The Biggest Content Oriented Films Of Last 15 Years That Would Certainly Be Big Hits Today

The Biggest Content Oriented Films Of Last 15 Years That Would Certainly Be Big Hits Today

Listicles Martini Shots, Authors: Aashish (Editorial Team), http://www.desimartini.com/new...day/article68340.htm

Every year, a lot of films jostle for the audiences attention to get maximum business for itself. Bollywood is one of the largest film producing industries in the world and very few people in the industry have mastered the formula of making every venture of theirs a success. But still, every once in a while even the biggest of the stars get a rude wake-up call at the box office when their films flop.

A number of times, we have seen, whenever a major star has headlined a content-oriented film or a film that is loaded with content sans stars, the audiences tend to ignore these films. The reasons can be many but it is only these days when the audiences are giving a chance to content-driven films and we see these films earning a lot of money at the box office. Here are the biggest content films of past 15 years that would do great business if they were to release today:

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Haasil: The 2003 film featured Jimmy Shergill, Hrishita Bhatt and Irrfan Khan in the lead roles and was directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia of Paan Singh Tomar fame. The film featured a realistic portrayal of the student politics in universities as well as gritty performances from the lead actors and Irrfan Khan won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor in a negative role for essaying the role of villainous Rannviajy.

The Biggest Content Oriented Films Of Last 15 Years That Would Certainly Be Big Hits Today

Balck Friday: Anurag Kashyap's film in 2004 drew the ire of Censor Board for a number of issues and was released a few years later. The film was based on 1993 Mumbai Serial blasts and featured acclaimed performances from the likes of Pawan Malhotra, Kay Kay Menon, and Aditya Shrivastava. 

The Biggest Content Oriented Films Of Last 15 Years That Would Certainly Be Big Hits Today

My Brother...Nikhil (2005): The film was based on the life of Dominic D'souza from Goa, a state champion in Swimming. Sanjay Suri portrayed his character as Nikhil and the film was praised for its realistic portrayal of people suffering from AIDS and the kind of behavior they face in India.

The Biggest Content Oriented Films Of Last 15 Years That Would Certainly Be Big Hits Today

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Manorama: 6 Feet Under- Navdeep Singh's directorial featuring Abhay Deol as a down and out public works engineer and a failed novelist who gets caught in a web of lies, deceit, and murder was one of the best films of 2007 and one of the best thrillers in Bollywood.

The Biggest Content Oriented Films Of Last 15 Years That Would Certainly Be Big Hits Today

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