8 films of 2017 that made us re-think about the way we are leading our life
New Year is just around the corner, and people are all set to welcome 2018 with utmost zeal and zest. Well, Bollywood plays a significant role in shaping one’s life. Every year a lot of films get released at the box office, but only a few of them manage to leave an impact on the audience. 2017 was an average year there were not so many hits, but there were some films which definitely deserve applause.
Here is a list of 8 films of 2017 that gave us serious life goals:
Badrinath Ki Dulhania: Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan starrer Badrinath Ki Dulhania tops our list. The film taught us that respect comes first in a love relationship. Loving someone unconditionally is a good thing but sacrificing your self –respect is a bad idea.
Hindi Medium: Irrfan Khan was at his best in Hindi Medium. The film’s topic touched many hearts. So many people in India struggle when it comes to sending their children to English medium school. The film taught that English is just a language and there is nothing to feel ashamed about not speaking it.
Toilet: Ek Prem Katha: The title itself was really provoking. Bhumi Pednekar and Akshay Kumar starrer Toilet: Ek Prem Katha was a blockbuster because of the subject. The film taught us that toilets are really important for nation’s development.
BareillyKi Barfi : It was a light – hearted film with a very important message. Small town people are no more conservative. They are constantly changing and are now more liberated.
Tumahri Sulu : Vidya Balan is a wonderful actress, and she keeps proving her mettle as an actor again and again. Tumhari Sulu taught us that each one of us has a hidden talent and it depends on us how to use it.
Phillauri : The second film which was made under the production of Anushka Sharma. The concept of the film was really nice. It taught us that it’s high time we should stop believing in the concepts like “Manglik”.
Jolly LLB2 : Jolly LLB2 was a delightful film that enthralled all of us in the beginning of 2017. The melodious music and the message that our judiciary still needs a lot of improvement made it a nice film.
Last but not least, Shubh Mangal Shavdhaan : Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar made a comeback with Shubh Mangal Shavdhaan, and we just loved it. The film talked about so -called “Gents Problem”. The selection of the subject was really commendable.
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