|best Bollywood movies of 2000s|
2000 era is the starting of modern era in Bollywood industry. Many Unforgettable movies were produced in Bollywood. Let’s not talk too much just come to the main point and discuss the best Bollywood movies of 2000s.
Best Bollywood Movies of 2000
10. Hera Pheri (2000)
It is one of the most watch films by Paresh Rawal. ‘Hera Pheri’ is one of the best comedy movie ever made. It is certainly a masterpiece in its own little way.
9. Rang De Basanti (2006)
It is the most influential Indian movie. Hats up to the writer Rakesh Omprakash Mehra who is blends the story of the Indian Independence fighters with the disillusioned young adults of modern India. This movie has powerful screenplay and incredible performances with the brilliant soundtrack.
8. The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002)
The movie based on the legendary independence freedom fighter Bhagat Singh. It explored the chaos of the pre-independence era with utmost sincerity and laid out the triggers, disillusionment and motivations which made an influential freedom fighter out of an impressionable teenager.
7. A Wednesday (2008)
A debut like no other. A Wednesday is quite simply story-telling at its finest. An anonymous phone call puts everyone from government to common local peoples on high alert and demands the release of wanted terrorists.
6. Munnabhai MBBS (2003)
One of the best comedy movies everbe made by Sujay dutt.
5. Jab We Met (2007)
Best performance by the star cast. One of the best must watch romantic Bollywood film.
4. Taare Zameen Par (2007)
The beauty of Taare Zameen Par lies in its simplicity. ‘Taare Zameen Par’ is one of the most important movies ever made. This movie will move you to tears. It represents a beautiful student-teacher relationship. Addressing the pressure that we put on our kids under the guise of success and prosperity and how it destroys their childhoods.
3. Chak De India (2007)
It’s a sports Hindi film based on women hockey in India. This movie is one of the best sports movies which not only developed your inner confidence. But also makes you understand the value or importance of sports.
2. Swades (2004)
Ashutosh Gowariker’s ‘Swades’ is all about a journey of a man who re-discover himself. Paints a complex portrait of India, which despite its countless faults and inadequacies, is always worth fighting for.
1. Lagaan (2001)
Lagaan is one of the most epic Bollywood movies. This movie was nominated for an Oscar despite the fact that Americans hardly understand cricket speaks volumes about ‘Lagaan’ — and its connection with audiences.