Best Bollywood Movies Of 2021
Best Bollywood Movies: Bollywood lost out on a lot of entertainment in 2020 but the makers of Hindi cinema gearing up for a year full of blockbusters. From the usual masala movies to a dash of romance, horror, comedy and action films be assured that 2021 will be packed with entertainers. And this is your destination for all the details about the movies that will hit the screens this year. Release dates, trailers, songs, cast information, in-depth analysis, reviews and much more – here’s all the latest updates about the best Bollywood movies of 2021. These movies are based on critic and user ratings.
1. 83 (2021) 4.0/5
Star: Ranveer Singh,Deepika Padukone,Ammy Virk,Jiiva,Harrdy Sandhu,Sahil Khattar, Chirag Patil,R Badree, Jatin Sarna,Dhairya Karwa,Saqib Saleem,Tahir Raj Bhasin, Adinath Kothare, Pankaj Tripathi,Dinker Sharma,Boman Irani. The journey of becoming a team that could trust itself to defeat the mightiest men in the gentleman’s game, is what Kabir Khan’s dramatic ‘83’ Full Movie Download is all about.
2.Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui (2021) 4.0/5
Star: Ayushmann Khurrana,Vaani Kapoor,Tanya AbrolWhile Abhishek maintains light-hearted humour in most situations, he handles the hard-hitting reality of the subject with sensitivity and maturity.
3. Bhavai (2021)3.5/5
Star: Pratik Gandhi,Aindrita Ray,Rajesh Sharma,Rajendra Gupta,Abhimanyu Singh
Bhavai also has some old-world charm and special mention must also be made of the treatment of the opening credits, with a golden touch to the black-and-white animation and ear-pleasing classical score.
4.Thalaivii (2021) 3.5/5
Star: Kangana Ranaut,Arvind Swami,Bhagyashree,Samuthirakani,Raj Arjun,Jisshu Sengupta Thailaivii pays a resounding ode to Jaya-MGR’s poignant love story, a relationship without labels.
5.Bell Bottom (2021)3.5/5
Star: Akshay Kumar,Vaani Kapoor,huma qureshi,Lara Dutta,Adil Hussain
‘Bell Bottom’ lives up to the charm of a Bollywood, big-scale commercial film that deserved to be released on the big screen.
Star: Parineeti Chopra,Paresh Rawal,Manav Kaul,Ankur Vikal,Meghna Malik,Shubraojyoti Barat The film follows the career highs and lows of the former world no 1, India’s ace shuttler, Saina Nehwal. It also pays tribute to the people who immensely contribute to her resilience and unbreakable spirit.
7 . Roohi (2021)3.5/5
Star: Rajkummar Rao,Janhvi Kapoor,Varun Sharma
Overall, the film remains true to its genre and packs a good dose of entertainment, which makes it worth a trip to the theatre.
8. Tadap (2021)3.0/5
Star: Ahan Shetty,Tara Sutaria,Saurabh Shukla,Kumud Mishra
To sum it up, while Tadap unabashedly plays to the gallery with action, music, and well-shot visuals, it would have helped a great deal if its screenplay had created some more room for the actors to drive home a more memorable love story.
9.Antim: The Final Truth (2021)3.0/5
Star: Salman Khan,Aayush Sharma,Sayaji Shinde,Mahima Makwana,Sachin Khedekar,Chhaya Kadam,Jisshu Sengupta
With intense action and drama (a tad too much), ‘Antim: The Final Truth’ checks some of the boxes for mass entertainment.
10.Satyameva Jayate 2 (2021)3.0/5
Star: John Abraham,Divya Khosla Kumar,Sahil Vaid,Harsh Chhaya,Gautami Kapoor,Anup Soni,Zakir Hussain,Daya Shankar Pandey,Rituraj Singh,Rajendra Gupta,Shaad Randhawa
If you enjoy the massy masala fare of the bygone era and are willing to take on thrice as much of John Abraham in one frame, you can go indulge in this one.
Star: Akshay Kumar,Katrina Kaif,Ranveer Singh,Ajay Devgn,Abhimanyu Singh,Neena Gupta,Jackie Shroff
Veer Sooryavanshi, Akshay Kumar has successfully taken over the mantle from his predecessors (Singham and Simmba), and with a generous dose of flying and somersaulting cars, this one is quite a bumper Diwali entertainer for you. And if you are a fan of high voltage action movies, go lap this up!
Star: Salman Khan,Disha Patani,Randeep Hooda,Megha Akash,Sudheer Babu,Jackie Shroff
This is definitely not the most wanted Bhai film, but the die-hard Salman fans might just find a reason to cheer him on, yet again.
13.99 Songs (2021)3.0/5
Star: Ehan Bhat,Edilsy Vargas,Lisa Ray,Manisha Koirala,Ranjit Barot
Overall, ’99 Songs’ has all the elements of an emotional love story with music at its core. With better songs and more conviction in its execution, this one had all the potential to become a chart-topper. After all, as Manisha Koirala’s character says, “Music is the last surviving magic in the world.”
14.The Big Bull (2021)3.0/5
Star: Abhishek Bachchan,Ileana D Cruz,Samir Soni,Durgesh Kumar
Overall, ‘The Big Bull’ is a decent attempt to tell a dramatic story of one of India’s biggest financial scams, orchestrated by a man, who seemed more like a common man than a con man. Watch it if you’re an Abhishek Bachchan fan, but don’t let the stock of your expectations rise too high.
15.Mumbai Saga (2021)3.0/5
Star: John Abraham,Emraan Hashmi,Suniel Shetty,Gulshan Grover,Rohit Roy,Amole Gupte,Samir Soni,kajal aggarwal
If you like gritty gangster dramas packed with brawn, blood and bullets then ‘Mumbai Saga’ could be worth a watch.
16.Madam Chief Minister (2021)3.0/5
Star: Richa Chadha,Akshay Oberoi,Saurabh Shukla,Manav Kaul,Shubhrajyoti
Madam Chief Minister gets our vote for being an entertaining political drama, set in the crime-infested corridors of power.
Star: Pankaj Tripathi,Monal Gajjar,Amar Upadhyay,Sandeepa Dhar
To sum it up, ‘Kaagaz’ could have been the go-to movie for those seeking a burst of inspiration, but it ends up being a uni-dimensional masterclass on one man’s acting prowess.
Star: Abhay Deol,Karan Deol,Anya Singh,Mouni Roy,Visshesh Tiwari
To sum up, Velle has some good moments. But one can’t help wishing the first half played out better, instead of making the post-interval part look like a different movie altogether.
19.Bunty Aur Babli 2 (2021)2.5/5
Star: Saif Ali Khan,Rani Mukerji,Siddhant Chaturvedi,Sharvari Wagh,Pankaj Tripathi
All in all, ‘Bunty aur Babli 2’ had an exciting premise to revive the two iconic characters, but this sequel feels like quite a con-job in comparison with its original.
20.Nirmal Anand Ki Puppy (2021)2.5/5
Star: Karanveer Khullar,Gillian Pinto,Khushboo Upadhyay
‘Nirmal Anand Ki Puppy’ depicts the monotony of Mumbaikars as well as the modern-day relationships that require equal amount of contribution and compromise from both parties. Overall, this film will undoubtedly touch your heart due to its simple approach and high emotional quotient.