There are many classic Indian English films that have won our hearts, made us laugh, cry and think as well. From Gandhi in 1982 to The Japanese Wife, we have some amazing English language Hindi films which are worth watching. They are entertaining, sensible, classic and heart touching.
Although many Indian English movies have been made by famous directors like Deepa Mehta and Mira Nair, only some managed to gain a lot of attention. For example, Bride and Prejudice was a hit movie which also did well at the Indian box office. However, Water which was appreciated outside India did not do that good at Indian box office.
Some English language Hindi movies did a lot good. They not only won our hearts but became one of the classic films which you must watch. We decided to take a look at the Indian English films that you must watch.
Indian English Films That Won Our Hearts:
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The National Film Award winning English-language Indian film of 2005 is a classic creation by Aparna Sen which you must watch.
The psychological drama revolving around a dysfunctional family is narrated by Saif Ali Khan.
Bride and Prejudice
Primarily in English, this adaptions of ‘Pride and Prejudice' by Jane Austen had Aishwarya Rai, Martin Henderson, Nadira Babbar, Anupam Kher and Naveen Andrews in the lead roles. A nice and entertaining movie.
The romantic Bollywood film was made in English and Hindi. Victor Bannerjee, Perizaad Zorabian and Divya Dutta's acting makes it a must watch Hindi English movie.
The romance, comedy drama shows the lives of NRI and their weddings. The movie is a classic creation of Mira Nair.
Mr. and Mrs. Iyer
Rahul Bose and Konkona Sen Sharma won our hearts in this heart touching movie of Aparna Sen. The movie won international acclaim all around the globe.
The Japanese Wife
The cute love story and the fab acting of Rahul Bose just made us love the movie!
This is another creation of Mira Nair which won many accolades.
Canadian film directed by Deepa Mehta, and written and translated by Anurag Kashyap explores the lives of widows at an ashram in Varanasi