6 Most Critically Acclaimed Bollywood Films Of 2015


Bollywood released numerous movies every year but most of us wait impatiently for the blockbuster ones. But in between some of the most underrated but equally or sometimes more brilliant movies have released.

1.    Talvar:
Based on the Arushi Talwar murder case, Talvar has been written by Vishal Bharadwaj and directed by Meghna Gulzar. Also the movie features incredibly talented actors like Irrfan Khan, Konkana Sen Sharma and Neeraj Kabi.


2.    Titli:
Written by Kanu Behl, Titli reveals the Delhi underbelly by following a violent brotherhood of car-jackers. It mainly focuses on Titli who wants an out from the business and how all hell breaks lose when he gets married. The film, co-produced by Dibakar Banerjee and Aditya Chopra, also features Ranvir Shorey.


3.    Main Aur Charles:
This is sort of an important movie because it introduces a lot of people to who Charles Sobhraj was. Main Aur Charles is based on the events of Sobhraj’s life, who was a con man, a vicious killer and a particularly mysterious and charming man. The movie features Randeep Hooda as Sobhraj along with Richa Chadda, Tisca Chopra and Adil Hussain.


4.    Drishyam:
This movie stars Ajay Devgn and Tabu. But it features on this list because it should have been a blockbuster hit, but wasn’t. The story revolves around Vijay Salgaonkar (Devgn) and his family who are being  hounded by Meera Deshmukh (Tabu), for reasons that would act as spoilers. Devgn and Tabu are brilliant and makes the movie total worthy of your time.


5.    Angry Indian Goddesses:
This is not only an important movie, it is also a whole load of fun. Angry Indian Goddesses had to be made and the fact that some ‘sensational’ clips were removed from the movie by the Censor Board should drive the point home. The only bane of the movie is that it tries to tackle almost every issue there is and that is where it might fall a little short. It is the story of Freida, Madhureeta, Suranjana, Pamela and Nargis along with Joanna and Lakshmi. If you still haven’t watched it, go catch it in your nearest theatre.


6.    Hunterrr
In all fairness, it is easy to understand why people might not have shown up for this movie. The trailer did nothing for it. But despite all this the Hunterrr is a pretty good watch. It is the story of Mandar Ponkshe, who is a sex addict. Hunterrr revolves around his life and what everything that he goes through till he finds true love, much like  Joseph Gordon-Levitt Don Jon .