Do Dooni Chaar introduces us to a middle-class family living in Punjab and has a compelling storyline. The hilarious drama, starring Rishi-Neetu, revolves around the family’s willingness to purchase a car.
Queen is by far the most extra-ordinary performance by Kangana Ranaut. It tells the tale of a simple girl from Delhi who going on her honeymoon alone and finds herself after being dumped by the fiancé.
The 61st National Award-winning movie has as its character a greedy Delhi lawyer. Jolly gets involved with a rich brat accused of murdering 6 people and you have to watch the drama to know what happens next.
The heart-touching movie won India’s 64thBest Film Award and is a biopic on a courageous airhostess. Neeja Bhanot sacrificed her life on a hijacked flight, but succeeded in saving the lives of passengers.
The 2017 movie received the 65th National Award and Rajkumar Rao deserves credit for his amazing role. He acts as a government employee who successfully conducts fair voting in a Naxal-controlled town.
The movie, starring Radhika Apte and Ayshmann Khurrana, is a great suspenseful movie about an aspiring musician who feigns blindness to gain sympathy and gets entangled in some life-threatening secrets.
Late actor, Sushant Singh Rajput acted in this comedy drama with a powerful message. The movie, revolving around the life of engineering students, won the 67th National Award as the best film of the year.
This impressive anthology features four films and each one of the movies is based on the central theme which is fear. The films deal with serious and sensitive issues like trauma, betrayal and homo-sexuality.