well its a wrap…2017 is just getting over so here are top 10 movies of the year 2017 which were superhit

It was quite a year for Bollywood cinema too, more films released to launch star kids shoved before our eyes, silly films earning crores by the hundreds while true cinema received a cold shoulder from audiences, and a film portraying obscure history prompting people to literally take their swords out of their scabs. well, here10 best films of 2017 which you should watch if you haven’t seen it yet.


A government clerk on election duty in the conflict-ridden jungle of Central India tries his best to conduct free and fair voting despite the apathy of security forces and the looming fear of guerrilla attacks by communist rebels.

An Insignificant Man

A non-fiction drama chronicling the most outrageous political debut in the largest democracy in the world, “An Insignificant Man” follows Arvind Kejriwal and his insurgent party as they look to shake up Indian politics while struggling to keep their own idealism alive.

Secret Superstar

Insia is a 14-year-old from Vadodara who dreams of being a singer one day.

Hindi Medium

A couple from Chandni Chowk aspire to give their daughter the best education and thus be a part of and accepted by the elite of Delhi. It is a lighthearted take on a subject matter close to the heart of every middle-class Indian parent – English medium education. It is a satire on the excessive importance given to the English language in our country and how the true purpose of education gets lost in the process.


Trapped’ renders the situation creates a haunting thriller, probably one of the best Bollywood has produced in recent times. Rao, who is the lone man on screen for most of the film, delivers a flawless performance, probably channeling all his inner frustration, and keeps us absolutely hooked.

The Ghazi Attack

n a time when Bollywood is churning out patriotic films on a regular basis, ‘The Ghazi Attack’ stands out for its technical brilliance and never-seen-before underwater action sequences in Indian cinema. Based on a true story during the Indo-Pakistan war of 1971, the film has an authentic aura around it, what with the surprising accuracy of narrating events as they transpired and attention to detail with respect to nautical terminology and set design.


A tale of a small boy with dreams and his journey to becoming the God of Cricket and the most celebrated sportsperson in his country.

Bareilly Ki Barfi

‘Bareily Ki Barfi’ is a little more than your usual run-of-the-mill romance; Its slightly quirky twist on the usual rom-com story, the desi aura, the hilariously rustic Bhojpuri-esque dialogue and the individual and collective charm and chemistry of the lead trio being its biggest triumphs. Director Ashwini Iyer Tiwary, who rose to fame with her delightful debut ‘Nil Battey Sannata’ is at her understated best yet again.

Toilet Ek Prem Katha

Keshav falls in love with Jaya and gets married to her. However, she complains that there is no toilet in the house and he tries to pacify her with temporary arrangements.


A tale of how far a mother will go for the sake of her children

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