Best 90s Bollywood Movie you Should Watch

Best 90's bollywood movie

Are you running out of nice content to binge-watch while you’re are at Home? We’ve been cooped up inside for months. Everything on our must-see list has been watched. We’ve also experienced nostalgia while watching old shows like Ramayan and Mahabharat, but we’re still looking for some 90s Bollywood Movie suggestions.

If you’ve exhausted your options for movies and TV series, revisit your youth by watching these overlooked Bollywood films from the 90s. These films deserve another opportunity, and we are confident you will not be disappointed.

Dil tho pagal hai 

Dil tho pagal hai

 Aur paas… Aur paas… Aur paas… Aur paas… Aur paas… and you absolutely die with Shah Rukh’s charisma in this one! Rahul (Naam toh suna hi hoga) is friends with Nisha but has feelings for Pooja. Yash Chopra’s classic love triangle will make you feel every feeling of love all at once.

Rahul, the story’s protagonist, is the director of a dancing group, one of whose members, Nisha, is secretly in love with him. However, he is drawn to Pooja, who is married to Ajay.

Is there someone born especially for you? If you don’t believe it yet, you should see this movie. It takes place on a theater stage, where they play and reality collide to demonstrate the director’s talent. It is, without a doubt, one of the best Bollywood films. You will enjoy the music, the dance, and many other aspects.

Watch on – Amazon prime

Ghatak (1996) 

Ghatak (1996)

When viewed in today’s context, the film may appear a little exaggerated. Not only did Sunny Deol deliver outstanding performance in the film, but Amrish Puri’s portrayal of an ailing father also struck a chord with the public. Danny, on the other hand, played Katya, one of the most frightening villains ever seen in Bollywood.

The story goes like this. Kashinath aka Kashi, unable to witness the injustice and violence inflicted on the locals by a despotic thug, Katya, in a small Indian town in India, chooses to take a stance on his own to fight for his and the villagers’ rights. What follows is a series of violent and illegal behaviors that endangers not only the lives of those locals but also those of Kashi’s loved ones.

This Bollywood film has a 4.7/10 rating and exclusively positive reviews. All of the characters did an excellent job in their respective roles. The strongest performance, though, comes from Amrish Puri, who has proven to be much more than the stereotypical villain in recent years. His portrayal of the caring Father and retiring Nationalist hero is striking in its realism. The strongest performance, though, comes from Amrish Puri, who has proven to be much more than the stereotypical villain in recent years.

His portrayal of the caring Father and retiring Nationalist hero is striking in its realism. Amrish Puri has previously received a Filmfare Award for his work on this Bollywood film. If this picture should be seen, it should be for his performance, which is of the finest caliber.

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Haseena Maan Jaayegi (1999)

Haseena Maan Jaayegi (1999)

 This is without a doubt David Dhawan’s best film to date. The jokes and situations in this one are huge, and you can’t stop laughing at the film’s goofy yet enjoyable comedy. 

Seth Amirchand (Kader Khan) is a wealthy man with two problems: Sonu (Sanjay Dutt) and Monu (Kader Khan) (Govinda). Their time is mostly spent amusingly attempting to extort money from their helpless father, whether by hook or by crook, threats, or blackmail. Amirchand determines that separating them is the best way to deal with them; he, therefore, orders Sonu to go to Goa and Monu to look after work in Bombay. Sonu attends the incorrect party in Goa, antagonizing the Verma family, which includes Gulzarilal (Anupam Kher), his unmarried sister, Santho (Aruna Irani), and two eligible children, Pooja (Pooja Batra) and Ritu (Pooja Batra) (Karisma Kapoor).

Sonu declares to the family that he will marry Pooja by any means necessary and asks Monu to masquerade as his paternal uncle, which he does and ends up falling for Ritu. Sancho, unbeknownst to him, has developed a crush on him. To make matters worse, an underworld don, Bhai (Ashish Vidyarthi), demands money from Amirchand, only for Amirchand to insult and scorn him, believing it is another prank by his kids. This is when the family realizes that pranks can truly turn fatal, with Bhai vowing to avenge this humiliation.

Watch om – Zee5

Gumrah (1993) 

Gumrah (1993)

 The plot of the crime drama film centers around an innocent girl who is apprehended by authorities on suspicion of drug smuggling while on her way to Hong Kong. She has been sentenced to death. She is having a difficult time as she becomes more daring in the penitentiary.

Watch on – Amazon Prime and Netflix

Akele hum akele tum 

Akele hum akele tum

 The plot of the crime drama film centers around an innocent girl who is apprehended by authorities on suspicion of drug smuggling while on her way to Hong Kong. She has been sentenced to death. She is having a difficult time as she becomes more daring in the penitentiary. 

AKELE HUM  AKELE TUM is a remake of KRAMER vs. KRAMER, but it’s still a good bollywood movie. It is worthwhile to watch at least once. Audiences, on the other hand, rejected the film. Many films are rejected by audiences for various reasons, yet they could be the gem you’re missing out on.

This movie is out of this world! I’d want to thank Anu Malik Ji and Majrooh Sultanpuri Ji for the unforgettable songs and background score, and what can I say about Aamir Khan and Manisha Koirala?

Watch on – Amazon prime 

Kabhi haan kabhi naa (1994) 

Kabhi haan kabhi naa (1994)

 It’s a love tragedy starring King Khan. Some consider it to be his best work to date. Sunil is an ordinary kid who can’t pass his exams and is desperately in love with the lead singer of his band. When Chris returns to town, all of his intentions to obtain her are thrown out the window.

Overall, an interesting picture that isn’t so difficult that subtitles are required for individuals who aren’t fluent in Hindi. The beauty of Goa seeps through the entire affair, making any scenario, even this one, seems plausible.

Watch on – Netflix

Raja Hindustani (1996) 

Raja Hindustani (1996)

 This great-music love story of a taxi driver and a wealthy girl is everything you need in the 90s. Raja and Aarti cross all class barriers and love triumphs, as most love stories do.

Raja is an impoverished Indian man. He meets a highly wealthy girl, and they both fall in love with each other. The girl’s name is Aarti, and she lives with her harsh stepmother, father, and step-cousin, all of whom oppose her having any contact with Raja. Aarti, on the other hand, is obstinate and marries Raja. Her step-mother, father, and step-cousin appear to accept them after their marriage, but they want to end their relationship.

The tunes are fantastic, and the plot is compelling. This is a fun masala film starring Aamir Khan. It’s not too serious; it’s a fun way to spend time and a good love tale. You won’t be disappointed if you don’t get your hopes up for anything spectacular.

Watch on – Amazon prime

Rockford (1999) 

Rockford (1999)

 The film follows the arrival of a (Hindu) student at a strict all-boys Christian boarding school in India, as well as his integration into the school. The protagonist’s transformation is dramatic, and numerous occurrences appear abusive to the viewer.

Nagesh Kukunoor has done a wonderful job of transporting most people, including myself, back to our childhoods and school days, which were tiresome and boring at the time but were, in fact, the most magical days of our lives. The film is rather short, yet it is nicely constructed and directed. Everyone performed admirably, and the film’s depiction of an all-boys school is both simple and excellent.

Watch on – Disney plus Hotstar

Salaam Bombay (1988) 

Salaam Bombay (1988)

 Mira Nair’s film portrays the day-to-day lives of children living on Mumbai’s streets. It was nominated for a National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi. Even better, the film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

This is the movie’s plot. When a resentful Krishna wrecks his brother’s motorcycle, his mother orders him to return home only if he earns INR 500 to repair it. In an unexpected turn of circumstances, he ends up in a Bombay slum.

The picture, which is filled with humanity and compassion, has a link with Bollywood dramas in that it, too, is about ‘escapism.’ The story, however, demonstrates how these dreams are illusory: the silent ‘Sweet Sixteen’ showing her romantic photograph – a ruse – as her brothel madam hawks her virginity to a prospective buyer; Krishna’s hopes of being forgiven and returning home to his family; and the prostitute Rekha’s hopes of a ‘family life’ with the pimp Baba.

Watch on – Amazon prime

Ek doctor kki maut (1990) 

Ek doctor kki maut (1990)

 Tapan Sinha’s film of 1990, with the stars of Pankaj Kapur and Shabana Azmi, emphasized a doctor and his research’s bureaucratic ineptitude, repression, and insult. The movie has superb actors and a flawless narration based on the history of Ramapada Choudhury Abhimanyu.

This is how the narrative goes. When Dr. Roy discovers a leprosy vaccine, his bosses at the health ministry silence him and send him to a rural village.

This is a genuinely great film based on a true story. Pankaj Kapur brings such zeal to the character of the doctor who spends ten years of his life developing a vaccine against leprosy. During this time, he completely ignores his wife Shabana Azmi (again, a fantastic performance), and she is on the verge of abandoning him.

Watch on – Amazon prime 

Khamosh (1985)

Khamosh (1985)

 Few people realize that in 1985, Vidhu Vinod Chopra directed one of the most gripping Hindi suspense films. The movie starred  Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi, Amol Palekar, Soni Razdan, and Pankaj Kapoor, among others. There are strange murders that occur on the sets of a Bollywood film. Who is doing what, and who is behind all of these murders?

What sticks out and deserves praise is Naseeruddin Shah’s performance as the investigating CBI officer. From the moment he walks in, his eyes, facial gestures, and body language show that he is not treating this murder as a typical investigation for a CBI inspector. The manner in which he attempts to investigate the crime is effectively shown and appears realistic.

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CONCLUSION

The decade of the 1990s was magical, and it still makes me grin. This decade holds a special place in my heart because it is where I spent my youth and adolescence. The same might be said for you, which is why you’ve come here to relive those special moments.

These wonderful movies, ranging from romantic to action-packed to funny, are just what you need when you’re locked inside.

These are 90 of the best Hindi films made in the 1990s by Bollywood. I hope you had a good time!

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FAQ ON THE BLOG –

When was Andaz Apna Apna released?

It was released in the year 1994.

Who acted in Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa (1994)?

Sharuk Khan and Suchitra Krishna

When was Hero No 1 released?

It was released in the year 1997.

Which is one of the best late 90s movies by Anil Kapoor?

Virasat (1997) directed by Priyadarshan. 

Which is one of the best late 90s movies by Juhi Chawla?

Daar in the year 1993

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