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Cinema saw a huge rage of ups and downs this year. While a lot of films broke the glass ceiling to be internationally recognized, some failed to reach the audience despite a great reach. However, top, most impactful movies have been chosen based on not just the box-office collection but based on the stories that helped them become successful.


Bahubali: The Conclusion (MULTI-LINGUAL)

This multilingual film broke every box-office record to be the top-grosser in the history of Indian cinema. Bahubali: The conclusion is a sequel of Bahubali: The Beginning which was a huge success by itself. It was suspense ‘Why did Kattappa kill Bahubali’ which made people watch the conclusion. However, it was also the way the story was framed around the suspense which made the movie watchable more than once. In fact, the entire story becomes interesting with the introduction Amarendra Bahubali and the love of his life – Devasena.

What’s beautiful about the sequel’s story was that it was not just the character of Amarendra Bahubali which was larger than life but the introduction of a brave, bold warrior princess is what makes it strong and powerful.


Secret Superstar (HINDI)

As young as 17, Zaira Wasim is conquering the film industry in her own stride. Debuting in Dangal Zaira was full of power and energy sporting the role of Geetha Phogat. However, at such a young age she managed to take up an entire film on her shoulders. Produced by Amir Khan, the movie starred the man himself in a supporting role. This movie also won Zaira the National Child Award for exceptional achievement. The story is based on a young talented singer facing a lot of hurdles including domestic violence. The film was not only critically acclaimed but also a success at the box office.


Dangal (HINDI)

The biography of Geetha and Babita Phogat with Mahavir Singh Phogat played by Aamir Khan, Fatima Sana Sheikh and Sanya Malhotra won a million hearts. The love of a father and a daughter, the struggle of a woman fighter and breaking all those stereotypes, ‘Dangal’ produced by Aamir Khan and Walt Disney, took Indian cinema to another level. The movie directed by Nitesh Tiwari earned Rs.2000 crores worldwide.

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