8 evergreen Bollywood movies on OTT

Shramana Kar

As a Bollywood fan, you know how hard it is to pick just one movie as your favourite. Hence, to help you we have curated a list of timeless classics that never go out of style. Revisit these gems now.

Mother India (Prime Video)

Radha, a poor yet determined mother, struggles to provide for her family while resisting the exploitations of moneylender Sukhilala.

Sholay (Prime Video)

Two thieves Jai and Veeru get hired by a retired police officer to capture the notorious bandit, Gabbar Singh, who has terrorised the village of Ramgarh.

Anand (Prime Video)

Anand, a terminally ill patient, embraces life with enthusiasm. His doctor Bhaskar is surprised. Bhaskar writes a book about Anand’s extraordinary journey, celebrating the power of positivity.

Mughal-E-Azam (ZEE5)

Prince Salim’s love for courtesan Anarkali is forbidden by his father and emperor Akbar, leading to a tragic end to their love story. Salim struggles to find solace.

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (Prime Video)

Raj and Simran’s European romance is put to test when Raj discovers that Simran is engaged to another man by her orthodox father. Raj travels to India to marry her.

Rang De Basanti (Netflix)

Sue’s project sparks a transformation in a bunch of students as they portray Indian freedom fighters, igniting the fire of patriotism and awakening a sense of purpose in them.

Devdas (Prime Video)

After his one true love Paro gets married to another man, Devdas goes down the path of self-destruction by drowning himself in alcohol to ease his pain.

Gadar: Ek Prem Katha (ZEE5)

Tara and Sakina’s love transcends borders, but soon their joy turns into tragedy when Sakina’s father forces her to stay in Pakistan. Tara Singh must fight against all odds to bring back Sakina into his life.