Bollywood’s most Interesting biopics
From freedom fighters to politicians, sports stars to businessmen, Bollywood has produced some staggering biopics in the last few years. As of late, it has directed towards enlivening
phenomenal stories of ordinary people.
With a wide assortment of biopics releasing in 2018, we look some interesting genuine stories that will be retold by Bollywood in near future, alongside the ones that have won hearts in the ongoing past.
Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi (2018)
A yearning venture, this biopic will see on-screen character Kangana Ranaut bringing Jhansi’s Rani Laxmibai, one of the pioneers of the primary war of Independence in 1857, alive on celluloid. The film’s story has been penned around KV Vijyendra Prasad, who also wrote “Baahubali” and “Bajrangi Bhaijaan”. The film is good to go to release this year.
That is the title of an upcoming historical film,based on the life of actor Sanjay Dutt. The movie is composed and directed by Rajkumar Hirani. Ranbir Kapoor plays the lead part. The film is good to go to release in June this year.
Super 30 (2019)
This upcoming dramatization depends on the life of mathematician Anand Kumar and his instructive program Super 30. The film stars Hrithik as the fundamental lead.
The Accidental Prime Minister (2018)
That is another upcoming anecdotal movie directed by Vijay Ratnakar Gutte and writted by Hansal Mehta. The political dramatization stars Anupam Kher as Manmohan Singh, the economist-politician, who served as the Prime Minister of India from 2004 to 2014.
Untitled biopic on Saina Nehwal (2018)
This yet-to-be-titled film will see actor Shraddha Kapoor venture into the shows of Padma Bhushan awardee badminton player Saina Nehwal. This is slated for a 2018 release.
Untitled biopic on Shakeela (2018-2019)
Richa Chaddha will be seen playing 90’s Malayalee on-screen character Shakeela, in the as of late declared biopic.
Actor Boman Irani will be playing the part of Kailash Satyarthi, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 and has acted to protect the rights of more than 83,000 children from 144 countries.
Actor Arjun Rampal played the part of criminal turned-legislator Arun Gawli in this crime drama. The movie was directed by Ashim Ahluwalia.
Haseena Parker (2017)
Directed by Apoorva Lakhia, this film depends on Dawood Ibrahim’s sister Haseena Parkar. The film had Shraddha Kapoor as the main lead. Her real-life brother Siddhanth Kapoor filled the role of Dawood Ibrahim.
Helmed by “Mary Kom” director Omung Kumar, “Sarbjit” depends on the life and battle of Indian rancher Sarabjit Singh (played by Randeep Hooda) and his family. Sarabjit was indicted spying and terrorism by Pakistan. The story is described from his sister’s (played by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) point of view.
One of Bollywood’s most looked for after biopics, “Dangal” saw Aamir Khan play Indian expert wrestler and Olympic mentor Mahavir Singh Phogat. The film was a super-hit.
M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story (2016)
Another games biopic that hit the screens in 2016 was “M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story”, based on the life of Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Directed by Neeraj Pandey, the film features the skilled Sushant Singh Rajput in the title role.
Featuring Shahrukh Khan, “Raees” is a biopic loosely based on the life of Gujarati gangster Abdul Latif Shaikh. Directed by Rahul Dholakia, known for his widely praised “Parzania,” “Raees” released in mid 2017 and got rave reviews.
Based on the life of former Indian International cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin, ‘Azhar’ opened to a blended reaction in 2016. It stars Emraan Hashmi, Prachi Desai and Nargis Fakhri. The much discussed biopic related critical occasions throughout Azharuddin’s life who was restricted from the sport for his alleged involvement in match-fixing.
“Airlift” follows an event in the life of Indian businessman Ranjit Katyal, who helped Indians from Kuwait when it was attacked by Iraq. The film pursued much debate over the veracity of its lead character (played by Akshay Kumar). By the by, it was well executed, acted and the first big hit of 2016.
“Neerja” portrays the story of young flight chaperon Neerja Bhanot, who yielded her life to spare travelers of the hijacked Pan Am Flight 73 of every 1986. Featuring Sonam Kapoor and directed by Ram Madhvani, “Neerja” was a colossal basic and business achievement.
The man who gave us “Shahid” in 2013 brought another intense biopic right on time in 2016. Featuring Manoj Bajpai and Rajkummar Rao, “Aligarh” depends on the life of a Muslim educator who was sacked on charges of homosexuality. The film was a thundering accomplishment among critics and audience.
Manjhi: The Mountain Man (2015)
This biopic depends on the life and battle of a man who truly cleared his own particular way. It trails the exceptional adventure of Dashrath Manjhi (played by Nawazuddin Siddiqui) who put in 23 years without any assistance etching a way through a mountain. The story was similarly well told.
Main Aur Charles (2015)
“Main Aur Charles” depends on genuine serial executioner Charles Sobhraj. Upheld by an intelligent script and inside and out research, it was a fascinating endeavor to investigate the mind of a hardcore criminal.
Mary Kom (2014)
Featuring Priyanka Chopra, the sports biopic relates the excursion of Indian boxing champion Mary Kom. The movie, directed by Omung Kumar, was generally valued by critics and audience.
“Manjunath” depends on the genuine story of an IIM Lucknow graduate, who was killed in 2005 for battling against debasement and going up against the fuel mafia.
Shahid (2013) Starring Rajkummar Rao, “Shahid” takes from the life of legal counselor and human rights extremist Shahid Azmi, who was killed in 2010.
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013)
“Bhaag Milkha Bhaag” depends on the life of Indian athlete Milkha Singh, prominently known as ‘The Flying Sikh.’ Backed by honorable exhibitions, the film was both a commercial and critical success.
Paan Singh Tomar (2012)
“Paan Singh Tomar” is an story of a accomplished Indian athlete who is compelled to become a bandit, when the framework comes up short him. A professional content and Irrfan Khan’s powerhouse execution make it a convincing watch.
The Dirty Picture (2011)
Based on the life of south Indian actress Silk Smitha, “The Dirty Picture” is an uncommon, intense biopic that discovered support with crowd and critics alike.
Rang Rasiya (2008)
“Rang Rasiya” relates the life of well-known Indian painter Raja Ravi Verma. The film was as questionable as the life of the painter it delineated.
“Guru” was based on the life of Indian industrialist Dhirubhai Ambani. The Mani Ratnam-film had Abhishek Bachchan essay the lead role and Aishwarya Rai play his affection intrigue.
Chak De! India (2007)
Inspired by the life of Indian hockey player Mir Ranjan Negi, “Chak De! India” portrays how a disfavored hockey player mentors a ladies’ hockey group to win the world championship.
Gandhi, My Father (2007)
The film investigated the stressed connection between Mahatma Gandhi and his child Harilal Gandhi.
Directed by Ram Gopal Varma, “Company” depended on India’s infamous underworld dons Dawood Ibrahim (played by Ajay Devgn) and Chotta Rajan (played by Vivek Oberoi).
Mangal Pandey: The Rising (2005)
Featuring Aamir Khan, “Mangal Pandey: The Rising” based on the life of Indian officer Mangal Pandey, one of the key progressives who started the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857.
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero (2004)
Based on the life of Subhash Chandra Bose, “Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero” is one of the uncommon movies on the Indian freedom fighter.
Ab Tak Chhappan (2004)
“Ab Tak Chhappan” is motivated by the life of encounter specialist Daya Nayak. The movie, featuring Nana Patekar, was directed by Shimit Amin.
The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002)
This is one of the numerous biopics made on the life of Indian freedom fighter Bhagat Singh. The film saw Ajay Devgn in a main part.
“Zubeidaa” based on the life of ill-fated actress Zubeidaa Begum (played by Karisma Kapoor), who married Hanwant Singh of Jodhpur.
Bandit Queen (1994)
“Bandit Queen” is a biopic on the life of Phoolan Devi, a lady torn by the patriarchal society, who turns into a bandit, and later a politician. directed by Shekhar Kapur, the film is a standout amongst the most very much made and questionable biopics to have left Hindi silver screen.
Loosely based on the life of Bombay’s underworld don Varadarajan Mudaliar and his muscleman Matunga, “Dayavan” saw Vinod Khanna in the title role.
Directed by British actor-director Richard Attenborough, “Gandhi” is, unarguably, a standout amongst the most accomplished biopics on Mahatma Gandhi. It is anything but a Hindi film yet unquestionably merits a privileged specify.