generous
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  1. Unpaused : in Watchlist
  2. Shikara: in Watchlist
  3. Ponniyin Selvan Part 1: didn't like the screenplay much 
  4. DDLJ: evergreen for hindi lovers 
  5. V: good one time watch 
  6. Maqbool: in Watchlist
  7. Thappad: not seen 
  8. Newton: good for timepass 
  9. Shakuntala Devi: in Watchlist
  10. Bajirao Mastani: seen 3/4 then left midway 
  11. Raazi: good 
  12. Mitron: not seen 
  13. Tumbbad: good thriller
  14. Gully Boy: okay type, good for music lovers 
  15. Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya: comic thriller, watch in telugu for better experience 
  16. Batla House: in Watchlist
  17. War: Good 
  18. Gold: left midway 
  19. Udaan: mind bender, user discretion advised 
  20. Baabul: evergreen 
  21. Runway 34: good one time watch 
  22. Pakkezah: not seen 
  23. Sholay: good 
  24. Dil Chahta Hai: hv seen multiple times, good 
  25. Kal Ho Naa Ho: good 
  26. Padmaavat: left midway
  27. Chak De! India: seen multiple times 
  28. Don: good 
  29. Ghajini: seen multiple times 
  30. Notebook: in Watchlist
Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Bro, thank you so much for talking about all the movies, this will help me a lot
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Benevolent Benevolent
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15. Agent Sai srinivas

excellent movie 

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Got it!!
Much appreciated
Generous Generous
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Here's a short & sweet review 

  1. "Unpaused" is a poignant and heartfelt anthology film that captures the essence of resilience, redemption, and human connection in the midst of a global crisis. Featuring a stellar ensemble cast and thought-provoking narratives, each segment offers a unique glimpse into the lives of individuals navigating the uncertainties of a post-pandemic world. From love and loss to hope and renewal, the film beautifully portrays the power of human spirit and the importance of solidarity in times of adversity. With its emotional depth, authentic storytelling, and touching moments, "Unpaused" is a compelling and timely reflection of the triumph of the human spirit amidst challenging times.
  2. "Shikara": A heartfelt and emotional journey through the pain and resilience of the Kashmiri Pandit exodus, beautifully portrayed with a mix of tragedy and hope that resonates long after the credits roll.
  3. "Ponniyin Selvan Part 1": A visually stunning and intricately woven historical epic that transports the audience into a world of political intrigue, betrayal, and power struggles, setting the stage for an epic saga.
  4. "DDLJ": The quintessential Bollywood romance that continues to capture hearts with its timeless story, charming leads, iconic scenes, and memorable songs, setting the standard for love stories in Indian cinema.
  5. "V": An edge-of-the-seat thriller that keeps you guessing until the very end, with solid performances, nail-biting suspense, and unexpected twists that make it an engaging and entertaining watch.
  6. "Maqbool": A dark and brooding adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy, "Macbeth," set in the gritty underworld of Mumbai, with gritty performances, atmospheric direction, and a haunting tone that stays with you.
  7. "Thappad": A powerful and thought-provoking film that challenges societal norms and patriarchy, delivering its message with emotional depth, strong performances, and a narrative that sparks important conversations.
  8. "Newton": A clever and satirical take on democracy and bureaucracy in India, offering a blend of humor, irony, and social commentary, anchored by a brilliant central performance and sharp writing that leaves a lasting impact.
  9. "Shakuntala Devi": A vibrant and colorful biopic celebrating the unmatched genius of the human computer, Shakuntala Devi, with standout performances, emotional depth, and an inspiring narrative that sheds light on the complexities of brilliance.
  10. "Bajirao Mastani": A lavish and opulent historical romance that captivates with its grandeur, epic love story, dazzling visuals, and impressive performances, bringing to life the passionate saga of Bajirao and Mastani.
  11. "Raazi": An intense and gripping espionage thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat with its tension-filled plot, strong female lead, and complex moral dilemmas, offering a fresh perspective on patriotism and duty.
  12. "Mitron": A light-hearted and breezy comedy that blends humor with heart, exploring themes of friendship, love, and second chances, wrapped in a feel-good narrative that charms with its simplicity and relatable characters.
  13. "Tumbbad": A dark and atmospheric horror-fantasy film that immerses you in its eerie world of greed, mythology, and horror, with stunning visuals, a haunting score, and a gripping narrative that keeps you enthralled from start to finish.
  14. "Gully Boy": A raw and authentic portrayal of the Mumbai rap scene, this film pulsates with energy, emotion, and social commentary, showcasing the power of music to transcend barriers and express truth, with stellar performances and a pulsating soundtrack that elevates the narrative.
  15. "Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya": A delightful and engaging detective thriller that balances humor, mystery, and suspense with quirky characters, sharp dialogues, and an unconventional protagonist, making it a refreshing and entertaining watch that keeps you engaged till the very end.
  16. "Batla House": A gripping and intense retelling of real-life events, this film delves deep into the complexities of the Batla House encounter, offering a mix of suspense, drama, and emotional depth, anchored by a powerful performance by its lead actor and a taut screenplay that keeps you hooked.
  17. "War": A high-octane action thriller that delivers on adrenaline-pumping stunts, slick visuals, and intense showdowns, showcasing two powerhouse actors in an epic face-off, backed by a pulsating score, stylish direction, and jaw-dropping set pieces that make it a thrill ride from start to finish.
  18. "Gold": A patriotic sports drama that celebrates the spirit of Indian hockey and the country's first Olympic gold post-independence, weaving history, politics, and sportsmanship into an emotive narrative with strong performances, rousing moments, and a stirring climax that resonates with pride and nostalgia.
  19. "Udaan": An emotionally rich coming-of-age drama that delves into themes of family, freedom, and adolescence, with poignant performances, a heartfelt narrative, and a universal resonance that tugs at the heartstrings and lingers in the mind long after the credits roll.
  20. "Baabul": A poignant tale of love, loss, and family dynamics, this film explores themes of grief, tradition, and resilience with a stellar ensemble cast, emotional performances, and a touching narrative that navigates the complexities of relationships and the enduring power of love.
  21. "Runway 34": A captivating aviation thriller that soars with tension, suspense, and high stakes, as it unravels a gripping mystery aboard a flight bound for a tumultuous journey, with dynamic performances, nail-biting sequences, and a thrilling pace that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
  22. "Pakeezah": A timeless Bollywood classic known for its grandeur, tragedy, and mesmerizing music, this film weaves a tale of love, sacrifice, and societal norms with a touch of surreal beauty, anchored by iconic performances, lavish sets, and a hauntingly melodic soundtrack that captures the essence of a bygone era.
  23. "Sholay": Regarded as a cult classic in Indian cinema, "Sholay" is a legendary tale of friendship, revenge, and redemption set against a rugged backdrop, boasting iconic characters, memorable dialogues, thrilling action sequences, and an unforgettable villain. It continues to captivate audiences with its timeless appeal, blending humor, drama, and action seamlessly in a narrative that remains etched in the hearts of generations.
  24. "Dil Chahta Hai": A trendsetting coming-of-age film that revolutionized the portrayal of modern-day friendships and relationships on the Indian screen, "Dil Chahta Hai" is a refreshing blend of wit, warmth, and realism. With its relatable characters, urban setting, breezy narrative, stylish direction, and soul-stirring music, the film strikes a chord with audiences looking for a slice of life and a dose of nostalgia.
  25. "Kal Ho Naa Ho": An emotional rollercoaster that gracefully navigates themes of love, loss, and self-discovery, "Kal Ho Naa Ho" is a heartwarming saga that tugs at the heartstrings. With a powerhouse performance by Shah Rukh Khan, soulful music, picturesque settings, and a poignant storyline, the film strikes a delicate balance between drama and humor, leaving a lasting impact on viewers.
  26. "Padmaavat": A visually opulent and controversial period drama that captures the grandeur and tragedy of the legendary tale of Rani Padmavati, "Padmaavat" is a spectacle to behold. With mesmerizing cinematography, elaborate costumes, intricate set design, and powerful performances by the leads, the film immerses viewers in a world of valor, sacrifice, and honor, albeit with its share of controversies.
  27. "Chak De! India": A soul-stirring sports drama that celebrates the triumph of the human spirit and unity in diversity, "Chak De! India" is a cinematic gem that shines bright with its stirring narrative, impeccable performances, and pulsating sports sequences. Led by Shah Rukh Khan's charismatic portrayal of a coach aiming to redeem himself and his team, the film strikes a chord with its patriotic fervor and inspirational message.
  28. "Don": A stylish and slick remake of the classic Amitabh Bachchan starrer, "Don" reimagines the iconic character of a suave and cunning underworld boss with a modern twist. Featuring sharp dialogues, dynamic action sequences, a charismatic lead in Shah Rukh Khan, and a plot filled with twists and turns, the film caters to fans of slick thrillers and Bollywood masala entertainment.
  29. "Ghajini": A gripping and intense thriller that explores the themes of memory loss, vengeance, and love, "Ghajini" captivates audiences with its high-octane action, emotional depth, and powerhouse performance by Aamir Khan. With a non-linear narrative, pulse-pounding sequences, and a haunting soundtrack, the film keeps viewers on the edge of their seats as they unravel the mysteries of the protagonist's past.
  30. "Notebook": A charming and poignant love story set against the picturesque backdrop of Kashmir, "Notebook" weaves a tale of romance, redemption, and hope. Filled with serene visuals, heartfelt performances, and a soulful soundtrack, the film evokes a sense of nostalgia and wonder, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in the beauty of love and the magic of storytelling.
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Are these your own views of these movies??
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Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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  1. Unpaused - not watched
  2. Shikara- not watched
  3. Ponniyin Selvan Part 1- not watched
  4. DDLJ- watched-liked in that era of 90's
  5. V- not watched
  6. Maqbool- not watched
  7. Thappad- watched, liked somehow
  8. Newton- watched liked somehow
  9. Shakuntala Devi- watched, liked somehow
  10. Bajirao Mastani- watched, liked 7/10
  11. Raazi- watched ,liked 6/10
  12. Mitron- not watched
  13. Tumbbad- watched , liked 8/10, better story
  14. Gully Boy- watched 10mins and skipped
  15. Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya- not watched 
  16. Batla House- watched, liked 8/10, better
  17. War- not watched
  18. Gold- watched, not liked 5/10
  19. Udaan- not watched
  20. Baabul- not watched
  21. Runway 34- watched, liked 8/10, better
  22. Pakkezah- not watched
  23. Sholay- watched , liked somehow 6/10
  24. Dil Chahta Hai- watched liked 8/10, better
  25. Kal Ho Naa Ho- watched liked 6/10.
  26. Padmaavat- watched, not liked that much 3/10
  27. Chak De! India- watched 5/10
  28. Don- watched remake, liked 5/10
  29. Ghajini- watched hindi remake, liked7/10, better
  30. Notebook- watched, liked 7/10, better
Hunk Hunk
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Bapre !! vellapanti ka bhi had hota hai. Itna mehnat Kiya apne joy

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Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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  1. Tumbbad — hand down one of my favourites from your list 
Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Will surely include it in the blog then
Talk-Of-The-Town Talk-Of-The-Town
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Fifty shades of grey

365 days

Bollywood mai dekhni h to

Shakuntalam Devi

Drishaym 1 and 2

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Actually, iss list k liye Bollywood hi chahiye
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Gajini is must watch. I liked it very much. Same for Chak De India. 

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Added, thanks a lot!!
Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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Ghajini - good movie, prefer the original Tamil version pairing.

Bajirao mastani - your heart will bleed for Priyanka's character and would want hit both bajirao and mustang with bat, which obviously makes the climax fall flat because you have no sympathy for those two.

Ponniyin Selvan - 1 is a stunning visually appealing movie. A solid effort into turning several volumes of a novel into a movie but agree the screenplay could have been better. But Nandini is not a character you would want to miss, she is more than worth the watch.

Chak De! - is definitely worth the watch. Excellent movie for its time. There is just too many similar movies have come after it, making it seem not all that impressive.

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Thank you so much for the detailed overview, this is very helpful
The PostMighty The PostMighty
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  1. Unpaused - Haven't heard of it.
  2. Shikara - Haven't heard of it.
  3. Ponniyin Selvan Part 1 - Need to be a Tamilian to appreciate it. Don't watch it.
  4. DDLJ - Seen it 4 times in theatres - thrice at Maratha Mandir in Mumbai with various friends over the years. It is a classic and resonates with almost everyone. The songs are evergreen. Watch it.
  5. V - Isn't this a Hollywood one? If yes it is a classic though the theme can be a little heavy. If it non-Hollywood then I haven't heard of it.
  6. Maqbool - Over-rated. Don't watch.
  7. Thappad - Very simple premise but very well made and acted. Watch it.
  8. Newton - Interesting movie with brilliant acting by Rajkumar Rao. Need to be interested in current affairs or politics to appreciate it. Watch it.
  9. Shakuntala Devi - It is not bad, just alright. Don't watch it.
  10. Bajirao Mastani - Something's just off about the movie. Most females and Sanjay Leela Bhansali fans like it. Don't watch it.
  11. Raazi - Thriller based on a true story. Very rarely a movie is so well-made. Watch it.
  12. Mitron - Haven't heard of it.
  13. Tumbbad - It is a cult movie that went under-appreciated in theatres. The effects and storyline are unique. Watch it.
  14. Gully Boy - Raw movie. Some may not like it. Lot to absorb and understand, especially the words of the rap songs. Watch it.
  15. Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya - Haven't heard of it.
  16. Batla House - Haven't seen it.
  17. War - Haven't seen it and will not see it. Don't watch it.
  18. Gold - It is not bad, just alright. Don't watch it.
  19. Udaan - Another cult movie. Watched it twice. First time didn't get it. Second time too didn't see what the fuss was about. Still watch it.
  20. Baabul - Haven't heard of it
  21. Runway 34 - Brilliant movie. Inexplicable flop. Based on a true story. It is NOT a copy or remake of Sully (Hollywood). Watch it.
  22. Pakkezah - Haven't seen it. 
  23. Sholay - Right up there with DDLJ. Something about the movie just resonates with everyone. Watch it.
  24. Dil Chahta Hai - One of the most satisfying movies I have ever watched. Better than Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara which was inspired by this. People born in the 90s or 00s may disagree but ask anyone born in 80s or 70s. Watch it.
  25. Kal Ho Naa Ho - Karan Johar sure knows how to make even men weep and make them smile and laugh too. Watch it.
  26. Padmaavat - Haven't seen it and won't be seeing it.
  27. Chak De! India - If you give Gold a skip watch this one. It is the success of this movie that inspired a lot of sports based movies. Watch it.
  28. Don - SRK one? Haven't seen it and won't be seeing it.
  29. Ghajini - Haven't seen it.
  30. Notebook - Isn't this a Hollywood one? That one is atrocious. You need to be a female to like it. Don't watch it. If it is non-Hollywood then I haven't seen it.

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Thank you so much for talking about all of them🙇🙇
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Ghajini and dabang craze was next level.  Tickets were sold for 1000 plus in black. 

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I was a kid back then, couldn't go for a movie without my family
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