So this year was not all bad, was it? Even for movie buffs whose anticipated films were pushed to 2021 and even to 2022 there must have been some disappointment, we have some good movies that came out in 2020. Some of these came in theaters and some on platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Video, and Zee5. Some had superstars and your favorite actors such as Taapsee Pannu, Aditya Roy Kapoor, Ajay Devgan in the lead roles, while some had new actors. Year-Ender 2020: The Invisible Man to Soul, 11 Hollywood Films That We Are Enjoying Most This Year.
We have already covered Amazing gems of 2020 And Our favorite web-series of the year. Now the time has come for us to see 10 Fave Hindi films of the year!
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A heart wrenching sports drama that is also high on emotion, there is nothing to dislike about Ashwini Iyer Tiwari’s film. Say what you want about Kangana Ranaut, the actress is always a treat to watch on screen with her, and she has ample support in the excellent supporting cast of Jassi Gill, Nina Gupta and Richa Chadha.
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Speaking of excellent artists. How brilliant were the songs assembled by Anubhav Sinha for his social drama! Thappad There may be issues (giving prominence to upper-class domestic problems in poor families regularly facing abuse), but It serves some very powerful moments in a tale full of surprisesEvery actor tried to deliver the film in the best way possible, especially Taapsee Pannu, Kumud Mishra, Ratna Pathak Shah and Tanvi Azmi.
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A sweet little gem that is filled with some very cute scenes and even Lavalier performances, Chintu’s Birthday Just heartwarming at its best. Dealing with an Indian family trapped in Iraq as they celebrate their young son’s birthday, the heart of the film is in its rightful place and ensures that you watch it very well. Artists portraying Vinay Pathak, Tilottama Shom, Seema Pahwa and even American soldiers are very good. Check it out on Zee5.
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Kadakh Its director Rajat Kapoor’s #MeToo allegations were delayed by two years, and it hit SonyLIV earlier this year. Kadakh Black comedy partly inspired by Alfred Hitchcock is very attractive rope, But is quite original in its treatment. The ensemble plays their roles well, the humor is wicked at times, and the buildup is really good!
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Talking about black comedy, Shoojit Sircar’s Gulabo Sitabo Released directly on Amazon Prime Video actually deserves more praise than it gets. A story of how they can benefit from people’s greed Gulabo Sitabo The focus has some entertaining flawed characters, with Amitabh Bachchan acting tall in his best productions In recent times as a stingy and clever.
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Prateek Vats’s commendable directorial debut film explores the life of a section of society that has never been covered in cinema before – people employed to rid monkeys. It spreads slowly, but is highly effective in its striking view of social division and many times, we care more for animals than our own creations. Beautifully shot, this is a treat for cinephiles.
Raate is alone
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Talking of the first films, former casting director Honey Trehan scored high marks with his direction in this entertaining suspense thriller. Paying tribute to his style, Raate is alone The rich-poor also take a swipe jab at division, caste bias and gender inequality, while some affect black drinkers.. Nawazuddin Siddiqui is in great form here, but the film is actually a masterful Radhika Apte.
Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl
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Making more headlines for the controversies surrounding the film, it comes as a surprise. Gunjan SaxenaBased on a true life story, there is a very inspiring film that deserves more eye donation. Sometimes a film does not need to be a masterpiece, But just be a cute movie that aims at your heart and reaches it, which is what it really is Gunjan Saxena get. Janhvi Kapoor’s performance has definitely improved, and Pankaj Tripathi carries on with the trophy for ‘Best Dad of the Year’!
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From a Pankaj Tripathi film to another. Following Anurag Basu Life … in a metro There is a brilliant black comedy about interconnecting fates, which delivers well on both humor and emotion. It has an enchanting screenplay, taut direction and amazing performances from the entire ensemble., Also by the likes of Abhishek Bachchan (return to good form) and Aditya Roy Kapoor. Ludo Is streaming on Netflix.
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A beautifully crafted love story, which is also a delicate commentary on social division, with an outstanding performance from Tilottama Shome. Sir Deliberately slow-paced, repetitive sequence and takes its sweetest time to start a romantic stir between a sweet domestic help and his ‘sir’. But you don’t mind the sluggish pace and repetitive sequence, as you wait carefully for the story to unfold, without taking a melodramatic view of it. And that last scene … cute!
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