In India, Comedy Movies are referred to as “family movies.” No prizes for guessing that they are doing remarkably well towards the box office. As greatly so, romance & comedic movies matched equally on overall sales lists. Whereas most comedy movies now are ‘escapist,’ certain vintage treasures that earlier in the day when featured perfect plot elements. Nonetheless, great comedies still are created today. We’ve created a list of the ten craziest Bollywood movies in existence. We assure prickly rib cage as well as uncontrollable laughter if you witness any one of these. Lets tummy pains commence!
- Andaz Apna Apna (1994)
Multiple loungers (Aamir Khan and Salman Khan) battle for just an heiress’s love but finish up defending women against criminals. Whereas the movie received mixed reviews since it first came out, it is now considered a legendary masterpiece. The film’s script has already been cited, re-quoted, as well as incorporated throughout current discourse and society. And that’s the brilliance of such oddball humour.
- Gol Maal (1979)
Gol Mal has been lauded by reviewers as well as viewers alike as being one of the finest Bollywood comedies possibly filmed. A job search, a false moustache, a hockey game… perplexity hasn’t been this amusing. Utpal Dutt’s shrieks and bombastic laughs are all still legendary.
- Chupke Chupke (1975)
The movie is known for Dharmendra and Amitabh Bachchan’s comedic combination, and it has been released shortly just after the legendary Sholay. This movie is indeed a lighthearted comedy about a spouse who pulls a cruel trick on his wife’s father. These are some of the best offerings from the undisputed leader of situation-specific humour, Hrishikesh Mukherjee.
- Munna Bhai
Munna Bhai will have to go down in the history books as among the most memorable figures of such a contemporary era. Although the first part (Munna Bhai MBBS) focused on a gangster don who took over a med school, the second film (Lage Raho Munna Bhai) focused on Gandhigiri as well as its significance in contemporary society. Hard-core enthusiasts are waiting eagerly again for the third film with eager anticipation.
- Hera Pheri (2000)
Akshay Kumar, Paresh Rawal, Sunil Shetty, Tabu, Om Puri, Gulshan Grover, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, and Mukesh Khanna are among the cast members.
A Bollywood adaptation of a classic Malayalam movie from 1989. Ramji Rao is an Indian politician. Hera Pheri is indeed a cult masterpiece, to be sure. This storey follows a troubled trio once they become embroiled in a deadly kidnapping case.
- Khubsoorat (1980)
Ashok Kumar, Rekha, Rakesh Roshan, and Dina Pathak star in the film.
When a spunky woman comes to visit for a few nights and causes a ruckus, events in a rigid home shift. This movie is famous for Rekha’s comedic brilliance and also is considered one of the finest rom-coms ever filmed.
- Padosan (1968)
It is a strong candidate for such the finest comedic movie ever made. A humble guy met and fell in love with a gorgeous next-door neighbour as well as enlists the assistance of their friends to wow the lady, who is becoming more interested in her music instructor. The proper notes were struck by the combination of fun and song. Sunil Dutt & Mehmood’s personalities had famous singing battles. Kishore Kumar is indeed the life and soul of such a movie.
- Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro (1983)
This movie is a scathing parody about Indian politics and corruption involving two buddies who have to fight criminals, the mafia, as well as politicians. These actors seem incredibly funny; Naseeruddin Shah and Ravi Baswani bring the house down as they accompany the body (played by Satish Shah) through a sequence of jokes that will make you burst out laughing. The conclusion, which features a cheesy stage version of Mahabharata, is arguably the funniest moment in Indian movie history.
- Chashme Buddoor (1981)
Two of the housemates find love with the same woman, but only one of them succeeds at winning her love. This all happens while another two decided to split them up, and just a joyful conclusion is greeted with such a barrage of laughs. Chashme Buddoor was indeed the quintessential collegiate comic from the early 1980s.
- 3 Idiots (2009)
3 Idiots, based on Chetan Bhagat’s novel ‘Five Point Someone’, was indeed the largest grossing film from its era as well as a hit across China. Two buddies are searching for third ‘idiot,’ who became the unique guy and it has been missing until the last day of graduation. To put it mildly, it was a roller-coaster experience. Keep an eye out just for Omi Vaidya’s crazy monologues, in which she delivers a statement into Hindi. This are the list of the Top 10 Comedy Movies of Bollywood.