10 Awesome Movies From 2014 That We Didn't Watch But We Must

10 Awesome Movies From 2014 That We Didn't Watch But We Must
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End 2013, the year when India shot for Mars, under high protest, at taxi fair and just the next year, we spent much more money on watching movies. 2014 is still seen as the golden year for movies in India, but the dark side of the story is that the best of movies actually worth watching didn't even make it to most screens.

Here is a list of the pearls that lost among the shine of fake diamonds. 

Children of War

Children of War

This film depicts the time of formation of Bangladesh in 1971 and the genocide and the rape of 400,000 women and everything dark about the time, it clearly depicts how wars are fought with religion as the weapon.

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In a tragic crossfire across the border, only two soldiers are left to fight. An Indian soldier of Pakistani origin and a Pakistani soldier of Indian origin. It is an intriguing story of connections and humans.

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Mastram

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Extremely entertaining with its own uncomfortable and twisted situations, the story depicts the proceedings of a writer inspired by Mastram, an anonymous writer of erotic stories in Hindi.

Miss Lovely

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Set deep in Bombay's 'C' grade film industry, follows the story of two brothers, one of them played by Nawazuddin Siddique (also produced by) in 1980s. It's a tour around strong themes and philosophies and a must watch for all.

Sulemaani Keeda

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Ugly

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Like its name, it is the mirror to this world full of corruption and inhuman humans. One of Anurag Kashyap's darkest flick till now, it is a must watch for everyone.

Yeh Hai Bakrapur

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With a good script and concept, this is the story of a pet, Goat of a Qureshi family, which acquires the rockstar status in the village and how people start fighting over it. Sounds interesting!