The best way to convey a message through art is to use film, which is a potent means of communication. The best Bollywood movies on social issues. Some movies prove to be much more than just entertainment, and then there are some movies that just provide us with entertainment. We refer to the work of a select few artists as “responsible cinema” because they accept the challenge of entertaining audiences while still delivering important messages. This is when we encounter films that have a bigger influence on society. Here are some of the top socially conscious films from Bollywood as well as some of the best examples of responsible cinema.
Ayushmann Khurrana is a comedic medical student with a profound social commentary. This film, which was produced and directed by Junglee Pictures, is a satire on society’s preconceived notions. Since its October 14 release, young people have already decided to watch it with their friends. This is a must-see film, and now that the production team has made it clear that it can also be enjoyed by family members, everyone should give it a shot.
Darlings, the directorial debut of Jasmeet K Reen, centers on the lives of Badrunissa, who endures violence from her husband. The film expertly presents domestic violence as a dark comedy without making it seem insignificant. In addition to holding up a mirror to society, it shines a light on significant issues like a woman reclaiming her agency and her self-respect.
This movie, which was directed by Divyang Thakkar, is based on the life of Jayesh Patel. The movie uses Jayesh to illustrate the desire for a male child, the unlawful practice of female infanticide, and many other discriminatory behaviors that continue to oppress women.
The tale of a brother and his four sisters is told in RAKSHA BANDHAN. Prem Lata Chaat Bhandar, a chaat stand in Chandni Chowk, Delhi, is run by Kedarnath (Akshay Kumar). Gayatri (Sadia Khateeb), Saraswati (Sahejmeen Kaur), Laxmi (Smrithi Srikanth), and Durga are his four younger sisters. All five of Kedarnath’s siblings lost their mother when they were very young. She had gotten him to promise that he would marry his sisters after they were wed.
Gangubai Kathiawadi delivers the urgent message that we must alter the way we view prostitutes and, by extension, women. Throughout its 156 minutes, this movie is entirely directed by women, with male characters serving solely as supporting actors.
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