From Andhadhun To Badhaai Ho: Top 5 Hindi Films Of 2018 That Toppled The Khans

Mina Muzumdar |Dec 31, 2018

From Andhadhun to Raazi, box office in 2018 was ruled by the Khans’ film. Here are the top 5 films.

Badhaai Ho

Badhaai Ho

The movie has mentioned to a sensitive dimension of a family that rarely any movie dare to disclose the hidden side; the activities of parents after their kids fell asleep. The film had the appearance of Ayushmann Khurrana in the role of an executive in middle management level who realised that his mother had got pregnant. While he had an outstanding performance as a son who was totally confused, the title stars of the movie belonged to Neena Gupta and Gajrai Rao who excellently played as the unfortunate parents. Last but not least, Surekha Sikri had shown to audiences how crotchety grandma should be. It is obvious that the mastered craft of the director Amit Sharma provided a new concept of the world and the movie.


Ayushmann Khurrana played a blind pianist in Andhadhun who technically did not witness the murder. Even though, it seems to be that he was in the crime scene and keeping a secret. It is about if his conscience could urge him to report to the police before a Tabu is going to take the choice from him. During the exciting thriller movie, the audiences seem to be caught up in unexpected plots; it is likely that the director wants to challenge viewers to leave the screens. The confusing climax of the movie has lead to many Quora's and Reddit's threads where people discuss and reveal the manufacturer's intentions. But then, that is the beauty of a true howdunnit.


While #MeToo trending has not had any sign of fadeout, Stree is a film about men who don't dare to go out when the night fell. The movie was a piece of evidence for the return of social critique genre, which has gained the attention from movie producers recently. The horror cum comedy movie had the feature of the fabulous cooperation between Pankaj Tripathi and Rajkummar Rao. The film can be considered as a boisterous critique of the patriarchy.


Alia Bhatt had a vulnerable performance when playing as a Muslim Kashmiri girl at the age of 20s who dedicates herself to reserve her country. To spy Pakistan, she agreed to get married a Pakistan army officer and executed many hard tasks. The welcome absence of chest-thumping nationalism makes it realistic.


Pataakha is a story about two sisters who forever skirmishing, whose father was going by the name Bapu by all people who know him. The India-Pakistan allegory was worn with pride by Vishal Bhardwaj work. The film also bravely raise the question of the meaning of constant conflict between Indian – Pakistan, North Korea – South Korea and Israel – Palestine. Furthermore, the puzzle here is that when they can bury the hatchet and establish peace. Even though Pataakha couldn’t solve the puzzle, but it still a story to remember.

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