13 Movies You Just Can’t Afford to Miss at All

Movies over the years has a great impact on our society and minds. Its not just a three hour show but also a powerful impression on our minds (at least for some days). Previously, one has to be dependent on the weekly movie in the nearby theater. But with the boost of internet, any type of movie can be watched online or transferred using DVDs/Flash Drives/Hard Disks.

Following is the list of some of the great movies under various popular tags that are sure to leave a deep impact. Yes , they have been hits too !

  1. 3 Idiots (2009)

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    3 Idiots (2009)

    The movie set on Indian education system, parents’ pressure on their children for good grades is one of the greatest watch of all time. The movie is a roller coaster that travels many fields and focuses on one’s creativity, skills and knowledge rather than education degree. The movie also questions the people’s definition of success. Loosely based on Chetan Bhagat’s “Five Point Someone”, this movie is must watch for every Indian youth.

  2. The Social Network (2010)

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    The Social Network (2010)

Based on story of Mark Zuckerberg and his startup turned company Facebook, the movie takes you to the Harvard, origin of a big idea, the business element and finally becoming the youngest billionaire in the world. The movie also tells you the unspoken part of the Facebook, the lawsuits, etc. It has a very appealing tagline – “You can’t get to 500 million friends, without making a few enemies”

  1. Jobs (2013)

    Jobs (2013)

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    Jobs (2013)

Entrepreneur of the Millennium, a dropout turned out to be a revolutionary for industries of Technology, Smartphone, Music, Movies. Genius like no other in the world, who focused more on design and creativity, faced many backslashes in life before being a icon of the world. Jobs is not just a biopic, but also a inspiring saga to move on in life.

  1. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013)
    Bhaag Milkha Bhaag

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A athlete like no other who travels through pain of partition of India and Pakistan as a child, lives in poverty and gangs, turns out to be a sports gem, gets trained, defeated, rise again, practice and shine. The movie will not make you sit down and relax in life but to always run like legendary Milkha Singh. The scenes revisiting Partition of India and Pakistan, will definitely make you cry.

  1. The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002)
    The Legend of Bhagat Singh

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Bhagat Singh is one of the most inspiring and influential figure of Indian Freedom Struggle till now. There maybe many movies based on his life but this one acted by Ajay Devgan is a very touching depiction of his life. At the age of 23, this young man sacrifice his life for the nation. He will always be remembered for his acts to aware the people, to take pride for the nation and be pro-active. This movie will make you feel proud of being born in a country where Bhagat Singh was born.

  1. Chaar Sahibzaade (2014)
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This movie features one of the greatest sacrifice of Guru Gobind Singh Ji for the protection of nation and Dharma against injustice of Mughals. So much bravery and valor of Guru Gobind Ji’s sons is the greatest lessons for respecting one’e culture. Intolerance and cowardliness of then Mughal ruler is well depicted. The movie deserves a must watch for a Indian, to know the sacrifice laid by our Gurus for the nation.

  1. Inside Out (2015)
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Human emotions play a very important role in determining his behavior. This beautiful animated movie, based on a young kid’s mind showcases a lab of all emotions and their journey to keep her happy. The movie depicts the value of all emotions in life and the end is a surprise element which showcase sadness is also equally important to value the happiness.

  1. The Christmas Carol (2009)

A lot of movies has been made on this famous novel, but definitely this one is the best in the terms of graphics, screenplay etc. The movie takes a greedy old man to his past and future on the eve of Christmas. The greedy man always thinks about money, never celebrates his life on any day including Christmas. This movie will definitely inspires you to be happy, to serve others and celebrate life.

  1. Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015)
    Bajrangi Bhaijaan

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Set on a backdrop of love and humanity, the movie is a wonderful depiction of a mute innocent girl from Pakistan who get lost in India and is cared by a loving person who finally takes the charge of dropping her home, without thinking of risks. The movie is full entertainment and also give wonderful lessons that love is the highest thing on the planet.

  1. Taare Zameen Par (2007)
    Taare Zameen Par

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Based on a kid suffering from dyslexia who is neglected by his parents, the movie stars Aamir Khan as a teacher in a journey who spends time with the kid and make him learn and rise in life. The movie focuses that each child is special and needs love and belongingness to explore his potentials and skills to do good in life. The movie connects a great emotional bond with the audience and conveys the message perfectly.

  1. Baahubali (2015)

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Highest grosser movie of the Indian film industry till date. Graphics, story, screenplay, cast beyond par. Inspired from Mahabharata, the movie displays the rich tradition of kings, princes, power of women and also the corruption of power. The movie is like a saga or a legend, second part yet to release. Such movies are rare and perfection outcome.

  1. Shivaji The Boss (2007)
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Superstar Rajnikanth, second highest paid actor in Asia, is one of the legends of India. Shivaji the Boss revolved around issues of corruption and black money in India. A US returned Indian software engineer look forward to do something for India but faces backslash by corrupt Indian politicians and businessmen and is cheated. How he manages to do everything using all his skills and wit is a great entertainment and curiosity.

  1. Lingaa (2014)

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Another flick from Rajnikanth, which takes you back to the times of British Rule in India, power of unity in diversity, foul plays by the British and a passion to do big for a village. The movie showcases the extra ordinary humbleness and simplicity of an Indian, his values, his genius mind but still down to earth. The movie shows a transition from British Oppressive Rule to present times corruption and also the power of common man and his actions.

There are many more wonderful movies that have great deep insights and inspires one to be positive and happy. Such movies should not be missed. Chose one now for this weekend. Feel free to add more such movies in the comments.