14 Best Feel Good Indian Movies You Must Watch

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14 Best Feel-Good Indian Movies

Are you a great fan of Indian movies? Loves to watch Bollywood movies as well as regional movies from Tollywood, Kollywood, etc.? But at this time looking only for feel-good movies that can uplift your mood and spirits, then read on.

Indian movies are worldwide famous for cultural values and emotions, so you do not need to spend a lot of time in search of feel-good movies.

I have compiled the list of 14 best feel-good Indian movies that will light your mood up and bring satisfaction to your face.

These movies are available on Netflix, Amazon Prime or Youtube. The list has movies in Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam and Marathi.

1. Bommarillu (2006)

Siddu (Siddhart) is an obedient son who sincerely follows his father’s instructions and does everything whatever he says even if he does not want to.

One day he realizes that he has to go against his father’s wishes to marry his true love Hasini (Genelia D'Souza). Will surprise you and make you cheerful about what happens next.

It is a must-watch movie with your family and friends or even alone, Hasini will steal your heart. The character she played, everyone needs in their lives to add some spice.

2. 3 Idiots (2009)

The story runs on flashback, two friends Farhan (Madhavan) and Raju (Sharman) who are settled in their lives start looking for Rancho (Aamir Khan), their friend whom they never heard of after college.

While looking for him they relive the memories of college days.

A must-watch movie for all age groups. It’s a masterpiece from the Bollywood industry. Not only this movie will uplift your spirits but it will also teach you many lessons of life.

The character played by Amir Khan is inspired by real life.

3. Gol Maal (1979)

Ram Prasad (Amol Palekar) has to play a double role due to the lie to secure his job and deal with the strict boss (Utpal Dutt). This is what turmoil Ram’s life.

A timeless classic which I can watch all day again and again. This is one of those movies that you must watch before you die. The chemistry of Amol Palekar and legendry actor Utpal Dutt is priceless.

I challenge you name the movie which can outdo this movie in terms of simple but high-level comedy, acting and how each character portrayed.

4. Chachi 420 (1997)

A desperate man who has divorced disguises as a middle-aged woman so that she can take up a job as nanny of his own daughter and make things right between him and his ex-wife, but situation complicates when 2 men fall for her and one of them is his father-in-law.

This film inspired from Hollywood flick Mrs. Doubtfire starring Robin Williams and Sally Field.

The Bollywood version turned out to be one of the best movies of drama-comedy genre. Kamal Haasan at his best, which is usual for him.

5. Queen (2013)

A typical Indian girl from Delhi decides to go for honeymoon alone as her would-be husband ditched her on the day of marriage. While traveling she meets new people and learns many things which change her life.

This movie was a surprise package in the year of 2013 and another milestone in Kangna’s career. This movie is full of positive vibes.

6. Khosla ka Ghosla (2006)

A middle-class man (Anupum Kher) who is retired plans to build a house for his family on the land that he bought, but to his surprise, his land got occupied by a fraudulent property dealer (Boman Irani).

So the victim family decides to take back their land with a solid plan.

This movie shows every middle-class man’s dream when he is retired and now his ultimate motto is to build a home for his family, and then his property gets occupied.

Usually this is a sad story and has a sad ending, is it? Not in this movie as this movie shows the power of a middle-class family.

7. English Vinglish (2012)

Story of a typical Indian housewife who keeps her family healthy and fit and in return she gets cold behavior from her well-educated husband and daughter as she cannot speak English. So she decides to learn English and enroll.

A solid comeback of Sridevi and one of her best movies in the second innings.

8. Jaane bhi do Yaaro (1983)

A dark-political comedy focused on 2 friends who open photo studio to stand on their feet, but unknowingly they drag themselves in the world of political crimes and their fight for truth and justice.

A timeless classic from Kundan Shah starring Naseeruddin Shah, Ravi Baswani, Om Puri and Pankaj Kapur. Who can forget the climax of this movie which is counted as one of the best climaxes in Bollywood movies?

If you have not watched this movie then you missed the gem. This movie was made in the 80s, but still matches today’s reality.

9. Arya (2004)

A college love story where Ajay forcefully convinces Geeta to accept his love proposal. Then Arya falls in lover here proposes her, which she refuses without giving second thoughts.

But Arya does not give up and keeping in mind the thought of one-sided love he makes both Geeta and Ajay uncomfortable.

This movie does not show the typical love refusal and then forcing a girl to fall in love with you that his what Ajay did, but how you can win someone’s heart with positive attitude and sacrifice.

Fan of feel-good love stories, and if not watch this movie, you won’t regret it. The movie which boosted Allu Arjun’s career. It is one of the top-rated Telugu movies.

10. Ustad Hotel (2012)

An ambitious young chef from a rich family but a conservative father looks for a real purpose in life and love.

Also, this movie is for food lovers as you will find many dishes that you never heard of.

11. Anandi Gopal (2019)

Based on a true story of Anandibai Gopalrao Joshi who married a man double of her age and due to his insistence she studied and became the first Indian female physician.

A true example of women empowerment in those days when girls were now allowed to study, just marry and take care of families.

12. Deool (2011)

A Marathi-dark comedy focused on Keshya a simple village who believed that God has arrived but no one else in the village believes him. But when politics intrudes everything changes and this impacts everyone’s life.

Enjoy this movie with talented actors Girish Kulkarni (who is also the writer of this movie), Nana Patekar, Dilip Prabhavalkar, Sonali Kulkarni.

13. Natarang (2010)

Guna is a well-built villager who loses his job, then inspired by Marathi plays also called Tamasha, he decides to start his own theater group and in process of doing this he has to lose many things including his well-built body.

14. Kevi Rite Jaish (2012)

The film is focused on a particular Gujrati community, Patels and their obsession to migrate to USA. For many years millions of Patels have migrated to USA and build the name for themselves.

The story is focused on one such Patel family on what desperate measures they take to reach USA.

So this is the list of 14 Best Feel Good Indian Movies You Must Watch.

If you have any suggestions, please feel free to pen them down.

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