Have you ever wondered which movie you can watch over and over again without learning more of that movie’s dialogues.I have figured out my list of romantic hindi movie that i can watch all over again that too enjoying throughly.
10) aane tu ya jaane na
An expected movie with a good engagement for the viewer.It breaks the traditional concept of the plot i.e the main lady lead has to be beautiful and crystal clear with what she wants in life.A good portray of confused minds with excellent plot.Every one has done justice to their roles.
9) Bachna ae Haseeno
Yet another Yash raj production i sa flick which would be liked by anyone who is on love or is some one close to love.Bachna Ae Haseeno has a great cast, great chemistry amongst actors [so sizzling, it could melt butter], great locations [jaw dropping actually] and some great moments.The film talks of three love stories: Raj and Mahi [Minissha], Raj and Radhika [Bipasha], Raj and Gayatri [Deepika]. Different ladyloves at different times in his life. And each of them teach him a little bit about love and a little bit about life, in their own sweet, sexy or sassy way.
8) Dil to pagal hai
Although, I found most of this film, to be quite juvenile in it’s projection of love. I have still, always enjoyed it for several reasons. For one, Madhuri Dixit has never looked better and has certainly never been dressed better. Also, I quite like the songs of the movie, even though there is not one single song I’d classify as a ‘classic’. After watching the film, after a gap of quite a few years, I think, it still holds up well enough.
7) Andaz apna apna
Andaz Apna Apna is the greatest comedy of all time. Rather it’s the greatest Hindi comedy of all time. This movie does not attempt to do anything but be funny. It does not have a single moment of drama, sentimentality, crying, etc. etc. It’s nonstop comedy.
The story is about Amar (played by Aamir Khan) and Prem (played by Salman Khan) and their wacky adventure in trying to win the heart of a beautiful, young, rich girl Raveena (played by Raveena Tandon). They start on their love journey and end up sharing seats in a bus.
Everything is smooth sailing till they discover that both are after the same girl. A fight ensues, each trying to better the other. Somehow both manage to get into Reveena’s house. Also present is Raveena’s equally beautiful secretary Karishma (played by Karishma Kapoor). Who will win over Raveena? Who will be stuck with Karishma? That is what we discover, laughing senseless along the way
6) Pyar tho hona hi tha
Anybody seen French Kiss? If you have and you don’t want to see it again, then don’t watch this movie. But if you do, then don’t go rent the original flick, go see this one. With brilliant songs and beautiful scenery throughout, this movie is as much a pleasure to watch as French Kiss.
Sometimes when Hindi movie producers and directors try to “derive” stories from English flicks, the movies aren’t too successful. Pyar To Hona Hi Tha‘s direction and story derivations were flawless, and if the viewer hadn’t seen the original English movie, this movie would pass for an original production
5) Kuch Kuch hota hai
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai is another love story, produced under the Dharma Productions banner, and is being distributed by Yashraj Films, which means quality work. Karan Johar has done a superb job as a debutant director, and is already considered to be at par with directors like the Chopras and Sooraj Barjatya. Shahrukh appears in a fatherly role for the first time, which he plays marvelously, giving a new touch to his acting. Rani Mukherjee plays a very short but sweet and winning role, for which she has gained a lot of popularity in a short time. As for Kajol, she is the one who should get most of the credit (after the director) for this film. Her outfits, her versatility, her looks… Everything is the best it ever has or ever could be! Love-triangle… well, turns out to be a love-quadrangle, in fact! Kuch Kuch Hota Hai seems to have made history. Critics feel that after a long time, a film has come that may be compared to the all-time classics
4) Hum dil de chuje sanam
A tremendous boxoffice smash upon its release in 1999, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam boasts a pair of thematically divergent halves — pandering to the young at heart in its first ninety minutes as it revels in the rebellious behavior of its youthful lovers, and then transforming in its second half into an ode to traditional values. Both halves feature their share of dazzling song-and-dance numbers.
3) Qayamat se Qayamat
A great romantic story of all time.the movie was love story with a difference… considered to be debut movie of both juhi and aamir the movie is simply too good… awesome songs, awesome acting… juhi chawla looked so lovable and cute especially when she addressed herself as “hum”… aamir launched as a choclatee lover boy with this movie… character artists like dalip tahil, goga kapoor, alok nath, raj zutshi did a fabulous job… the movie had an unconventional ending where both the lovers die… a must watch for hindi movie lovers…
Filmmaker Yash Chopra says India”s longest running movie “Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge” is a “phenomenon that defies explanation”.Did Aditya Chopra realise he was making history while filming his directorial debut, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge?Occasionally a film comes along that hits a powerful resonance with its audience. Such a film can be a trendsetter, making superstars of its cast, changing the direction of an industry, and even, to an extent, of a society. Dilwale dulhania le jayenge (“The brave-hearted one shall carry away the bride”) is such a cinematic bellwether, striking a perfect chord at a particular crossroads of Indian society where foreign influence meets domestic traditionalism. It’s a very important film, and it is also a reasonably enjoyable one.
1) jab we met
my personal fav of all time.Who can resist a good love story, Jab We Met is exactly that – a warm, fuzzy, and for the most part, original love story. Both passengers on a Delhi-bound train, Shahid Kapur stars as Aditya, a dejected young fellow who’s nursing a broken heart when he bumps into Geet, the annoyingly cheerful chatterbox played by Kareena Kapoor.
Despite the film’s severely flawed second half which is too long, too contrived and predictable to the extent of being seriously boring, Jab We Met is still an engaging watch because it sets off on such a fresh note. It’s the film’s first hour or so that wins you over with its simple charm, its immensely likeable characters, and the intrinsic humour in the writing.