Looking back at the last decade of Indian movies, Bollywood has amazed us all. Not only have they entertained people, but also left marks worldwide. The Hindi movie industry has changed wonderfully! This blog discusses the top prize-winning Bollywood movies in the past ten years. We’re celebrating the great screen achievement of this period.
Bajirao Mastani (2015)
The movie “Bajirao Mastani” by Sanjay Leela Bhansali is a mix of history, love, and greatness. Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, and Priyanka Chopra star in the film. It won many awards. One was the National Film Award for Best Director for Bhansali. The film used detailed plots, appealing visuals, and strong acting. Because of these, “Bajirao Mastani” was a hit with both critics and audiences.
“Dangal” by Nitesh Tiwari smashed box office records and won worldwide awards. It follows the true tale of wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat and his daughters. Aamir Khan shines in his role, winning the Filmfare Award for Best Actor. The movie also scooped up the National Film Award for Best Popular Film, marking its impression on critics and fans.
The movie “Andhadhun”, directed by Sriram Raghavan, made waves in Bollywood. Ayushmann Khurrana gave a standout performance as a blind pianist. This role landed him the National Film Award for Best Actor. The movie was loved for its unique story, top-notch direction, and surprise turns. It was praised and received awards at many global film festivals.
Article 15 (2019)
“Article 15”, directed by Anubhav Sinha, tackles caste discrimination in India’s countryside. Ayushmann Khurrana’s role as a committed cop bagged him praise and the Filmfare Award for Best Actor (Critics). With a bold look at social issues and compelling narratives, it’s a noteworthy addition to Bollywood’s film scene.
Gully Boy (2019)
“Gully Boy”, directed by Zoya Akhtar, is a movie that made a big splash with young people. It’s a musical story that folks really seemed to dig for its honest feel and top-notch acting. Ranveer Singh, playing a hopeful rapper from Mumbai, scored big time with viewers. He even snagged the Filmfare Award for Best Actor. Something fresh about the movie was how it used hip-hop to talk about issues like money and class, different from most Bollywood stuff.
We’ve wrapped up a decade of Bollywood’s growth, marked by award-winning films. These cinematic gems tell stories in new, exciting ways. We explored wrestling with “Dangal,” and delved into gritty rap culture in “Gully Boy.” Each movie shows Bollywood’s varied storytelling. As we wait for what’s next, these pieces will remain stellar examples. They celebrate the unstoppable energy and creativity of Hindi cinema.