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5 BEST BOLLYWOOD FILMS OF 2019

5 BEST BOLLYWOOD FILMS OF 2019

Quite a healthy year for Bollywood, both in terms of box office profit and quality. Good remakes and true event based films performed really well. Without any long overture, let's check five finest films from this year.

5. BATLA HOUSE
With perfect ratio of emotions & technical details, this John Abraham starrer is equally gripping and valuable as per the contemporary situation of nation!

4. BADLA
This official remake of Spanish film 'The Invisible Guest' is really thrilling, unpredictable and clever. What more you want? Badla is a perfect mystery thriller with several layers.

3. PHOTOGRAPH
The director of 'Lunchbox' - Ritesh Batra came back with a heart wrenching masterpiece - Photograph. A melodious, poetic, tranquil, sentimental romantic drama with brilliant screen presence of Nawaz and Sanya.

2. SECTION 375
Section 375 is truly an Un-Bollywood-ish court room drama. Unbiased flow, brilliant acting, superb editing, directions, change of perspective and straight forward approach made this less hyped film a memorable masterpiece!

And the film of the year is......

1. ARTICLE 15
Another year, another bunch of film and another Ayushmann Khurrana film is on top! This Anubhav Sinha directorial is more than just a film. It's a mirror which reflects the bitter truth of society about which we hardly care about. A brave, powerful, top notch film making with dark undertones and huge relevance. A remarkable work of art!

Honourable Mentions: From the inspiring 'Super 30', patriotic 'Uri', 'India's Most Wanted' to the modern comedy 'Lukka Chuppi' was among good films of the year!

That's it. These were my favorites from this wonderful 2019. Share yours too. I am eager to hear from you!


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