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Flash Back: 10 best content-driven Bollywood films that 2015 gave us
Directed by Neeraj Ghaywan, this is a compilation of two narratives set on the backdrop of today's Banaras. At the end, two protagonists of two separate stories come across each other, as planned by the fate probably. Disturbing and unpleasant realities and heart-melting emotions were what made 'Masaan' a huge commercial success.
Dum Laga Ke Haisha
This film was directed by Sharat Katariya. An extremely well-crafted tale of how overweight woman who do not fit the usual definition of beauty are perceived the common people and mindsets set by them.
Talvar, directed by Meghna Gulzar, is based on the Arushi Talwar murder case which is also referred as the Noida double murder mystery. With a compact screenplay and tremendously good performance from the actors, it can arguably be called the best thriller of the year.
Full of ugly truth; and that's why deserves to be called beautiful. 'Art for people's sake' as they define it, Titli is a tale of invisible social violences.
Elegant and mesmerizing. Sanjay Leela Bhansali took 12 long years to execute his dream project, and the wait was worth. Don't judge it as a piece of historical facts, a film-maker will always have the creative license to alter facts as per the demand of a cinematic story. As a piece of amazingly crafted art, Bajirao Mastani tops the chart in 2015.
Main Aur Charles
This Prawaal Raman creation can be called 'dark and delicious'. A man commits series of crimes while each of victims have earlier fallen of his magnetic personality. Randeep Hooda gained global appreciations for his performance as Charles.
Angry Indian Goddesses
Director Pan Nalin had to work hard to get this film released as the Censor Board desperately tried removing the parts they found improper (sadly, the most relevant ones). A woman invites her girlfriends to her place to share the news of her getting married in near future. This results to a chain of reactions while unbuttoning interesting secrets from all the girls. Brave and humorous!
'Tamasha' didn't as well in the box office as it could. But then, Imtiaz Ali films were never just entertainment. While portraying the unnoticed shades of emotions and overlooked unconventional forms of relationships, they are so deep that they slowly grown on you. Tamasha is one such film which lets you rediscover yourself.
Directed by Madhureeta Anand, it is a docu-drama depicting the disturbing reality of Female Foeticide. The film sadly failed commercially but treated the subject with utmost sensibility.
Margarita With A Straw
Shonali Bose has done magic with this one. We often separate the physically or mentally challenged ones and the differently abled ones from the mainstream life while ignoring their basic biological needs which very much includes sex. 'Margarita With A Straw' is a touching tale which shows one such woman's craving for physical association. Moving one!
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