Top 5 Epic Bollywood Movies On Friendship
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the…
Bollywood has taught us many things and other than the million ways to express love – Bollywood has defined friendship in ways sometimes normal human beings would fail to fathom!
On this friendship day, check out our list of top 5 epic movies from Bollywood on friendship and everything that goes with it!
This unforgettable movie has lasted and will last for generations. The song Ye dosti hum nahi chodenge, has actually become a trademark for friends. The classic Amitabh Bachchan and Dharmendra combination and their perfect camaraderie as they are ready to fight for each other, support and even make sure that the friend lands in trouble are always relatable.
2. Dil Chahta Hai
Now, this was a head turner for Bollywood and a lifestyle changer. After Dil Chahta Hai, friendship goals included a group trip to Goa. We all identified ourselves with either the character of Aamir Khan, Saif Ali Khan or Akshay Kumar. The different stages of friendship and the ways we come back to the few we love the most, ticks all the right boxes for us.
3. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
The debut movie of Karan Johar began the whole concept of the famous friendship bands and the grand celebration of friendship day that we are seeing today. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai also brought in the concept of ‘pyar dosti hai’ and the never-ending controversy if a girl and a boy can be mere friends and not necessarily lovers.
4. Koi Mil Gaya
Well, there are obviously all kinds of friendships and this exploration by Bollywood of extra-terrestrial friendship with a human was a revelation. Making its mark as one of the best alien movies in Bollywood, Koi Mil Gaya showed the power of friendship based on faith, trust and the uncorrupted innocence of children which is so easily forgotten by adults.
5. 3 Idiots
The friends you make in your college life last you for a lifetime and that it becomes the most unforgettable part of your life was what 3 Idiots was all about. It became such a craze that most people were inspired to go to college just so that they could get a chance to make such friends.
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the world goes by, Pallavi is optimistic to a fault and believes in building her world on her own rather than depending on others to make things right.