Best of Bollywood and Film: The Top 25 of 2017
Posted On June 19, 2021
The Hollywood Reporter has picked the 25 best movies of the year, which were released this year.
Below is a list of the 25 films from the year to date, with a few highlights.
We’ve also included links to our list of Top 25 Films of 2018.
Bollywood – “Kubo and the Two Strings” (2017) This film about a group of misfits, who become the most popular duo in their town, was one of the top hits of 2017, and has now become the top-grossing film of all time.
It earned $4.1 billion worldwide, making it the second-highest grossing film, behind only “The Avengers” (with $6.3 billion).
The film has been nominated for seven Oscars, including Best Foreign Language Film and Best Actor, and earned seven Golden Globes and six Oscar nominations.
“Kuba” is now the most-watched film in Bollywood history, surpassing the $3.1 million of “Jubo,” which was released in 2017.
Bhopal: “Trouble” (2016) This movie about a small village in South Asia has become the third-highest-grossed movie of all-time after “Tremors” and “Jabariya.”
The film grossed over $2.8 billion worldwide.
The movie is the best-reviewed film of 2016, with only “Frozen” (which grossed $3 billion) coming close.
The film is also one of three Bollywood movies to earn multiple Golden Globos, including for best picture.
Bhojpuri – “Nirbhaya” (2013) This Bollywood-style film about the tragic murder of a Hindu woman and the subsequent wrongful conviction of her family, is considered a masterpiece.
It won nine Golden Globys, including best picture and best actor.
The plot is about an Indian family, who are accused of a crime but are convicted and sentenced to death.
The two women who are supposed to be their guardian, who has lost his daughter, have been left alone to raise their son in poverty.
The family members have a falling out and they try to protect the boy by trying to get him out of prison, but the boy escapes and they are arrested.
They are tried and convicted, and in the end, the accused are found guilty.
The filmmakers have said the film’s message of love and forgiveness is a message of hope for the entire society.
Aamir Khan: “Shaam” (2015) The story of a young Pakistani boy who discovers the truth about his heritage and his mother, is one of India’s best-loved films.
It is one the most successful films of all times and it has earned nearly $50 million worldwide.
This film was also nominated for six Oscars including best foreign language film and best director, and the film is a favorite among young and old, and is currently ranked as one of its most-liked films.
Bajrangi Bhaijaan: “The Big Sick” (2014) This is a Bollywood classic and a great example of how Bollywood can make a good film about its own culture.
The story revolves around a young boy, who is brought back from the dead by a doctor, and learns that his mother died from the same ailment as his father, who had been executed.
It was a critical success and was nominated for several Oscars including Best Picture.
Prakash Kapoor: “Siddhartha” (2012) Kapoor’s second film, “The Great Gatsby,” won seven Academy Awards including best actor and best screenplay.
It has been praised for its portrayal of Indian characters and the fact that it was shot in India, which is a special feature of many Bollywood films.
The main character is a teenager named Gats by his father who is a drug dealer and murderer.
The boy, Siddhartha, is the son of a wealthy businessman who is also an alcoholic.
He is trying to do the right thing and become a man, by trying his best to help his father out, which takes him through a dark world and into an abusive relationship.
“Shoot Me Baby” (2009) This Indian film is one that has become an international hit and has become a huge hit for its story of an Indian boy who is forced to go to prison for stealing.
The director and star of the film, Rajkumar Hirani, is a big fan of Bajirao Mastani, who starred in the film.
The protagonist, Pankaj, is an immigrant from Bangladesh who has to work as a dishwasher and has to learn English.
The screenplay was written by Hirani and Pankayar.
“Ranjana” (2004) Ranjana, who plays the lead in the movie, has