10 Most Inspirational Movies Of Bollywood

Mayurika Tat
Jul 15, 2019   •  9 views

Manjhi : the Mountain Man (2015)

The courage, interests will power of a man to avenge mountain in order to show his love towards his dead wife is really amazing. He walked 1300km for justice, which he didn't get and finally what he did is now serving a thousand people of a village

Bhaag milkha bhaag (2013)

It's a biopic of Indian Olympic running legend Milkha Singh. His family originally hailed from Pakistan during separation of countries in 1947 communal war broke out. He ran for his life as he turned back to look, he saw family being butchered by swordsmen on horsebacks coming to him. He grew to be an excellent runner and represented India in international competitions but his phobia never left.

Chak de! (2007)

This is a story of the Indian women hockey team which because of it's poor performance and lack of sponsers is unable to find a good coach. Kabir Khan is a former national hockey team player steps in to take responsibility of the team. He takes the team to a new height and he regains his lost dignity.

Lagaan : once upon a time in India (2001)

Lagan is a story of a battle without bloodshed fought by a group of unlikely heroes led by Bhuvan. There is a slow awakening pride, the grit and determination of a people who have everything to lose. Faith and courage come face to face with arrogance and ruthlessness and the human spirit triumps.

3 idiots (2009)

The film looks at our educational system which pressurizes the students and does not allow to choose his destinations by his own wish, in a satirical way and brings out some of the flaws in it. Many of the situations and characters have resemblance or inspiration to "Five Point Someone" blockbuster novel penned by Chetan Bhagat. This is a sort of movies you will take home with a smile and a song on your lips.

Lakshya (2004)

It's a story based on a journey of an aimless lethargic boy who is in search of the aim of his life and ultimately becomes a dedicated soldier.

Jo jeeta wohi sikandar (1992)

The film has a underlying message : nothing succeeds like success. There is no one who can't be winner. It may take a jolt to make realize your potential, to give you a wake up call.

English vinglish (2012)

The protagonist is a homemaker and she runs a small business making ladoos. She is beautiful accomplished woman who efficiently manages her home and other family members. She is not valued at home as she don't know English. Later she secretly enrols her into a spoken English class and she reinvents her and regains her place in the family.

My name is Khan (2010)

Rizwan khan, the protagonist afflicted wih Asperger's syndrome is a Muslim man from India moves to Sans Francisco and lives with his brother and sister in law. Rizwan and Mandira gets married and are happy until 11 September, 2001 when attitudes towards Muslims undergo a sea change. When tragedy strikes, Mandira is devastated and they split. To win her back, he embarks on touching and inspiring journey across America.

Wake up Sid (2009)

Siddharth Mehra, a spoilt and selfish college student, learns the meaning of life and the importance of responsibility from Aisha, an inspiring writer from Kolkata.