Indian movies are known for its glamour, emotional dramas, love stories and lots of masala. But once in a while comes a movie which is exceptional. Movies where real emotions are expressed, which are classic and timeless. Movies are a way to entertain, but few movies teach you the lesson of Life, truth, reality. Here are 5 such movies, which are a must watch. If you haven’t watched them, you are missing something.

Kanchivaram (2008)

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Directed by: Priyadarshan

Produced by: Shailendra Sing,  Bhushan Kumar

Story: Priyadarshan

Star Cast:

Prakash Raj- Vengadam

Shriya Reddy- Annam

Shammu– Thamarai 

Kanchivaram is a Drama Film. The movie based in the town of Silk Weavers, Kanchipuram, in post independence Era. The film was screened in 33rd Toronto International Film Festival, and was also screened at The Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival in Pittsburgh. The film received many awards and nominations.

Life stories of a common man, from the society Silk Weavers. Unlike others, this young man has his own dreams to fulfil. A very interesting story line, a must watch movie.

Thanks Maa (2008)

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Directed by: Irfan Kamal

Produced by: Quantum Films

Story: Irfan Kamal,Vishal Vijay Kumar

Star Cast:

Master Shams- Municipalty Ghatkopar

Master Salman- Soda

Master Jaffer- Dhed Shanna

Master Fayaaz- Cutting

Baby Almas- Sursuri

Thanks Maa is a movie based on the issue of Child Abdonment in India. The movie was officially selected to be screened at Edinburgh International Film Festival, International Film Festival of India, Palm Springs Film festival, Cannes Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival and Pusan International Film Festival.

This movie is about a 12 year old street boy, who saves a 2 day old abandoned child from a ferocious Dog, and makes it a point to find the child’s mother with his four friends as he doesn’t want another child to live a life like his.
A great piece of art, Must watch movie.

Dasvidaniya (2008)

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Directed by: Shashnath Shah

Produced by: Guneet Monga,Vinay Pathak,Azam Khan

Story: Arshad Syed

Star Cast:

Vinay Pathak- Amar Kaul

Neha Dhupia- Neha Banot

Rajat Kapoor- Rajiv Jhulka

Brijendra Kala- Shiraz

Saurabh Shukla- Dasgupta 

Dasvidaniya is a Comedy Drama movie. A middle class man who loves to make to-do list and sets out to do them. One day realizes that he is about to die, makes his last list. Dasvidaniya is derived from a Russian phrase which means Goodbye. This film showcases, how life is precious and we must do what we want to do, as we never know when the time to say GOODBYE comes.

Paan Singh Tomar (2010)

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Directed by: Tigmanshu Dhulia

Produced by: Ronnie Screwvala

Story: Tigmanshu Dhulia,Sanjay Chauhan

Star Cast:

Irrfan Khan- Paan Singh Tomar

Mahie Gill- Indira

Vipin Sharma- Major Masand

Imran Hasnee- Matadeen Singh Tomar

Nawazuddin Siddiqui- Gopi 

Paan Singh Tomar is an Indian Biographica, Sports film based on true life story of an athelete, Paan Singh Tomar (Indian Army). Paan Singh Tomar won Gold Medal at Indian National Games but was forced to become a Notorious Chambal Vaey Dacoit. The Film showcase how an amazing athelete killed a man, who beated her 95 yrs old mother. His innocence and circumstances which led an athelete who could have made India proud was killed by Police. The Film was permiered at British Film Institute London in 2010 but was domestically released in 2012. The film bagged many prestigious Awards.

A must watch movie.

I am Kalam (2010)

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Directed by: Nila Madhab Panda

Produced by: Satanshu Mishra,Jitendra Mishra

Story by: Sanjay Chauhan

Star Cast:

Harsh Mayar : Chhotu (Kalam)

Hussain Saad : Prince Ranvijay

Gushan Grover : Bhati

Pitobash : Laptan

Beatrice ordeix : Lucy

I am Kalam is a Movie inspired from the Former President of India, A P J Abdul Kalam. The movie is aimed to inspire poor to educate their children and to showcase the importance of education in life. The role of main lead of the movie, Chhotu (Kalam) has been performed by Harsh Mayar, a Delhi slum boy. The Film was premiered on May 12 at the 63rd Cannes Film Festival. The film bagges many awards and was showcased at various film festivals across the globe.

This Film is a must watch, not only for elders but for children too.