9 Bollywood movies only for the smart audience

The Bollywood Industry is known for making movies that cater to all types of audience. There are some movies which make huge box-office collections while some which manage to receive critical applaud. However, there are some films which have managed to get under the radar because of our limited understanding of art.

9 Bollywood movies only for the smart audience 9 Bollywood movies only for the smart audience Source : Press

The Bollywood Industry is known for making movies that cater to all types of audience. There are some movies which make huge box-office collections while some which manage to receive critical applaud. However, there are some films which have managed to get under the radar because of our limited understanding of art.

These films have impacted us with their positivity and has helped to take a step further to revolutionize the Indian Cinema. So here are 9 movies made in Bollywood which are only for the smart audience -

I Am (2011) - The movie is an anthology consisting of four short stories and is based on the themes of fear and anxiety which affects our society to a great deal and boasts a commendable cast of Manisha Koirala, Juhi Chawla, Rahul Bose, Nandita Das, Anurag Basu, Purab Kohli, and Radhika Apte, to name a few.

I Am

Astitva (2000) - Directed by Mahesh Manjrekar, this Hindi-Marathi bilingual flick stars Tabu as Aditi Pandit, a happily married wife whose character is questioned by her puzzled husband when she unexpectedly inherits a large fortune from her music teacher. The movie highlighted many topics from gender discrimination to a woman's needs.

Astitva

Let's Talk (2002) - The movie about a married couple Radhika & Nikhil played by Maia Katrak and Boman Irani respectively. Things seem fine with their 10 years together until she has an extra-marital affair with an interior designer, Krish, who gets her pregnant.

Lets Talk

Being Cyrus (2006) - Helmed on by debutant director Homi Adajania, ‘Being Cyrus' is a subtle analysis of the concept of a dysfunctional family and provide a peek view into the dark corners of a disturbed mind. A classic Black comedy, the movie stars Saif Ali Khan, Dimple Kapadia and Naseeruddin Shah and Boman Irani in lead roles.

Being Cyrus

Antardwand (2010) - Written and directed by Sushil Rajpal, ‘Antardwand' focuses on the cases of groom kidnapping in the state Bihar which became prevalent in the late 20th century. The movie is a social commentary by the director, who highlighted a peculiar and uncanny reality with seeped through the Indian culture.

Antardwand

Dekh India Circus (2011) - A satirical comedy on rural India's economic struggle, this Mangesh Hadawale directed flick brings out the out an impressive take on how to carve out a soulful performance while maintaining a technical nuance to it.

Dekh India Circus

Ek Doctor Ki Maut (1990) - Directed by Tapan Sinha, this 1990 film deals the ostracism, bureaucratic disregard, admonishment, and abuse a doctor has to go through in the society, instead of the recognition, he deserves

Ek Doctor Ki Maut

Thanks Maa (2009) - Directed by Irfan Kamal, this 2009 movie focuses on the child abandonment issues in India. ‘Thanks Maa' follows the story of a homeless petty thief, who endeavors to find the biological mother of a baby who is abandoned on the streets.

Thanks Maa

Miss Lovely (2012) - A controversial film directed by Ashim Ahluwalia, Miss Lovely showcases criminal underbelly of Mumbai's C-grade horror and porn film industry.

Miss Lovely

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