Bollywood Movies That beautifully Captures The Life of Delhi

The capital of our country is more than just a city. Apart from being historically important, it has the confluence of an old and new culture that makes Delhi far more interesting and happening. Bollywood directors have started looking at Delhi as a muse. They have started bringing the exact Delhi vibe in their movies. Be it posh neighborhood of south Delhi or congested by-lanes of east Delhi, you will get to see different and vibrant people of Delhi in these Bollywood movies.

1. Khosla Ka Ghosla

Boman Irani and Anupam Kher starrer Khosla Ka Ghosla is a story that revolves around a family living in West Delhi. They plan to shift to South Delhi, and what follows is a series of unplanned incidents that make the movie ten times funnier.

2. Vicky Donor

Ayushmaan Khurana and Yami Gautam starrer Vicky Donor is a story about a guy who lives in Lajpat Nagar, South Delhi. The movie has so many elements to make you see the Delhi vibe on the screen. For instance, the guy lives near an area where houses are so close to each other that you can hear people talking in another house. Even the connected terraces also play an important part in socializing.

3. Fukrey

This movie has almost everything we love about Delhi. The variety of food, culture, Delhi university campus life, and congested lanes of east Delhi, you will find yourself enjoying this hilarious movie with perfect Delhi backdrop.

4. Do Dooni Char

Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh starrer Do Dooni Chaar is a perfect family movie. The story revolves around a middle-class family who dreams of buying their first car. Their desire of finding a new car brings their family closer. With effortless acting and amazing script, Do Dooni Chaar was applauded by both- the critics and the audiences.

5. Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!

Dibakar Banerjee’s Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! is a story about a middle-class west Delhi boy who is easily influenced by high standards and pompous life of south Delhi people. On the surface, this movie might look like an out and out comedy, but if you look closer, you will understand how this movie aims to teach a major life lesson.

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