We watch cinemas for entertainment but love only those we connect with. A movies is not just a movie but a reflection of our society which has capability to show us our own face. The Characters, plots, songs portray our culture and living. Few movies resonate with us and we watch those again and again because we feel connected and understood. So let s take a look at eight classic movies you should watch because these perfectly define our generation.
1. Dil Chahta Hai
Dil Chahta Hai is a cult movie, it introduced a new point of thinking for Hindi film industry. Every character, every dialogue of this is real and relatable. When you watch this movie you will not just watch but feel. From Aakash, Sameer to Sid, every character lives in us.
2. Rang De Basanti
This movies in not about heroes, but tells how heroes become heroes. Every character has his/her own problem to struggle with, no one thought that they would do something big for the country. An incident happened and every one became hero of their lives and for their friends. Five restless young men rode on a journey to win justice for a friend who lost his life due to a failing political system.
3. Wake Up Sid
There are small things which are actually big and no one understands that. A rich spoiled kid seems happy and lucky to everyone, but in reality, he has his own struggles despite being rich. He is free but not free actually! Wake up Sid is one of the best movies of its genre. This movie will touch your heart and you will feel connected.
4. 3 Idiots
This movie wonderfully slates the friendship of three students of different personalities. This movie drives back to our college and let us relives our struggles. Every student studying to pursue engineering or trying to crack IIT knows the wrestle too well. 3 Idiots perfectly depicts expectations of parents, peer pressure, social pressure, and conflicts between ideologies of youth and system.
Every inch of this movie seems real and part of us. The way Rani talks, thinks, believes, expects everything is so real. Hats off to Kangana Ranaut, she lived this movie instead of just portraying. Every person doesn’t change drastically but overcomes from insecurities and low self esteem steadily, this is what this film tells about. We don’t turn hero but emerge as hero because of situation just like Rani decided to live on her terms after her heartbreak.
When you cross “3 Idiots” you reach to “Tamasha”. Tamasha perfectly explores the struggle of every youth trying to fit in the society to get a 9-5 job and settle in life because society thinks so.
One of the best movies of Anurag Kashyap and Bollywood. This film is based on Anurag Kashyap’s own life experiences, struggle of a boy living with his abusive alcoholic father. Rajat Barmecha’s character Rohan fights with his dominating father to achieve his dreams of becoming a writer.
Every character whether it’s Deepika’s or Amitabh Bachchan’s or Irfan’s is so true that you can’t help but love and feel this movie. Piku beautifully shows how two generations struggles with each other to understand and coordinate, only because both love and care for each other.