Bollywood can bring a smile to your face and give you a new outlook on life. Here are some of the 'good guys' you should aim to be like.
Hindi movies are more than just songs and drama. Sometimes they give out important messages that impact your life. These movies will entertain you and inspire you to make positive changes in your life.
You don't get to learn essential life lessons every day from a friend who is crazy. The film was filled with funny lines, but it was all about helping people realize the importance of prioritizing what they want and not following what others expect.
Rang De Basanti
Amir Khan is a master at weaving life's lessons into entertainment. Aamir and his band proved that you must take the first step to transform your life.
We were moved by this beautiful story about an 8-year-old dyslexic child's imagination. It made us wonder if perfection is possible or find perfection in imperfect people.
It doesn't matter if you have a friend or a family member to support you. KanganaRanaut proved that it was possible to live a fairytale without a prince charming. You need to be brave enough to venture into the wild.
Zindagi Na MilegiDobara
Everyone loves Zindagi Na MilegiDobara. This blockbuster is not only high for its entertainment value but also is a refreshing breath of air in a sea full of drama. Positive thinking is what one should strive for in life.
Neerja inspired us to become heroes in a world full of villains. Everybody has a hero within them; all you have to do is recognize it when you need it. One simple flight attendant could be a hero for so many.
Hrithik Roshan's starrer Lakshya's mantra is "Never give up". Everybody is likely to feel lost at some point in their lives, but the actual man is someone who gets up and works hard to get out of that place.
Udaan is one of the most relatable, inspiring, and inspirational characters in Hindi cinema. Rohan inspired us to believe that anyone can achieve their goals if they work hard.
Paan Singh Tomar
Biographies can be a great source of inspiration, but Paan Singh Tomar reveals society's brutal side.
A Wednesdayis are a wake-up call to all citizens and the government. You should not allow others to make you vulnerable and be assertive when necessary.