Bollywood is known for its fiction movies with high fashioned action sequences and overdramatic romance. A few Bollywood movies which are based on real-life stories have won over the audience. Here are 8 Such movies Inspired from true events.
8- Raman Raghav
This movie is based on the real-life story of Raman Raghav, a serial killer who killed as many as 41 people during the 1960s. This movie created a stir among movie fanatics for its exceptional acting by Nawazuddin Siddique and Vicky Kaushal. The story is gripping and definitely not for the faint-hearted.
7- Madras Cafe
This John Abraham starring movie gave us a deeper look into the conspiracy to kill the former Prime Minister of India, Mr. Rajiv Gandhi. The film showcases the tensions arising between Tamil Nadu and Sri-Lanka and how negligence caused the death of the former Prime Minister.
6- Special 26
Neeraj Pandey brought forward the biggest scam story of India into light with Special 26. A group of con-men dressed up as CBI officials robbed businessmen and politicians by conducting fake raids. The movie entertains in all levels and the climax of the movie is just unmissable.
5-Paan Singh Tomar
From a recognized athlete who has won many medals for India To being forced to become a dacoit, such is the story of Paan Singh Tomar. Played by Irfaan Khan, this drama movie was stated the best biopic by many critics and won over the audience.
4- Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag is the real-life story of world champion Milkha Singh. The movie covers the early life struggles of The Flying Sikh. This 3-hour long film keeps you focused with its intense story-line. Farhan Akhtar has given his career-best performance in this movie.
The Aarushi Talwar Murder case had become a talking point for its disturbing facts. This movie brings forward all those facts and the different theories that may have led to the murder of the 13-year-old. Was Aarushi killed by her own parents? Watch Talvar and find out.
This Movie is based on the real-life story of criminal lawyer Shahid Azmi. A man who never lived for himself and fought for the rights of criminals who had been falsely accused of terrorism. Rajkumar Rao was appreciated for his exceptional performance.
1- Black Friday
The movie that never was released Black Friday, gave us a closer detail about the 1983 Mumbai bomb blasts. The movie was appreciated for its fine direction and outstanding acting by the cast. The film is dark and intense.
Have you watched these movies? If not, add them to your list ASAP.