Wednesday, December 6

Bollywood movies with open endings

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There are lots of Bollywood movies releasing every week. Some of them are declared hit while some become flop at the box office collection. Some of them have interesting plots, some have twists and some have open endings.

Then comes the case where the film has a wonderful plot with no twists but an open ending, an ending that allows the audience to interpret infinite possibilities of ‘What might have happened next?

Here is a list of some Bollywood movies that left us thinking, take a look:

  1. No Smoking (2007)

K, a chain-smoker, visits a rehabilitation centre to quit smoking. He is released after he signs a cheque for 21 lakh rupees and is warned that his family will be killed if he dares to smoke again.

Director: Anurag Kashyap

Based on: Quitters, Inc. (1978); by Stephen King

Screenplay: Anurag Kashyap

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  1. Kahaani (2012)

Vidya Bagchi, a pregnant woman, travels to Kolkata from London to search for her missing husband. When all clues lead to a dead end, she realises that there is more than what meets the eye. Vidya Balan also came with kahaani series i.e.  Kahaani 2 film.

Release date: 9 March 2012 (India)

Director: Sujoy Ghosh

  1. The Lunchbox (2013)

An unlikely mistake by a tiffin carrier service results in Ila’s tiffin, that was made for her husband, being delivered to Saajan Fernandes. An unusual friendship soon develops between the two.

Release date: 20 September 2013 (India)

Director: Ritesh Batra

  1. Titli (2014)

When a young man attempts to escape the life of carjacking that his brothers have planned for him, he finds an unlikely ally in Neelu, the woman they’ve arranged for him to marry.

Release date: 30 October 2015 (India)

Director: Kanu Behl

  1. Badlapur (2015)

Raghu’s life is shattered when he loses his wife and son, who become victims of a bank heist. Enraged with anger, Raghu decides to avenge their deaths.

Release date: 20 February 2015 (India)

Director: Sriram Raghavan

  1. Masaan (2015)

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Devi, a resident of Varanasi, struggles to escape the social stigma attached to her pre-marital sexual indulgence; Deepak, a Dalit, deals with the pain of his lost love and caste-related problems.

Release date: 24 July 2015 (India)

Director: Neeraj Ghaywan

After watching these bollywood movies, I was basically left wanting for more. Any more to add to the list, please do comment below..!!

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