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15 new Indian web series you need to watch in 2017

15 new Indian web series you need to watch in 2017

It really feels so boring to watch that saas-bahu melodrama with your mother. These daily soaps show are so irritating that one can’t imagine, it feels like hitting the head to the wall.

But we got no any other option than watching them and let them end. Then we go online and search for our likes. But, there are millions of contents in youtube itself, that it become difficult to choose the better one.

So instead of this, we present the most amazing recent web series,  that will make you delighted and give a better alternate to TV series. So let’s begin with the list:-


1.) TVF F.A.T.H.E.R.S.


The Viral Fever has released their next web series FATHERS. Starring a trio of on-screen fathers – Brijendra Kala, Gajraj Rao and Atul Srivastava, the show follows their misadventures as they try to keep up with the times & the younger generation. Three fathers trying to catch up with the young generation. It’s an awesomely scripted web series in fathers words.

2.) The Trip 

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A new set of episodes by Bindass featuring Lisa Hayden. It is based on 4 girls goes for girl bachelor vacation without telling at home, and they enjoy to the fullest. The story revolves around actress Shonali (Lisa Haydon) Anjali (Swetha Tripathi), Sanjana (Sapna Pabbi) and Nazia (Mallika Dua). The series is also a clear message that traveling is much more than visiting fancy places.


3.)  Tanhaiyan


Barun Sobti and Surbhi Jyoti‘s web-series Tanhaiyan aired online on Hotstar has been keeping the audiences waiting ever since it was announced. The web series revolves around the lives two people Haider and Meera. The show is really worth watching as it keeps you engaged throughout. Every cast in the show has wonderfully portrayed their character.

4.) Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai Take 2


The new season of the most loved TV series is back after a long break of 7 years on a new platform on Hotstar. The madness mainly revolves around Maya (Ratna Pathak Shah), Monisha (Rupali Ganguly), Rosesh’s (Rajesh Kumar) unrhyming, silly, meaningless yet funny poetry, Sahil’s (Sumeet Raghavan). And it is as hilarious and sweet as ever.


5.) A.I.SHA: my virtual girlfriend Season-2


Aisha is back again with the 2nd season. It tells the story of a relationship between a man and woman, only the woman is the first-of-its-kind Artificial Intelligence Simulated Humanoid Assistant (A.I.SHA). The series promises a lot of thrill and suspense.This web series radical as it is the one of the first web series in India which are into sci-fi.

6.) Twisted


Twisted is a brand new romantic-thriller web series starring Nia Sharma, Namit Khanna, Tia Bajpai and Rahul Raj. This new Vikram Bhatt’s VB’s web series is aired on Youtube. The episodes are known for its bold content.

7.)  Bisht, Please!


Bisht, Please! is about the life of the lovable loser Neetu Bisht. Till date, the series features 6 episodes. The misadventures of a good girl at different phases were aired on TVF Play.

8.) Karle Tu Bhi Mohabbat


The hit Jodi of ‘Bade Ache Lagte Hai’ – Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar is currently seen in web series ‘ALT Balaji’s -Karle Tu Bhi Mohabbat’. You’ll get nostalgic seeing these two back on screen with each other and will definitely want to watch their love grow.


9.) Bro Court


The famous youtube celebrity Bhuvan Bam, known as BB Ki Vines or Bencho presents his first web series Bro Court. A funny story about college students life in their hostel.After the success story of TVF Bachelor vs Landlord Bhuvan Bam has introduced this time a good series to enjoy.


10.) Dev DD


Dev DD is the story of Devika (Asheema Vardaan ) and is based in Rajasthan.Dev DD is equally unimaginative in its depictions of its other variety of women: mothers, who remain blunt stereotypes: perpetually scandalized, hysterical, uptight about sex, mega-homophobic, and insistent about their daughters dressing appropriately and avoiding boys.Still, you will love the series.

11.) #Untag


Voot original series titled ‘Untag”  showcases you’re different, you’re better than the tag you’ve given’A light-hearted look at the lives of 6 characters, each dealing with their imposed tags, trying to become much more than what the world has labeled them as. Celebrating friendship, love, and their uniqueness.


12.) Boygiri


Exactly like the title, Boygiri is the story of a bunch of boys who are friends. All five of them are imperfect, weird and have different problems going on in their lives. The essence of this series is pure fun. The series is noteworthy for the big night outs and clubs but it could have still made better for all age-groups to watch it.

13.) Gehraiyaan


Gehraiyaan is a brand new web series from Vikram Bhatt starring television’s hit jodi Sanjeeda Sheikh and Vatsal Sheth. This show has the punch line: India’s first horror web series. Watch the series to get thrilled and entertained.


14.) Spotlight


Spotlight is a fictional biopic of a Bollywood starlet featuring Tridha Choudhury along with Sid Makkar. Spotlight brings forward the irony of darkness in the world of glamor, where biggies are always seen in the best of smiles and star-studded appearance.


15.) Maaya


Finally, India wakes up to the eroticism with “Maaya” the erotic web series. This time the erotic web series is directed by the director Vikram Bhatt.Maaya has been shot on a very large scale and includes six songs. The series also stars Aradhya Taing and Parina Chopra.

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Top 25 Oscar winning movies to watch for sure

Every year Academy awards gives the best of anticipated movies around the world. On some occasions the Academy gets it right and honors the movie that deserves to win while some movies wins heart, while some lasts forever. As recognizable; these golden Oscar statuette has been around since the first Academy Awards ceremony in 1929.The iconic trophy depicts a knight holding a sword and standing on a film reel with five spokes, each representing one of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ five original branches: actors, directors, producers, technicians and writers.So, instead of puzzling you more let’s view the list of best of the best:-


1.) Casablanca (yr. 1942)


Casablanca works magically well, it’s a great movie almost in spite of itself, A flawed but fascinating main character that grows into a hero, a unique romance, political intrigue in an exotic locale, and an iconic ending, all set against the backdrop of a world war.Everything about it works because of this curiously perfect blend of director, script, and actor — none more important than the other.


2.) The Godfather II (yr. 1974)


Francis Ford Coppola unveiled The Godfather: Part II claimed six Oscars at the 47th Academy Awards, including the best picture awards.  The character we recall from “The Godfather” It takes a look back through the early years of Vito Corleone in Sicily, charting his accomplishments before he became the New York City mafioso. Robert De Niro joins the cast as the young Don, alongside Marlon Brando and Al Pacino in the greatest gangster movie ever made.


3.) Annie Hall (yr. 1977 )


“Annie Hall” contains more intellectual wit and cultural references than any other movie ever to win the Oscar for best picture.The greatest romantic comedy ever made doesn’t even seem like a rom-com. One of Woody Allen’s best romantic comedies casting Diane Keaton as the title character was a masterstroke. Carefree and cool, and with trend-setting fashion sense, she’s the perfect antidote to Allen’s neurotic Alvy Singer.


4.) Rebecca (yr. 1940)


“Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again …”

Everyone who loves film knows the opening words of Rebecca, that astonishing mixture of emotional hothouse and freezer that was Hitchcock’s first American film, made for David O Selznick. Already worthy of the title Master of Suspense, Hitch showed his grasp of mood, his ability to relate to women, and his unique concern with movie depiction


5.) Titanic (yr. 1997)


The first world conquering smash hit which won 11 Academy Awards and international recognition is one of the greatest movies ever. Titanic, the ship of dreams, an epic romance-disaster film directed, written, co-produced, and co-edited by James Cameron. Cameron has devised a tender love story between Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio that serves as the main focus of Titanic’s storyline, and it works beautifully; no matter it is the best romantic movie.

6.) The Godfather (yr. 1972)

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Rather than concentrating on everything that is great about The Godfather, a much easier way for me to judge its quality is on what is bad about it. It was the first mafia movie written, directed and acted by Italians. Francis Coppola’s hungry brilliance as its director, the acting from everyone involved is great, Marlon Brando comes across perfectly as the head of the family, and James Caan and Al Pacino are excellent as his sons. This was one acclaimed film that didn’t disappoint.


7.) Gone with the wind (yr. 1939)


One movie about which you’ll never hear us say, “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.”

Gone With the Wind boils down to a story about a spoiled Southern girl’s hopeless love for a married man. Producer David O. Selznick managed to expand this concept and Margaret Mitchell’s best-selling novel. “Gone with the Wind” brought together the best people in Hollywood. The end result is the stunning film that for about four hours keep us interested in the story unfolding on the screen.


8.)  Schindler’s list (yr. 1993)

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Based on a true story, Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List stars Liam Neeson as Oskar Schindler, a German businessman in Poland who sees an opportunity to make money from the Nazis’ rise to powerDespite garnering a lot of negative attention for diverting his attention, Spielberg nevertheless chose to focus on the 600 who survived thanks to Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson).


9.)  Lawrence of Arabia (yr. 1962)

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Lawrence of Arabia is a 1962 epic historical drama film based on the life of T. E. Lawrence. It was directed by David Lean. It is widely considered one of the greatest and most influential films in the history of cinema  and one of the most critically acclaimed of Hollywood films, winning seven Oscars (including best picture and best director)


10.) Silence of the Lambs (yr. 1991)


The Silence of the Lambs is a 1991 American horror-thriller film directed by Jonathan Demme and starring Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins, and Scott Glenn.Adapted by Ted Tally from the 1988 novel of the same name by Thomas Harris.The movie, scary and graphic to cause timid souls to close their eyes at certain points.It is a remarkably lucid portrait of lunacy


11.) Bridge on the river Kwai (yr. 1957)


“Bridge on the river Kwai” is a 1957 British-American epic war film directed by David Lean and starring William Holden, Jack Hawkins, Alec Guinness, and Sessue Hayakawa. The film was widely praised, winning seven Academy Awards (including Best Picture).  An excellent war movie focused on characters rather than on battles, exquisitely plotted, this film is remarkably compelling from beginning to end. In 1999, the British Film Institute voted The Bridge on the River Kwai the 11th greatest British film of the 20th Century.


12.) The Apartment (yr. 1960)


“I just have this talent for falling in love with the wrong guy in wrong place at the wrong time”. The Apartment is a 1960 American romantic comedy film.It became an instant game-changer, a pioneer in terms of what Hollywood could get away with.This Oscar-sweeper movie elevates the workplace romance into a sublime erotics of officious addresses (the omnipresent Mister and Miss) and economic conundrum.


13.) Forrest Gump (yr. 1994)


“Stupid is as stupid does,” says Forrest Gump (played by Tom Hanks) as he discusses his relative level of intelligence with a stranger while waiting for a bus. Forrest Gump is a larger-than-life piece of film-making, that scored home an impressive 6 Oscars in 1995, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor in a Leading Role. Forrest Gump is a beautiful film one of those rare movies that everyone has seen and just about everyone loves.


14.) The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (yr. 2003)

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There was no way the Academy could ignore the Tolkien trilogy for the third time. This is the crowning glory -a cinematic feat that satisfies at every level.A thrilling final chapter to the Lord of the Rings trilogy concerning the epic conclusion to Peter Jackson’s enthralling look at temptation, greed, power, and good vs. evil. This is a glorious final chapter.

15.) One flew over the cuckoo’s nest (yr. 1975)


Jack Nicholson stars in an outstanding characterization of Ken Kesey’s asylum anti-hero, McMurphy, and Milos Forman’s direction of a superbly-cast film is equally meritorious. Jack Nicholson plays Randle McMurphy, a wise-cracking’ con who talks his way into a mental institution to forgo a harsher prison term. The gripping story can rely on great acting down to the smallest parts, Fletcher creates one of the most hate-worthy “villains” of all times. A funny, tragic, depressing and hopeful gem.


16.) Unforgiven (yr. 1992)


This is the finest set of performances ever to grace a Clint Eastwood movie.The film portrays William Munny, an aging outlaw, and killer who takes on one more job years after he had turned to farming. This film takes a brief overview of some of its many adherents: the kid, the braggart, the bully and the psycho, in an interesting plot-line that draws them all together.



17.) No country for old men (yr. 2007)


No country for old men is a 2007 American neo-western neo-noir thriller film written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, based on Cormac McCarthy’s novel of the same name It won four awards at the 80th Academy Awards. It plays like an updated western, ripe with dark, seedy undertones setting the scene for one hell of a mystery. This film basically distils elements of all their best work and creates a cold and cynical statement on the state of man.



18.) Rocky (yr. 1976)

Sylvester Stallone wrote and directed his breakout role in Rocky.This triple-Oscar-winning boxing drama is shot through with genuinely impassioned commitment. Rocky proves that not all action macho it’s just a strong men that fight against bad guys in commercial movies, but sometimes are pretty good writers and actor.


19.) The best years of our lives (yr. 1946)


The story of three soldiers—family man Frederic March, soda jerk Dana Andrews, and wounded warrior Harold Russell, who lost both hands for real during World War II—returning home to civilian life allegorized America’s struggle to rethink itself after years of all-out conflict. Fredric March is brilliant as always, and underrated Dana Andrews and Teresa Wright are terrific as well.



20.)  The french connection (yr. 1971)

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The French Connection is a 1971 American crime thriller film directed by William Friedkin. An intelligent and at times gripping thriller that features admirably-shot action sequences and well-executed cinematography.This gritty, fast-paced, and innovative police drama earned five Academy Awards.


21.)  Chariots of Fire (yr. 1981)


In the race of Olympics, this movie grabs the Oscar award.Based on a true story, Chariots of Fire is the internationally acclaimed Oscar-winning drama of two very different men who compete as runners in the 1924 Paris Olympics.The film is not just about the race between Abrahams, the Jewish law student (Ben Cross), and Scottish missionary Eric Liddell (the late Ian Charleson). It’s a character study and a social history too.


22.) Amadeus (yr. 1984)


Amadeus is an expansion of a Viennese “urban legend” concerning the death of 18th-century musical genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Tom Hulce tackles the part of the classical composer, displaying quite a lot of restraint considering Mozart’s reputation as a larger-than-life character.Amadeus is simply one of the finest biographical dramas ever made.



23.)  Argo (yr. 2012)


A stylish period movie produced, directed by, and starring Ben Affleck, Argo nabbed the Best Picture award in a year where true story films dominated the ballot.Based on true events, Argo chronicles the life-or-death covert operation to rescue six Americans. The locales, the actors, the writing, the pacing, everything is done nigh perfectly.



24.) The Hurt Locker (yr. 2008)


Based on the personal wartime experiences of journalist Mark Boal, director Kathryn Bigelow’s Iraq War-set action thriller The Hurt Locker presents the conflict in the Middle East. The Hurt Locker is a high-wire study of men at work, its lack of overt politics replaced by a revelatory central performance.


25.) 12 Years a Slave (yr. 2013)


12 Years a Slave is a 2013 period drama film and an adaptation of the 1853 slave narrative memoir Twelve Years a Slave by Solomon Northup. 12 Years a Slave is a film of searing sincerity and insight, whose central characters are drawn with real complexity.

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20 best Hindi movies depicting college life

We all live one of the best parts of our life in college life. It is full entertainment, joy, foolishness, jazz other than those of study and lectures. You believe me or not but, it’s the phase that is more awesome than what a movie can depict.These films exemplify some of the funniest and most inspiring aspects of college life and college students.

So, here is a quick review of these college movies  that every student will relate to regardless of his/her age, which would definitely take you back:-

20. 404 (yr. 2011)

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404 is a critically acclaimed psychological thriller for all the thrill-loving, which will you thrilled till the end. The movie starring  Rajvir Arora who doesn’t believe in the paranormal, just like his professor (Nishikant Kamath) in the medical college.But he encounters a ghost. Is the ghost for real or is it a figment of his imagination? Is he suffering from the bipolar disorder like his professor?Watch it for sure.


19. Style (yr. 2001)

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Style is Bollywood drama movie The film revolves round two slap-happy college students, Bantu (Sharman Joshi) and Chantu (Sahil Khan), and how they get trapped in a murder mystery in an attempt to woo a rich girl. This movie would surely make you remember your first crush, professor, friendship, pranks etc. and all other memories related to your college life.


18. Dil Dosti Etc (yr. 2007)

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Dil Dosti Etc in our list, the movie spares from the C-grade college/hostel-life movie. It revolves around two students from a diverse background -Imaad Shah and Shreyas Talpade.They believe that since time is on their side, anything is possible. Consequently, their arrogance leads them to challenge each other to prove their efficiencies.It is one time watchable.


17. Ishq Vishq (yr. 2003)

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“Pimple or Pyaar Kabhi Chup Nahi sakte”, says the love guru in the movie. This movie cast Shahid Kapoor, which won him Filmfare male debut award, it’s a teenybopper college campus love triangle. The movie is heart-warming,
While Shahid plays his role well, Amrita portrays Payal with sensitivity and charm. Shenaz, on the other hand, is a bit of a letdown. Yash Tonk as the college love guru is good. This movie will surely give you goosebumps.



16. Yuva (yr. 2004)

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Yuva is Mani Ratnam’s cult classic movie starring multi-star. Yuva was a first of its kind film which showed student politics in such a serious manner. It was an awe-inspiring, hard-hitting, and very realistic movie. The story is about 3 young men who come from vastly different backgrounds and schools of thought. One incident on a bridge brings them together, changing their fates forever. If you were deep into student politics this one is a must watch for you.



15. Lakshya (yr. 2004)

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 The movie doesn’t fare well at the box-office but, arguably this is one of the best Hrithik’s  movie. Lakshya is more often a war story. Farhan capturing the feelings, thoughts, and desires of a section of the Now generation quite well, which will surely give you hard-striking goosebumps.The dance steps of Hrithik in the movie is best of all kind. This movie depicts the best part of Indian Military Academy.

14. Dil (yr.1990)

20 best hindi movies depicting college life
Dil movie is 90’s fun masala movie starring Aamir Khan and Madhuri Dixit. The fine performance of Madhuri in movie won her first Filmfare award. The movie would surely take you back to college life. It went to become a super hit and was remade in the Telugu language.

13. Main Hoon Na (yr. 2004)

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If you are a Shahrukh Khan fan this should be there in your list. It’s a Bollywood cult masala movie with full of innocence, romance, tragedy, and war. This movie depicts the student-teacher love story well. What happens when an undercover major officer goes back to college, watch it to know more.

12. Dil Chahta Hai (yr. 2001)

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Dil Chahta Hai told the story of three college buddies, who share their lives and Goa vacations together.The movie starring Aamir Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Akshaye Khanna, Preity Zinta, Sonali BendreAfter a carefree college life, the three go their separate ways to pursue their respective careers.



11.Yaariyan (yr. 2014)

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Yaariyan is comedy college campus life story. The story of the movie revolves around Lakshya, Jia, Saloni, Pardy and Neil are college students who study in a campus in Sikkim. An Australian man challenges them to win a competition failing which, he will demolish their college. It’s a young audience targeted movie, which you will enjoy watching, but not for sure.

10. Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na (yr. 2008)

20 best hindi movies depicting college life

JTYJN is a romantic comedy starring Imran Khan and Genelia Dsouza. The movie revolves around 6 college friends who sticks together in ups and down. It teaches us the importance and charm of the best part of the college life- that is friendship. So while chasing for your future do not forget that it is also the best time to make good and real friends as well.Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na would definitely be an emotional watch.


9. Fukrey (yr. 2013)

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 Fukrey is a Hindi word which means worthless, the story revolves around 4  worthless friends and how they create all the mess they could. it dealt with different issues of college life- less pocket money (remember?), the drive to make extra bucks somehow, the urge to impress your girlfriend by any means, and of course, the jugaads we all used to get out of sticky situations!

8.  F.A.L.T.U ( yr. 2011)

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F.A.L.T.U  is about four young friends who start their own college to beat the lopsided education system in the country.Agreed that this one was a total copy of the Hollywood flick Accepted, but it made so much sense in the Indian scenario. The dialogues; performances of the artists; music will match your flavor.

7. Wake up sid (yr. 2009)

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WAKE UP SID is a well-made film that should strike a chord with the youth mainly. This is the story of Sidharth Mehra, a lazy, unmotivated slacker from Mumbai whose life undergoes a series of changes after taking his final year college exams. Sid’s world is breezy, carefree, and without any true responsibilities.Thumbs up for it!

6. 2 States(yr. 2014)

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2 States is a romantic drama film based on the novel of Chetan Bhagat of same. The movie starring Arjun Kapoor and Alia Bhatt from two different cultural backgrounds and their typical marriage story until they convince their parents.The movie stretches out  ‘jhagda’ between the two sets of North-South  Indian parents.If you are in a mood for a Bollywood family saga with measured melodrama and the right amount of naach-gaana, watch 2 States.

5. Student  of the year (yr. 2012)20 best hindi movies depicting college life

Karan Johar’s college drama is of course, lavish, gigantic, larger than life, and revolves around rich kids.The film was a typical love triangle in the college of three best friends and the peer pressure to be the best and on the top, where the girl falls for his boyfriend’s best friend.Set up against the backdrop of a student of the year competition, the film explored themes like love, friendship, and competitive spirit.



4. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (yr. 1998)

20 best hindi movies depicting college life
Whenever I think of college movies in Bollywood, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai surely comes. The movie is undoubtedly awesome classic film which brings in the new era of westernization, a stud boy, college romance, and the works!   This is one film which would definitely make you remember your puppy love and that one best buddy of yours from back in the days.

3. Rang de Basanti (yr. 2006)

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The film Starring: Aamir Khan, R Madhavan, Atul Kulkarni, Kunal Kapoor, Sharman Joshi, Sidharth and Soha Ali Khan.This one is definitely one hell of a coming of age college based movie, which touched a lot of hearts and had a lot to convey to the audience. While other college movies typically dealt with various issues in college life, this one did the same, and beyond. If you’ve had such amazing friends in college, or if you’ve been part of something big in your college life, this movie would definitely remind you of your college days.


2. Jo Jeeta Wo Sikandar (yr. 1992)

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This Aamir Khan movie is a beautiful feel-good film about three friends.The film stars Aamir Khan, Ayesha Jhulka, Deepak Tijori, Pooja Bedi, Mamik Singh & Kulbhushan Kharbanda in the lead roles. In the end, it all came down to a cycle race that won the day for Aamir Khan and his gang.

1. 3 Idiots (yr. 2009)

20 best hindi movies depicting college life

This one is for all those hostel boys in the engineering colleges played by Aamir Khan, R Madhavan and Sharman Joshi Based on Chetan Bhagat’s novel Five Point Someone., 3 Idiots is a must watch, when it comes to Bollywood movies based on college life.It is one of the greatest movie ever made in Hindi.The film sent out strong messages on Indian educational system- highlighting college ragging, obsession with high grades and the dangerous repercussions of parental pressure on today’s college-going kids.

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