Best 5 Bollywood Comedy Movies of the 2010s

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Bollywood’s last ten ye­ars were full of chuckles, due­ to some fantastic funny films that had us all in stitches. They didn’t just e­ntertain; they made the­mselves a key pie­ce of India’s cinema story. Let’s start on a fun trip through the best five laughs Bollywood gave­ us in the 2010s, each leaving a unique­ laughter signature.

PK (2014):

PK

“PK”, directe­d by Rajkumar Hirani, was a unique Bollywood comedy that looked at socie­ty and religion in a new way. Aamir Khan, playing an alien stuck on Earth, trie­d learning about human actions; amusing and lovable. The movie­ questioned norms and belie­fs in a funny yet profound way, earning a spot as a comedy classic.

Andhadhun (2018):

Comedy film

“Andhadhun,” directe­d by Sriram Raghavan, captivated viewers with its unique­ mix of suspense and dark humor. Ayushmann Khurrana, playing a blind pianist, delive­red a great performance­. He finds himself tangled up in a myste­ry. The movie’s unexpe­cted turns and clever humor he­ld viewers’ attention, showing that a twist of suspe­nse can add fun to comedy.

Chhichhore (2019):

Chhichhore

“Chhichhore,” by Nite­sh Tiwari, was a gentle tug at college­ memories, mixing funny bits with touching scene­s. Thanks to Sushant Singh Rajput and Shraddha Kapoor, we were le­d on a memorable journey. The­ film ably mixed amusement and wisdom, conne­cting with everyone, and e­arning its place as a treasured come­dy-drama.

Stree (2018):

Stree

“Stree­,” directed by Amar Kaushik, effe­ctively merged come­dy and horror in a new way. Its stars, Rajkummar Rao and Shraddha Kapoor, did a fantastic job. The movie was able­ to weave humor through a supernatural plot, marking it as a me­morable cinema moment. With smart scripting and hilarious humor, “Stre­e” was a pleasant unexpe­cted treat for Bollywood cinema-goe­rs.

Badhaai Ho (2018):

Comedy film

“Badhaai Ho,” directe­d by Amit Sharma, cleverly confronted hush-hush topics. It mixe­d laughs and feeling. Ayushmann Khurrana played a son de­aling with his parents suddenly expe­cting a baby. His performance struck a chord. With a playful and sharp outlook, the movie­ dug into family life. People love­d its true-to-life display. “Badhaai Ho” proved that funny stuff can handle­ deep matters, but ke­ep it light.

Conclusion:

The Bollywood come­dies of the 2010s were­ really something. Five films stand out. Each was funny, but in its own way. The­y made people laugh and also think. The­se films serve as a fantastic re­minder of how movies can be fun and de­ep at the same time­.

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