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Loved Crew? Watch these 5 films with your girl squad

Rajesh Krishnan’s heist comedy released in theatres today. If you liked watching it, here’s a list of five chick flicks that you can watch with your gang of girls.

Loved Crew? Watch these 5 films with your girl squad
Loved Crew? Watch these 5 films with your girl squad

Last Updated: 06.31 PM, Mar 29, 2024


Another long weekend is here, making it the perfect time to watch the latest theatrical releases on the big screen or enjoy some quality content with your friends. If you’ve already booked tickets for director Rajesh Krishnan's Crew, which stars Kareena Kapoor Khan, Tabu, and Kriti Sanon, or you want to watch similar feel-good films with your girls, check out this compilation.  

5 films to watch with your girl squad



Adapted from Jane Austen’s 1815 novel Emma, Sonam Kapoor is the protagonist in Aisha, which is the story of a stylish, chic, upper middle-class South Delhi girl who makes everyone, including her best friend Pinky (Ira Dubey), small town girl Shefali (Amrita Puri), West Delhi boy Randhir (Cyrus Sahukar) and handsome hunk Dhruv (Arunoday Singh), follow what she says. All while Aisha stays in her own happy bubble. Each item of clothing, random items, and colour choices have been thoughtfully coordinated to produce a canvas that resembles a tour through a museum filled to the brim with works of art.  

Although she is a spoiled brat, Aisha is endearing, even though Ira Dubey's best friend's performance as Pinky Bose stands out for her arrogant magnificence. The two are utterly captivating as they bring to life the stereotypical super bi**ches, who, beneath their glitzy exteriors, are lovable, kind, and ambitious. In a pivotal moment, the girls ask each other if they will have to die alone while giggling their hearts out. 

Where to watch: Disney+ Hotstar 

IMDb Rating: 5.1/10 


Queen showed Kangana Ranaut in a new light: that she could carry a film on her shoulders with panache. Kangana plays Rani Mehra, a Punjabi girl from Delhi who discovers herself after her fiancé Vijay (Rajkummar Rao) cancels their wedding at the eleventh hour. Queen shows Rani battling her fears, insecurities and doubts and emerging stronger as a woman in a foreign land on her solo honeymoon. She nurtures friendships with other women (and men) and stands on her own two feet in this wholesome and entertaining film. 

Where to watch: Netflix 

IMDb Rating: 8.1/10 

Veere Di Wedding

Starring Kareena Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Shikha Talsania, and Swara Bhasker in lead roles, Veere Di Wedding is based on the 2015 film The Wedding Ringer. It showcases the highs and lows in the lives of the four young women and has relatable dialogues, plot and more. The beauty of this female-led film lies in the power of female friendships while dealing with the challenges of modern relationships, both platonic and romantic. It was the fifth highest grossing film of 2018 and the highest grosser for a female-led movie. 

Where to watch: ZEE5 

IMDb Rating: 3.3/10 

Thank You for Coming

Starring Bhumi Pednekar, Shehnaaz Gill, Dolly Singh, Kusha Kapila and Shibani Bedi as five friends, Thank You for Coming starts with Bhumi’s character, Kanika, searching for love and sexual pleasure as a 32-year-old woman. The movie is about peer pressure and how women should learn to live with not having orgasms—a topic that is hardly ever spoken up in our culture, not even in private. Additionally, it raises these delicate issues in a hilarious manner, which makes it relatable, with funny one-liners like, "GST nahin, apni maang bhar."  

Where to watch: Netflix 

IMDb Rating: 4.2/10 

English Vinglish

With her inimitable eyes, captivating smile and graceful dance moves, only the late Sridevi could have emoted the expressions in English Vinglish’s Shashi Godbole. Paired with an equally versatile Adil Hussain as Satish Godbole, her husband, Sridevi owned every frame as a simple housewife and entrepreneur who transforms into a fluent English-speaking lady. She left an indelible mark in the audience's hearts, shining in the Gauri Shinde directorial. The film grossed a staggering Rs 102 crore; it was made on a budget of Rs 10 crore. 

Where to watch: ZEE5 

IMDb Rating: 7.8/10 

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