These are the highest-rated films of the year 2021, including Flight and Aadhaar, if you see them, ‘Life Jhingalala’

These are the highest-rated films of the year 2021, including Flight and Aadhaar, if you see them, ‘Life Jhingalala’

The Bollywood Film Industry releases many such films every year, which do not have much budget but they surprise everyone with the strength of their content. These films do not appear to have big stars, but they contain stories that win the hearts of the audience.

In the year 2021 too many such films have been released, which have left behind the films of many big actors on the basis of their different concepts and powerful stories. These films have received excellent responses from the audience, as well as have received excellent ratings on IMDB as well. Let us tell you about the highest-rated films of the year 2021 …

Flight:

Actor Mohit Chadha starrer ‘Flight’ is the story of a businessman who plans to hit an airplane thousands of feet high in the air. Director Sooraj Joshi presented Business Revival with a completely different concept, which surprised the audience. The film shows how a lonely person trapped in an airplane thousands of feet above fails the planning of his enemies and comes back after touching death. The film ‘Flight’ is rated 8.3 on IMDB.

Ram Prasad Ki Tehrvi:

The film ‘ Ram Prasad Ki Thirvi ‘ tries to tell the audience that the old people who the society does not think of any work, can make a new way for themselves if they want.

The parents of the household live for the children for a lifetime and when the time comes for the children to give some time of their busy lives to the parents, they start making excuses. ‘Ram Prasad ki thirteenth’ shows that society is changing and in the changing circumstances, everyone has the right to think about himself. The thirteenth of ‘Ram Prasad’ directed by Seema Pahwa is rated 7.6 on IMDB.

Paper (Kaagaz):

Director Satish Kaushik got the idea to make a ‘paper’ film after reading a news item in the newspaper. It was written in the news that a person living in Uttar Pradesh has been circling the court for years simply because he has to prove that he is alive. His relatives, along with the government babu, have declared him dead on paper.

Artist Pankaj Tripathi (Pankaj Tripathi) has faced the troubles of this real-life person on screen. Pankaj Tripathi was praised for the film as he added a temper to the comedy with his better acting in this story. This story has been rated 7.6 on IMDB.

Aadhaar:

The government announces government schemes keeping the general public in mind, but imagine what happens if these government schemes become the common people’s life? The film ‘Aadhaar’ also depicts the life of one such rural man, who wanders from place to place in the circle of Aadhaar. The film stars Vineet Kumar Singh and Saurabh Shukla in important roles and is rated 7.5 on IMDB.

Nail Polish:

Whenever the Bollywood film industry has created excellent courtroom dramas, the audience has given them a tremendous response. The ‘nail polish’ of Arjun Rampal and Manav Kaul released on G5 also falls under this category. The film revolves around a murder, the accused of which runs a case in court.

In order to avoid punishment, the accused fabricates such a story that the judge also gets confused about whether he should be punished or not? The end of the film surprises the viewers and forces the accused to live a life they chose to defend themselves. The film ‘Nail Polish’ is rated 7.4 on IMDB.

The White Tiger:

Director Ramin Bahrani’s film ‘The White Tiger’ presents the story of a poor boy becoming rich. What challenges does this boy face in life to become rich, he is shown in this film. The film ‘The White Tiger’ gives a befitting attack on the Indian cast system, education system, and mindset.

‘The White Tiger’ features Priyanka Chopra, Rajkummar Rao, and Adarsh ​​Gaurav in the lead roles. Adarsh ​​Gaurav has also been recognized globally for his outstanding performance in ‘The White Tiger’. The film is rated 7.1 on IMDB.

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