It is seen many times that today's generation parents somehow fail to understand us, our feelings and emotions too. Parents have certain ideas and they can't subscribe to a new idea which their kids might try to tell them about. So, here we are come up with some Bollywood movies list that today's generation must watch to understand us in a better way. Have a look
We will start with the famous movie 'Queen' it is a Vikas Bahl's first movie won the hearts of the audience and the critics alike. Starring an all-in performance by Kangana Ranaut and winning soundtrack by Amit Trivedi, the movie was a beautiful lesson for Indian parents when it came to bringing up girl children.
Lakshya is Farhan Akhtar's second venture as a director was a more literal coming-of-age tale where an aimless rich kid finds his goal in life atop a mountain peak at the height of 18000 ft. It features a sensitive performance from Boman Irani as the protagonist's (played by Hrithik Roshan) father.
Based on Chetan Bhagat's Five Point Someone, the film directed by Raju Hirani took upon the Indian education system and the factory-like environment which produces donkeys as opposed to enriched minds. The film starred an impeccable performance by Aamir Khan who also became the voice of conscience for the film.
Taare Zameen Par
Taare Zameen Par which is directed by Aamir Khan, this film took on the issue of dyslexia which is widely prevalent in the primary student population in India but hushed up as a matter. With TZP, not only did we get an amazing insight into the world of Ishan Awasthi but also saw Ram Shankar Nikumbh spring into action as the savior of the specially-abled.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil
Karan Johar's movie on unrequited love, showed a protagonist broken, unlike any other Bollywood leading man. Dismissed as superficial, the movie turned into one of the most intensely debated movies of the year, giving great insight into people who are able to move on from failed relationships and those who are not.