Click next to know about 16 movies that were not super hit but these are rich, bold and different in terms of content. Some are just hilarious!!

16. Lets talk: Not So typical Boman Irani

Starrer Boman Irani, the movie deals with complicated married life. It is the first ever Indian feature film that was shot in the digital format. It was then reverse printed in 35mm film to be released in cinemas. You will love to see a different Boman Irani in this film.

15. Mixed Double: Anurag kashyap wrote this bold script long back!

It was realesed in 2006. Starring big names like Konkona Sen Sharma, Ranvir Shorey, Koel Purie and Rajat Kapoor. The script is written by none other than Anurag kashyap. The movie is about wife swapping. Ranvir got this idea when he felt his sex life has no life anymore. Its a comedy film.

14. Freaky Chakra : rectangular love story

it is a 2003 Bollywood comedy-drama film. The film stars Deepti Naval, Ranvir Shorey and Sachin Khedekar. The film was India’s official entry for Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival and received recognition by the International Federation of Film Critics at the at 2003 Mumbai International Film Festival. This film deals with rectangular love story: love between four people.

13. English August : Inside story of an IAS

English, August, made in 1994, ignited the next generation of Indian cinema and is acknowledged as a landmark in contemporary Indian cinema. Rahul bose is lead actor in this film.
A humorous and irreverent study of bureaucracy and the Indian Generation X, English, August won several awards at international film festivals.
English, August became the first Indian independent film to break the stranglehold of mainstream Indian Bollywood cinema when it was acquired by 20th Century Fox and became a theatrical success in the country. This has led the way for other low budget, independent movies such as Bombay Boys and Split Wide Open, which are part of the next generation of “middle cinema”.
The film is based on the novel English August by Upamanyu Chatterjee. (source: Wikipedia)

12. Mumbai Matinee : Story of a virgin!

Mumbai Matinee is a 2003 Bollywood romantic comedy film starring Rahul Bose as a 32-year-old virgin. This film also starred Rahul Bose, Perizaad Zorabian, Vijay Raaz, and Saurabh Shukla. Very sadly Director Anant Balani died before the film was released. He was making film chameli when he died.

11. Everybody Says I’m Fine! : Directorial debut of rahul bose


is an Indian film, released on 12 September 2001 at the Toronto Film Festival. For his work on Everybody Says I’m Fine! Rahul Bose won the runner-up John Schlesinger Award for best directorial debut at the 2003 Palm Springs International Film Festival.
The story revolves around a salon owner who has capability to read minds of his customer. And thus begins twist and chaos.

10. Bombay Boys : homosexuality dealt long back!

It is a 1998 Indian comedy film. It follows the adventures of three young men in Mumbai The boys are of Indian origin, but were all raised in the West. Rahul bose and nasiruddin shah played major roles in the film. It also starred vinay pathak as chaiwala.

9. The Great Indian Butterfly:  typical Indian couple’s trouble story

It is a 2007 Bollywood English film. It is about finding It’s the story of a typical modern Indian couple and their journey to Goa in quest of a magical insect, and in turn, peace, love and happiness in life, which lies within ourselves.

8. Via Darjeeling: drama, mystry thriller!


It was directed by debutant Arindam Nandy. It stars Kay Kay Menon, Sonali Kulkarni, Vinay Pathak, Sandhya Mridul and Rajat Kapoor and murder 3 famed prashant narayan.
A couple on their honeymoon is about to return to the city. On the last day, one of them disappears. The mystery returns to Calcutta one night…via Darjeeling. Faces are unmasked. New discoveries made.

7. Straight : tedhi medhi love story

it was released in 2009 starring Vinay Pathak and Gul Panag in the lead roles. It was a typical vinay patha film.

6.  Jhankaar Beats : love, friendship and music!

jb is a 2003 Bollywood film directed by Sujoy Ghosh and released by Pritish Nandy Communications. It stars Juhi Chawla, Sanjay Suri, Rahul Bose, Shayan Munshi, Rinke Khanna and Riya Sen. In this film playback singer KK performed the song “Tu Aashiqui Hai” that remains to this day a very popular track amongst the masses.
it is a Story of Two copywriter brothers and their apprentice compete in a music contest.

5. I Am:  14 powerful actors in 4 short movies

is a 2011 Indian anthology film by Onir. It consists of four short films: “Omar”, “Afia”, “Abhimanyu”, and “Megha”. Each film shares the common theme of fear and each is also based on real-life stories. The film was financed by donations from more than 400 different people around the world,[3] many of whom donated through social networking sites like Facebook
You should definitely love to watch this film after knowing its starcast -Juhi Chawla, Manisha Koirala,Rahul Bose,Nandita Das, Arjun Mathur, Abhimanyu Singh, Sanjay Suri, Anurag Kashyap, Purab Kohli, Shernaz Patel, Radhika Apte, Anurag Basu, Manav Kaul,Pooja Gandhi

4. Ek Tho Chance: Bollywood erotic thriller

is a 2009 film directed by Saeed Akhtar Mirza and produced by Rangita Pritish Nandyunder Pritish Nandy Communications. The music director is Ismail Darbar.
The film stars Amrita Arora, Purab Kohli, Vijay Raaz, Pawan Malhotra, Rajat Kapoor, Saurabh Shukla and vinay pathak (Special appearance;)
The film tells the tale of Mumbai city and the millions who get off the train at VT station at every second of the day, hoping to latch on to the magic of Mumbai.

3. I am 24: most sensational issue is balding !!

A balding 42-year-old writer (Rajat Kapoor), uncharacteristically, cooks up an impressive series of lies and cover-ups to woo a young beauty queen.

2. Hyderabad blues : south sensation!


hyderabad Blues (1998) is a Bollywood movie directed by Nagesh Kukunoor. The film is about a NRI vacationing back home inHyderabad, India and finding himself a foreigner in his own land. In producing the movie, Nagesh Kukunoor invested the money he made from his engineering career in the United States. It was made on a shoe-string budget of Rs. 1.7 million and shot in 17 days. It featured in ten international film festivals,
It was much appreciated by Indian youth. Part2 is also released.

1. Morning raga : Perfect cinematic depiction of karnatic music!

You love shabana azmi?? then its must watch for you.  It is a story that brings the modern and traditional together, unites the past with present, Carnatic music with Western music, as never before in the history of humanity, fate and coincidence with individual choices
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