May 30, 2024Republic Entertainment Desk

Timeless Bollywood Classics That Will Transport You To The '90s

1994- Two slackers, attempting to win the affection of an heiress, accidentally become her protectors from an evil criminal, directed by Rajkumar Santoshi and written by Dilip Shukla.

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1999-David Dhawan's latest film, starring Sanjay Dutt and Govinda, is his best yet, featuring epic jokes and entertaining hilarity as two brothers try to win their dream girls.

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(1995) A middle-class woman dreams of Bollywood fame faces a love triangle with her childhood friend a famous actor. Directed by Ram Gopal Varma starring Aamir Khan, Urmila Matondkar, Jackie Shroff

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Jo Jeeta Woh Sikander is set in 1975, Bollywood actress Nazneen Begum's daughter Tikku is raised by Tamanna, who discovers she's Ranvir Chopra's daughter, in Mahesh Bhatt's epic film featuring Aamir

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David Dhawan's comedy stars Govinda and Karisma Kapoor, as Timid Rajesh Malhotra, a millionaire's son, impresses his beloved's family by taking on the role of a servant. (1997)

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Virasat (1997) s about Shakti Thakur who returns to India after studying in London, reunited with Anita, but faces animosity and the loss of her father and rival Zamindar Birju.

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Satya (1998) is about a highly influential Hindi crime drama, effectively portrays Mumbai's underworld in a realistic, gritty, violent, and memorable manner.

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