Despite having a strong storyline and screenplay, some movies go unnoticed by cinema lovers. These movies failed at the box office or went unnoticed due to its low budget or less promotion. The marketing gimmick and publicity stunt of mainstream commercial movies make such movies more vulnerable. Here are 6 such films that every Bollywood buff should watch:
1. Shaurya (2008)
Shaurya is a 2008 Indian court dramatization movie by Samar Khan, featuring Kay Menon, Rahul Bose, Javed Jaffrey and Minissha Lamba. The film rotates around the court-military of a Muslim official in the Indian armed force for shooting his leader and is set against the setting of the Kashmir strife.
2. Black Friday
This Anurag Kashyap film dependent on the 1993 Mumbai bomb impacts was disputable to such an extent that it didn’t get the accreditation from the Censor Board for a long time. It was at long last discharged in 2007 after Supreme Court permitted it following the decision in the ’93 Bombay impact case was at last conveyed by TADA court.
3. Salaam Bombay! (1988)
The movie coordinated by Mira Nair, annals the everyday existence of youngsters living in the city of Mumbai. This best feature film movie also received the National Film Award. The film was even selected for Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
4. Ship of Theseus (2013)
This film by Anand Gandhi investigates the inquiries of personality, equity, magnificence, which means and demise. The title of the film alludes to Theseus’ conundrum, i.e whether a boat that has been reestablished by supplanting every one of its parts continues as before old boat. This movie also received the National Film Award for the best feature film.
5. I Am Kalam – 2010
A boy derives inspiration from the late former President of India, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam and decides to change his name to Kalam. Also, the rural boy harbors the dream of meeting his visionary once in his lifetime. The child star, Harsh Mayar, has won the National Film Award for Best Child Artist for this movie.
6. Ankhon Dekhi (2013)
Directed by Rajat Kapoor, Ankhon Dekhi is a bittersweet tale of a man who has an epiphany and decides that now he will only believe what he sees with his own eyes. Sanjay Mishra has done well in this one as the father of a middle-class family residing in Old Delhi.