For those who like entertainment putting together the best movies of 2016 Bollywood list of the year. Mostly it is tough to recall some fantastic films and performance of the year. Every year, Bollywood schedule is undoubtedly planning to give one underworld of a try. The list of Indian movies 2016 is pushy and astonishingly allowing for men and women.
Interestingly, the starting of the year and range of films also conveyed to light the detail that how stars are now genuinely backing films which don’t obey to any kind of ritual. From Alia Bhatt to Sonam Kapoor and Shah Rukh Khan to Shahid Kapoor all is the actors who are tiresome to push to cover and start roles and films that are not the normal.
Below is the list of best Bollywood movies of 2016 in the order of their releasing date, the year which drew and lacking in different orders.
A List of Best Movies of 2016 Bollywood
1. Airlift – ₹231.6 Crore
The starting of the best Bollywood movies’ year 2016 is magnificent with Akshay Kumar movie “Airlift” directed by Raja Krishna Menon. This vulgar on a real-life incident that happened with the evacuation of Indians established in Kuwait, during the attack of Saddam Hussein in 1990s.
In Airlift film, Akshay Kumar played a role of Ranjit Katyal, a businessman who receipts it upon himself to clue the emigration. Nimrat Kaur played the role as Katyal’s wife Amrita in this film. Akshay did a great job in this movie and achieved to touch right harmony not just with those who could narrate to the story but also the regular movie-goers.
2. Neerja – ₹135 Crore
This movie was released in February and directed by Ram Madhvani made ‘Neerja.’ Sonam Kapoor is playing a role of Neerja Bhanot that was 22-year-old air hostess of Pan Am flight 73. It was hijacked in September 1986 by terrorists.
Besides the story’s idea which could have finished the native slow and uninteresting. But outstanding writing by Saiwyan Quadras and Sanyukhta Chawla guaranteed that film was a fascinating drama. Neerja is a textbook example how to make a movie founded on a real life event without getting patriotic.
3. Kapoor and Sons – ₹152.45 Crore
‘Kapoor and sons’ is one of the best films of Dharma Productions of Karan Johar that was released in March 2016. But it is directed by Shakun Batra. And he told us a stunning story of a dysfunctional Punjabi family in Coorg in the funniest way.
This film was the well-written film of 2016. Writers Ayesha Devetri Dhillon’s attention to detail is what made this movie so nuanced, where every charm and relationship was acceptable. However, the film starred Siddharth Malhotra, Alia Bhatt, Rishi Kapoor, and Fawad Khan.
4. Udta Punjab – ₹1 billion
Much confusion over censorship guarantees that Abhishek Chaubey’s film got enough thrill even before its announcement. Udta Punjab was an important film on the lush drug misuse in Punjab, initially, this movie deprives of certification by the Censor Board.
A robust fight by the makers, sponsored by the entire film business. And a very public fight certified the film got out, and we are ready it did. This movie is not just created awakened of the problem that happens in the state. But also tells the story of four folks who fight it out to come clean.
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5. Aligarh – ₹2.9 Crore
Aligarh was released in the last week of February 2016. It is one of the best Bollywood movies 2016 that directed by Hansal Mehta. This film is also directed by a real-life story of Aligarh Muslim University professor Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras. He was mistreated because of his sexual orientation.
A difficult subject to tackle, Hansal carried the struggles of the marginal group to the fore with sympathy. The movie, which shows the unsuccessful truth of homophobia in India. It received a stand-up applause at the Busan International Film Festival.
6. Nil Battey Sannata – ₹69 million
‘Nil Battey Sannata’ movie is a story of a housemaid in Agra. She believes that it is strong and pushes her unwilling young daughter into education. There are good performances by a collaborative cast, Swara Bhaskar, Ria Shukla, and Pankal Tripathi. Apart from this having a moral and not once does the film hit a wrong harmony or seem boring.