Best Bollywood Award-Winning Films Of The Decade

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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 (2016)

“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.

Andhadhun (2018)

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.

Conclusion:

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.

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