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. 

    Shubh Mangal Zyada Savdhaan

    Prime Video: Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan

    Prime Video: Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan

    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 Video

    Qarib Qarib Single

    Qarib Qarib Singlle | Netflix

    Qarib Qarib Singlle | Netflix

    One of our favourite Irrfan Khan movies after The Lunchbox, it's such a wholesome, feel-good movie. Starring Parvathy, you'll instantly fall in love with the story and the characters portrayed -- Jaya, the workaholic with zero social life and Yogi, someone who loves living in the moment. Oh, and the film takes place in Mumbai, Dehradun, Jaipur and Gangtok -- so major wanderlust vibes too! 

    Where To Watch It: Netflix 

    Thappad

    Prime Video: Thappad

    Prime Video: Thappad

    A more recent movie, this Taapsee Pannu-starrer is a social drama that centres around marriage and the roles of a husband and wife. The entire story revolves around the movie's title and domestic violence. It's a gripping story and apart from Taapsee's character, it's her husband's Vikram's, played by a brilliant Pavail Gulati, character that keeps the movie equally gripping.  

    Where To Watch It: Amazon Prime Video

    Gulabo Sitabo

    Prime Video: Gulabo Sitabo

    Prime Video: Gulabo Sitabo

    One of the first big movies to go straight to OTT, this Amitabh Bachchan-Ayushmann Khurrana movie directed by Shoojit Sarcar, is a delight to watch. The banter between the two lead characters is well scripted and natural, but to us, who steals the show is the Begum, played by a wonderful Farrukh Jaffar. It's a slightly long-drawn movie, but it's a really good family entertainer. Also, special shoutout to the soundtrack and music. 

    Where To Watch It: Amazon Prime Video  

    Axone

    Axone | Netflix

    Axone | Netflix

    An independent movie that recently released on Netflix in June, Axone is a movie that centres around the theme of food connecting people. Axone or akhuni is a strong-smelling pork dish that the characters are trying to cook secretly without their neighbours knowing. The characters all migrants from North East are living in a typical Delhi neighbourhood and through the central theme, you get a good hard look at all the stereotypes, the racial bias, and personal stories of migrants. Starring Sayani Gupta of Four More Shots Please! fame and Vinay Pathak & Dolly Ahluwalia in pivotal cameo roles, it's a movie worth watching. 

    Where To Watch It: Netflix  

    Gangs Of Waseypur Part 1 & 2

    Prime Video: Gangs of Wasseypur Part 1

    Prime Video: Gangs of Wasseypur Part 1

    On review aggregator, Rotten Tomatoes this crime movie directed by Anurag Kashyap holds a 96 per cent approval rating. To us, Gangs Of Waseypur is one of the best gangster films we've seen ever seen -- Hollywood including. Anyone who's seen the movie will rave about Manoj Vajpai's Sardar Khan character and the ensemble cast featuring everyone from Nawazuddin Siddiqui to Huma Qureshi. The five-and-a-half-hour movie is the perfect binge-fest for the weekend.   

    Where To Watch It: Amazon Prime Video  

    Mission Mangal

    Mission Mangal - Disney+ Hotstar

    Mission Mangal - Disney+ Hotstar

    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

    Mard Ko Dard Nahin Hota

    Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota | Netflix

    Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota | Netflix

    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 is too funny! 

    Where To Watch: Netflix 

    Chhichhore

    Watch Chhichhore - Disney+ Hotstar

    Watch Chhichhore - Disney+ Hotstar

    One of the late Sushant Singh Rajput's finest movies, Chhichhore is that movie one needs to watch (if you haven't already), for that nostalgia feels -- you know carefree college days and all that nonsense you did to make hostel life fun and enjoyable with your friends. It's high on the fun and emotional elements, and both Sushant's and Shraddha Kapoor's acting as Annirudh and Maya respectively are on point. Special props to Varun Sharma and Naveen Polishetty for adding the fun element with the former as Sexa stealing the show. 

    Where To Watch: Disney+Hotstar