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IN Celebrities ON 18 Jan, 2016
Bollywood has always been a part of controversies. Sometimes actor goes shirtless in love scenes, or the actress goes wild.
The Censor Board is quite smart and always comes ahead to choke Bollywood fun.
Here are 7 Underrated Bollywood Movies you must not miss watching. Hey, do grab some Popcorn or favorite Pepsi or Coke.
Ek Doctor KI Maut is 1990's award winning film directed by Tapan Sinha. It shows the government's negligence, reprimand and insult of a doctor and his research, instead of recognition. The film is based on a story "Abhimanyu" by Ramapada Choudhury. This movie is based on the life of Dr. Subhash Mukhopadhyay, an Indian Physician who pioneered the IVF treatment just around the same time when another leading scientist Dr. Robert Edwards was conducting separate experiments in England.
This film was released in 1983, besides of the famous actor Naseeruddin Shah, Om Puri, Pankaj Kapoor, its box office collection was very less. For this movie director won the national prize. It is based on corruption in politics and media.
Black Friday was the most awaited film of 2007. It was banned for three years due to the censor board. It is based on Bombay Bomb Blast of 1993. It won many national prizes.
Phas Gaye Re Obama, a movie based on sarcasm of terrorism. America's most wanted terrorist "Osama Bin Laden". Fortunately, he is dead. Otherwise, he would have killed the director.
Haasil was released in 2003. It was directed by Tigmanshu Dhuliya. Background of this movie is student politics in Allahabad University. In this film, you can see how love turns into crime due to dirty politics.
Dil Dosti Pyar Etc, a movie on friendship, love and betrayal. The movie revolves around two friends who play a wicked bet. Watch it to get the shocking effect!
Tere Bin Laden is a great movie. It was released in 2010 directed by Abhishek Sharma. Ali Zafar is in the lead role as an ambitious reporter, who is trying to make a fake video on Osama bin Laden and wants to sell it to TV channels. It did not get more response from audience side as it is the satire on America's war against terror and realities. So, which one you are going to watch first?
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