Top 12 Bollywood Films To Watch This Diwali on iflix

It is the Festival of Lights, so what better way to celebrate Indian culture than to watch a Bollywood movie in between all the feasting?

Here’s a list of 12 Bollywood movies to watch today on iflix for free!

1. Sweetiee Weds NRI (2017)

Starring: Darshan Jariwala, Zoya Afroz, Himansh Kohli
Director: Hasnain Hyderabadwala


Sweetiee Desai is a happy-go-lucky Gujarati girl of around 22 years, born to a wealthy business man of Baroda. Her father is a jolly good person with only one ambition - to get his daughter married to an NRI from England, which is the reason he was deported from the UK many years back.

2. Hawaizaada (2015)


Starring: Pallavi Sharda, Mithun Chakraborty, Ayushmann Khurrana
Director: Vibhu Puri


The film is based on the life on an Indian scientist Shivkar Bapuji Talpade who is credited to have constructed India's first unmanned plane. This movie shows the hardships that he went through that led to his amazing discovery. The film is set in the pre-independence era of Bombay of 1895.

3. Bobby Jasoos (2014)


Starring: Mahima A, Ali Fazal, Vidya Balan
Director: Samar Shaikh


A rich man asks Bobby, a private detective, to find two girls and a boy in return for a huge sum. Although she accomplishes the assigned tasks, she struggles to understand the motive behind them.

4. Youngistaan (2014)

 

Starring: Dashrat Kaul, Boman Irani, Kayoze Irani, Farooq Sheikh, Abhimanyu Kaul, Jackky Bhagnani, Neha Sharma
Director: Pawan Kripalani

Abhimanyu Kaul, a young man living an ordinary life in Japan, finds himself in the political spotlight due to the sudden death of his father, the prime minister of India. Abhimanyu struggles to balance his complicated personal relationships with the political resistance against him from his own party. Being a public figure, by reluctantly accepting to represent the governing party, much against his own wishes and at the cost of his private life, is a double-edged sword that Abhimanyu must deal with.

5. Ajab Gazabb Love (2014)


Starring: Nidhi Subbaiah, Mayur Puri, Kirron Kher, Jacky Bhagnan
Director: Sanjay Gadhvi


The story revolves around Rajveer who falls in love with Madhuri. He realizes that she hates rich people. So Rajveer, along with his family, pretends to be poor to win Madhuri's love.

6. I, Me aur Main (2013)


Starring:
Mini Mathur & Raima Sen, Zarina Wahib, Prachi Desai, Chitrangda Singh, John Abraham
Director: Kapil Sharma


Ishaan, a music producer who has commitment issues with the women in his life feels a connection with Gauri, his next-door neighbor and therefore begins to learn the importance of relationships.

7. Break Ke Baad (2010)


Starring: Sharmila Tagore, Deepika Padukone, Imran Khan
Director: Danish Aslam

Aaliya is not ready for commitment even after a decade-long friendship with Abhay. She remains indifferent when he follows her to Australia, but is finally shaken when he announces his marriage.

8. Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani (2009)


Starring: Darshan Jariwala, Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina Kaif
Director: Rajkumar Santoshi

Prem is the life president of the happy club and has wacky adventures trying to make everyone around him happy. His current mission is to sacrifice his own love to ensure the girl of his dreams is happily married to the boy of her dreams.

(9) Golmaal Returns (2008)


Starring: Arshad Warsi, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Ajay Devgan
Director: Rohit Shetty


Obsessed with daytime TV soaps, Ekta Santoshi starts suspecting her husband, Gopal of being unfaithful. Unsatisfied with his answers, she decides to investigate, setting off a chain of hilarious events.

(10) Bluffmaster! (2005)


Starring: Ritesh Deshmukh, Priyanka Chopra, Abhishek Bachchan
Director: Rohan Sippy


Roy Kapoor is a conman who cons everybody, even his girlfriend Simi. On the day of their engagement, however, Roy's true face is exposed and he loses Simi. As if that was not enough, Roy finds out that he has a tumor and is going to die in less than three months. Before it is too late, his partner and disciple Dittu persuades Roy to take part in one last master plan.

(11) Baghban (2003)


Starring: Salman Khan, Mahima Chaudhry, Hema Malini, Amitabh Bachchan
Director: Ravi Chopra


Raj and Pooja have raised four sons that are now fully settled down and are very independent. When Raj retires, none of them want the burden of taking care of their parents. With Raj and Pooja relying on the kindness of strangers instead of their own ungrateful children, and their own selfish and cruel sons tricking them into living separately, the elderly couple must regain their worth and dignity, even if it’s the last thing they do.

(12) Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein (2002)


Starring: Dinesh Hingoo, Feroz Khan, Rashmi Sachdeva, Rameshwari, Raghuvir Yadav
Director: K. Ravi Shankar

Abhay arrives at his estranged grandfather Vishnu Pratap Singh's house to celebrate his wedding anniversary. Initially, he is received coldly by the family members, but Abhay's warm nature soon wins over their hearts, much to the dislike of Rudra Pratap Singh. During this time, Abhay falls in love with Mangala. Later, Abhay learns about the deeply-rooted family feud between his grandfather and granduncle, Virendra Pratap Singh. Will his efforts to reconcile both the families be successful?


If none of these tickle your fancy, fear not as iflix has a trove of films to peruse, so create your free account and start watching today!

This post is published in collaboration with iflix. 

Sheril A. Bustaman

Sheril A. Bustaman is a freelance producer and writer who is currently attached to Fat Bidin Media. She navigates the waters of step-parenting while also attempting poetry & prose in her ample free time. She can be reached on Twitter at @SherilABustaman.

 

 


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