Masala, Dance & Plenty Of Drama: Here Are Bollywood Movies Team LBB Is Watching Right Now

We are pretty sure you already have a subscription to Disney+ Hotstar, Amazon Prime, Netflix and also these streaming services. Our list of top Bollywood movies that you may have missed out in the theatres or forgot that they are available on stream on various platforms because they are worth rewatching. Bookmark this list of top Hindi movies to stream right now and make your stay at home a bit more fun. 

Andhadhun

We will put it out there right now itself that this isn't the only Ayushmann Khurrana movie you might find in the list. Ayushmann stars as a blind pianist who gets pulled into a murder mystery and that forms the major part of the story. This thriller movie will keep you guessing with plenty of twists and acting that will leave you believing that the characters are who they portray to be in the movie, only for it to suddenly take a different turn. It's dizzying, thrilling, and will keep you on an edge throughout. 

Where To Watch: Netflix

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The Sky Is Pink

It's a real tear-jerker but and without overdramatizing the real-life story of Aisha Chaudhary, who suffered from pulmonary fibrosis, the film is narrated from her point of view. The movie stars Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Farhan Akthar as the parents who are dealing with both the illness and their married life. A brilliant performance from the lead pair, the bitter-sweet movie will have you rooting for Aisha despite knowing the inevitable. 

Where To Watch: Netflix

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Mission Mangal

Mission Mangal is loosely (don't forget) based on the events and lives of ISRO space scientists who made India's first interplanetary expedition Mars Orbiter Mission a success. Featuring an ensemble cast that includes Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Sonakshi Sinha, Taapsee Pannu, and Vikram Gokhale, watch it for its inspiring storyline and rather compelling acting by Akshay Kumar and Vidya Balan. Also, if you are watching it for the first time, you'll see that rocket science is quite easy thanks to the movie making it simple through various cricket and street food references. 

Where To Watch: Disney+ Hotstar

Super 30

If you are the kind who finished every RD Sharma maths guide book ever and attended coaching classes, then you'll find this movie based on the real-life story of Anand Kumar relatable. Starring Hrithik Roshan as Anand Kumar, who coaches 30 students who are smart and ambitious but come from a poor socio-economic background. Inspiring storytelling and a dose of the good old Bollywood drama, it's a movie you can watch with the fam. 

Where To Watch: Disney+ Hotstar

Shubh Mangal Zyada Savdhaan

A satirical take on same-sex love, this Ayushmann Khurrana-starer is a breath of fresh air to the movie celebrate same-sex love while also throwing in education and awareness through quirky one-liners and moments. In fact, the antics of the gay couple, played by Ayushmann Khurrana and Jeetendra Kumar, are never used as a comic element, but instead, the antics of the parents and the society are used. Props to Gajraj Rao and Neena Gupta who've done a brilliant job of portraying a small middle-class family coming in terms with their son's sexuality. 

Where To Watch: Amazon Prime

Mard Ko Dard Nahin Hota

You'll laugh your head off in this action comedy film about a man who literally feels no pain owing to a condition called Congenital insensitivity to pain. It's got a great cast featuring debutant Abhimanyu Dassani who plays the lead Mard and what you'll love is how well the action sequences are done with a touch of comedic elements (those slow-mo moves are both wow and hilarious). Plus, Gulshan Devaiah as Karate Mani and Jimmy are too funny! 

Where To Watch: Netflix 

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For those who love crime thrillers, this one is the best ones to come out in the last year. It brings light to social issues such as caste discrimination that still pretty prevalent in India through the story of an IPS officer (played by Ayushmann Khurrana) who's posted in a rural Indian village and has to solve the crime when three girls go missing and are later found dead. It's thrilling, hard-hitting, and makes you think real hard to the situation at play. 

Where To Watch: Netflix

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Tumhari Sulu

A family movie that's entertaining and wholesome, Vidya Balan as Sulochana or Sulu wins your heart with her happy-go-lucky attitude. The crux of the story is how she lands the role of an RJ and brings about a change in her otherwise mundane routine life. Also, the movie is relatable in the sense that learning to have a work-life balance is so important. 

Where To Watch: Amazon Prime 

Stree

Based on a Bangalore urban legend, this horror-comedy movie is highly entertaining given that the cast features Rajkummar Rao, Pankaj Tripathi, Aparshakti Khurana, and Abhishek Banerjee who have done a fabulous job. Shraddha Kapoor.as the ghost is equally engrossing. The bumbling antics of Rajkummar's character Vicky, a ladies tailor, makes the whole movie a lot more interesting, and if you haven't watched it, make sure you do.