Blockbuster 90’s Bollywood Movies that are Worth Watching

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The 90’s era has been an exciting one. Those were the days when OTT platforms had no space. From showcasing foreign landscapes to those emotional dramas, cliche thrillers and romantic tales, the Hindi movies of the ’90s are worth watching. Also, the 90’s bollywood movies come with vibes that can be enjoyed any day. So grab a tub of popcorn with freezing coke and go back to the memory lane with these superhit 90’s Bollywood Movie. All these movies are insanely fun with passionate love angles that can bring a smile to anyone’s face.

90’s Bollywood Films that Wll Never Be Aged:

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (DDLJ) (1995)

The evergreen romantic superhit film starring Shahrukh Khan and Kajol is almost everyone’s favorite. From 90’s kid to that of today’s generation, DDLJ has once been watched by all. Raj and Simran’s love story is so viral that even today, couples do like drooling over on the tunes of DDLJ songs. Also, how can we forget that signature train scene when Kajol runs to hold Shahrukh’s hand. Though the storyline of DDLJ is typical but it’s beautifully portrayed by Shahrukh and Kajol. Also, their chemistry is one of the best. It’s always good to see them together on the screen.

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998)

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai is another blockbuster by King Khan, Kajol and Rani Mukerji. The film delivers a strong and pure relation of friendship and love. Anjali’s feelings for Rahul and then, Salman’s sacrifice for Anjali, the movie has all to touch the strings of the heart. Each character has a strong role to play grabbing the eyeballs of viewers till the end. Apart from this, from party songs to romantic and melodrama, all the tracks are expressive and uplifting for inner peace.

Kaho Na Pyar Hai (2000)

Kaho Na Pyar Hai is a treat for every B-Town’s Greek God fan. Though it is not a 90’s film but every 90’s Kid has watched it. Hrithik’s killer moves to his spectacular performance, the film has hit the Box Office within a short period. Amisha Patel’s chemistry with the handsome hunk is the brownie points that add up to the credits of the movie being a blockbuster. Besides this, Lucky Ali’s voice in the movie is the cherry on the cake. All the songs are soothing and are still played under the popular playlists.

90’s Bollywood films: The Era of Khans:

Pyar Kiya Toh Darna Kya (1998)

Salman’s shirtless moves on ‘OH OH Jaane Jana’ is the track that every bachelor loves to play. The song also became iconic and through that, the entire world came to know the charm of Salman when he puts off his shirt. Salman and Kajol’s adorable love story and Arbaaz Khan’s possessive nature for his sister is fun to watch in the movie. Moreover, how can we forget Dharmendra Paaji’s cute innocent character in the film. Alongside, great romantic storyline, the stellar cast in the film makes it one in a million.

Pardes (1997)

Undoubtedly, SRK has been the King of the ’90s. The actor gave back to back superhits. Among such, Pardes is the one that can leave you teary-eyed anytime. The harsh reality behind the relation between a Sanskari girl and an NRI guy gives the movie a different turn. The actress falls in love with her fiance’s foster brother from where the actual emotional tale starts. The movie stars Mahima Chaudhary opposite Shahrukh Khan. All the songs in the film are pleasing and meaningful. Especially, Yeh Mera India is most loved and gives the perfect patriotic feel.

Darr (1993)

This 90’s bollywood movies is a game-changer for SRK. After getting failures in a few films, Shahrukh’s obsessed villain Avatar in Darr made him grab the title of best actor. Starring Juhi Chawla and Sunny Deol opposite SRK, the film is a must-watch for all the thriller lovers. Shahrukh’s performance as a homicidal stalker can give you goosebumps. The surprising part is, this film came at a time when things were not that sensitive for girls. However, today many women face the same issue of Obsession. Each instance in the film is spine chilling and keeps the intrigue intact.

Andaz Apna Apna (1994)

When it comes to the comedy genre, we can simply not miss Salman and Aamir Khan’s rib-tickling movie Andaz Apna Apna. From beginning to end, the film is wonderful with humorous punch lines and a laughable plot. The hilarious banter between Salman and Aamir in the movie will make you go Lolz. So, whenever feeling low, watch this out. The film also stars beautiful Divas, Raveena Tandon and Karisma Kapoor opposite the two Khans.

Well, these are some of the best 90’s bollywood movies. Tell us which one is your favorite and why?

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