Bollywood movies of the 90s that are still fresh in our minds

They made the childhood of 90s memorable and mushy

For Bollywood movie buffs, the 1990s was the most entertaining decade. It was the year of lots of Bollywood dancing, songs, fight sequences, love angels, betrayals, and drama. From comedies to mushy romances and the music, the 90s was a magical period. And for the kids of the 90s from India, growing up watching masala Bollywood films has been a huge part of our childhood.

From throwing the catchphrase of ‘Mogambo Khush Hua’ to being a drama child enacting the famous Amrish Puri dialogue ‘Jaa Simran jaa, jee le apni zindagi’, the film of the 90s has made us laugh and cry at the same time. Here is taking a look back at our childhood memories.

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
This love saga of Raj and Simran is a classic of the 90s for its filmy innocent love angle, family drama, comedy, and fun. This is perhaps the most era-defining Hindi film ever, right from the romance to the pleasant music, romantic locations, and dialogues, this film always comes on the top of 90s film.

Dil To Pagal Hai
There is no actor other than Shah Rukh Khan who made the name Rahul is so famous. With his unbelievable charm to die for and the way Rahul (Shah Rukh) falls in love with Pooja  with Nisha being hopelessly in love with him, is a classic love triangle by Yash Chopra that taught us what heartbreak really means.

Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
This was most probably the first encounter of the Indian audience with eloquent large scale Bhansali sets. The magnificent sets and beautiful costumes were a win among the audience and topping that the secret love story of Nandini (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) and Sameer (Salman Khan) which eventually failed leading Nandini to marry Vanraj (Ajay Devgn) was a mind-blowing narrative.

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
It is one of the other classic Bollywood movies of the 90s. With an epic love triangle and introducing the style of the 90s, this film gave us a lot. With Shah Rukh Khan and Rani Mukerji falling in love and the circumstances under which Kajol finally completes her love story, the film was a charm throughout.

Raja Hindustani
This love story was a refreshing one of a taxi driver and a rich girl falling in love when the rich girl is in town. With hard-hitting music, the story of Raja and Aarti cross the class barriers involving enormous drama, shows how love always triumphs in the end.

While these are just a few that were on top of my list, other epic 90s films are Andaz Apna Apna, Rangeela, Hum Aapke Hain Koun, Pardes, Karan Arjun, Virasat, Dil Se, Darr and Baazigar to name a few.

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