Top 10 Movies That Went Too Far Beyond Love

Top 10 Movies That Went Too Far Beyond Love

In : Bollywood By storytimes About :-2 months ago

Sick of the same hero heroin romance stories? Well, then this post might seem to be interesting for you guys. In our industry its like, a movie can't be complete without any love story embedded in the script, no matter what kind of movie it is. And due to that, we all know the ending of the movie. But these below-listed movies are not like that, although we are not saying that there is no romance in these movies, but the way of romance is entirely changed and the story is more focused on other factors of the movie other than romance.


Neerja is based on the brave air hostess who lost her life saving many others during the unforgettable Pan Am hijacking of 1986. And from the starting itself, the movie never lets down the spirit of Neerja Bhanot. While Bollywood biopics tend to place masala in accounts of genuine identities, Neerja, fortunately, maintains a strategic distance from that!

Veere Di Wedding

Women empowerment in India is still telling its population to save the girl child and to educate her. So in this movie what you're going to see about is Women Empowerment. I mean not only women empowerment, but there are also many other factors that make Veere Di Wedding a good movie to watch.


Dangal is a very true inspiring story of former wrestler champion Mahavir Singh Phogat whose dream is to win a gold medal for India in wrestling. And when his wife gives birth to four daughters he gets disappointed because according to his point of view, girls can wrestle well. However, when two of his daughters, Geeta and Babita, come home after beating up two boys, he realizes how wrong he has been and begins to train his daughters in wrestling.


Andhadhun grabs your attention from the very first beginning and the biggest plus point of the movie is that it proves you wrong every time you predict next twist in the story. The entire script runs around Murder, Money & Man who is Blind.


Stree is a very well mixture of comedy and horror, plus Remarkable acting of all actors, especially Rajkumar Rao and Pankaj Tripathi. The concept is quite different and I am sure you guys would have never seen anything like this before in Bollywood.

Lipstick Under My Burkha

Lipstick Under My Burkha is a thoughtful and watchable India film which showcases the lives of 4 socially and sexually repressed women, who are looking for ways to get out of the stifling families they are living in.

Hindi Medium

Hindi Medium is an enjoyable and realistic story which is based on the reality of our society which considers English as a parameter for judging people, where people are not taken seriously if they don't speak English well and they are made to feel inferior.


Pataakha is a very different family drama and unusual chemistry of two sisters who hate each other to such an extent that they lose their normal sense when they don't see each other.


Movies like Karwaan are very rare to see, containing nice message along with humor, and power packed performances. Irrfan Khan steals the show with his acting and dialogues. Mithila Palkar and Dulquer Salmaan do justice to their role too.

Badhaai Ho

Badhaai ho is a fine blend of both comedy and emotions. Some scenes are truly remarkable and are going to be remembered for long. This is a not your typical Bollywood family story. At the end of the movie, it will leave you thinking about your parents, they're partners first and parents later.

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