Bollywood Movies Won International Award:
There are some movies in Bollywood that did not attract a lot of people at the time it was released but, as they won awards internationally, a lot of people started noticing this hidden side of Indian cinema. Not only that, but they have also won several prestigious awards on various international platforms and have made India proud on many occasions. Let us share with you all some of the best works in Bollywood. Make sure you watch these movies with your friends and family, and you will be surely not disappointed.
Rajan Khosla’s Gattu is one of the most beautiful movies you will ever watch. This movie bagged a special mention at the Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk category at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival.
2. The Lunchbox
No words can describe how out of the world this movie is. Irrfan Khan starrer The lunchbox deserves your attention, love, and respect. We are so thankful to the makers for bringing such realistic character into life. This movie was Indian cinema’s official entry to The British Academy Film Awards or BAFTA. It also won the Critics Week Viewers Choice Award at the Cannes Film Festival 2013.
Another masterpiece directed by Kanu Behl, Titli, won the Best First Foreign Film Award that was given by the French Syndicate of Cinema Critics 2016.
This wonderful movie was directed by Nagesh Kukonoor in 2015. It won the Grand Prix of the Generation Kplus International Jury for the best feature-length film at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival, this should make you watch the film.
Vicky Kaushal’s debut film has made it to the people’s hearts. This beautiful movie, which also featured Shweta Tripathi, and Richa Chadda, made it to the FIPRESCI Prize and the Avenir Prize in the Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival 2015.
Rajkumar Rao is a talented actor, and whichever movie he does, he makes sure to give his best. Rajkumar became an international name with this movie. This brilliant movie had a world premiere at the 67th Berlin Film Festival, and there it won the International Federation of Art Cinemas (CICAE) award in its Forum segment.