7 Movies Of The 90's You Must Watch!

By Umulkiram Bhanpurwala | November 4th, 2016

Whenever a rear-view mirror flashes back to the 90's ka daur, our dil starts going pagal once again & "Mann" mein Khans, Kumars aur Kapoors ke liye armaans jaag jaate hain! But new-age folks, rehne do, kuch kuch hota hai, tum nahi samjhoge!

Here are 7 must-watch 90s films that'll you must watch once before you die!

7. Khiladi

90s
Akshay Kumar stunned us with his Martial Arts' skills and all we had for him after that is massive awe & respect, so much so, that Kumar was titled the official Khiladi of B-Town!

This Khiladi still continues to rule our hearts with his action-sequences!

6. Baazigar

90s
No. 6 pe Baazi maar li hai Baazigar ne!

SRK proved that a star is a star, whether a hero or a negative lead! He managed to score our hearts with his wit, dance moves and of course, his romantically dominant genes!

5. Ghayal

90s
Sunny paaji engraved his name in our hearts forever with this film! We loved the kind of action & power he showcased in the film! This film was appreciated so much, that it left people asking for more! Result, we had a dhamaakedaar Ghayal sequel almost a silver jubilee later!

4. Andaaz Apna Apna

90s
Aila & Uima became our favourite monosyllabic answers to every problem!

Rib-tickling comedy & awesome sense of humour - that's what Salman & Aamir gave us with this ultimate out & out comedy flick!

3.Dil Toh Pagal Hai & Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

90s

DTPH & KKHH as they're popularly called, score the 3rd position and thus a tie, simply because we couldn't decide with which movie SRK drove us crazier!

90s

Both these films had intense chemistry, a heart-breaking love triangle and the drama that give Indian Cinema goosebumps!

2. Hum Aapke Hain Kaun

90s
This family drama gave shook the foundation of the action, slash romantic angles enhanced in the 80s & introduced fun, romantic & emotional side of Bollywood, which was largely welcomed by the audiences!

1.Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge

90s
Still running strong in theatres, DDLJ sure, is bags the 1st place, both in the list & in our hearts!

This film was that generic, stupid-in-love kinda film & yet so unique in its own ways! It conveyed love in its subtlest form, moreover it was so relate-able, almost every 20 year old could instantly connect & fall in love with the film.

Which one was your favourite? Let us know in comments below!