Bollywood movies are an excellent source of entertainment. However, films are classified into different genres depending on the plot and story. Based on your preferences, interest, and mood; you can pick a kind and enjoy a movie night. Whether you love action cinema or a romantic saga, Bollywood has plenty to offer.
There are also some feel-good movies in Bollywood which you can watch any day anytime and uplift your mood instantly. These feel good movies are simple with a pinch of humor, tragedy, lesson, and most importantly, they are realistic.
Today, I bring you a list of my favorite Best feel good Hindi movies of all time.
List of Best Feel Good Bollywood Movies
There’s no specific genre for feel good movies. In fact, you can classify them as an individual genre in itself. The one thing that makes these feel-good films stand out from the rest is their simplicity. These realistic yet fun movies are easily relatable as most families or characters resemble the type of families or people we come across in real life.
You can watch these movies in the day or at night based on your comfort. Another surprising fact about feel-good movies is that you will never get bored of watching them over and over again. Hence, you will see a lot of these movies telecast on most movie channels in India.
So, without any further ado, let’s begin the list of feel-good Hindi movies.
Do Dooni Chaar (2010)
Do Dooni Char brought back the hit pair of Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh together in Hindi cinema. Directed by Habib Faisal, the film tells the story of a middle-class family where the father is trying his level best to keep his wife and children happy even during tough times. It’s an exciting tale of a happy family thriving to hold it together.
Ferrari Ki Sawaari (2012)
Directed by Rajesh Mapuskar, Ferrari Ki Sawaari is an exciting tale of a father-son relation where the father is giving his best to fulfill his son’s aspiration to become a professional cricketer. The film also has a supporting character which happens to be a Ferrari car, and the whole movie actually revolves around the vehicle.
Khosla Ka Ghosla (2006)
Khosla Ka Ghosla is a light-hearted film featuring Anupam Kher as Kamal Kishore Khosla whereas Boman Irani plays the main antagonist. Directed by Dibaker Banerjee, the film tells the story of Khosla family and their fight against an influential property nexus leader to reclaim their land. The film talks about interpersonal relations within a family and every middle-class man’s dream to build his own house.
Kabhi Haan Kabhi Na (1994)
Entirely different from usual love stories, Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa tells the story of a young aspiring musician who is the black sheep of the family. He is not our typical hero but a regular guy who tries everything to win the heart of the girl he loves. He is cunning, mischievous and at times sweet and caring too. Whether he wins her heart or not forms the entire story of the film.
Ace filmmaker Hrishikesh Mukherjee always tries to tell stories that we can relate. The 1972 film Bawarchi deals with the problems of a joint family where nobody cares for each other. When a Bawarchi named Raghu enters their abode, things start getting change as Raghu helps them realize real family values and morals. The film features Rajesh Khanna in the titular role, whereas Jaya Bachchan plays the female lead.
Chupke Chupke (1975)
Another Hrishikesh Mukherjee film on our list is the 1975 film Chupke Chupke. The film features Dharmendra and Sharmila Tagore in the lead roles, whereas Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, and Om Prakash play supporting roles. The film takes you on a laughter ride with a simple yet exciting story about a man hiding his real identity to play a prank on someone.
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Munna Bhai MBBS (2003)
Munna Bhai MBBS is a film beyond logic. Directed by Rajkumar Hirani, the film tells a heart touching story of Munna Bhai, who decides to enroll in a medical college to fulfill his father’s dream to see him as a doctor. However, the catch is that he is a renowned goon in Mumbai and doesn’t have any educational qualification to get a medical seat. Through this film, Rajkumar Hirani tries to draw our attention towards the insensitivity and detachment between doctors and patients throughout India.
Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006)
Lage Raho Munna Bhai is the sequel to the 2003 film Munna Bhai MBBS. In the sequel, Sanjay Dutt reprises his role as Munna Bhai and falls in love with an RJ Jhanvi, played by Vidya Balan. The film follows the story of Munna Bhai who finds a moral conscience when he starts seeing the spirit of Mahatma Gandhi and starts practicing Gandhigiri instead of violence. Arshad Warsi also reprises his role as Circuit.
3 Idiots (2009)
Another Rajkumar Hirani film on our list of feel-good movies is the 2009 comedy drama, 3 Idiots. Inspired by Chetan Bhagat’s novel Five Point Someone, the film tells the story of three friends enrolled in an engineering college. Featuring Aamir Khan, R. Madhavan, Sharman Joshi, and Kareena Kapoor in the lead roles, the film draws our attention towards the social pressure enforced by Indian parents on their kids.
Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008)
Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi marks the return of Aditya Chopra as a director after a hiatus of 8 years. The film also brings back the hit director-actor pair of Aditya Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan. RNBDJ tells the story of a newly married simple middle-class man who transforms himself into a loud, fun-loving Raj to win the love of his beautiful and vivacious wife. You must watch the film to know if the girl falls for the lively and fun-loving avatar of her husband or expects his real nature.
Wake Up Sid (2009)
Directed by Ayan Mukherjee, Wake Up Sid is a coming-of-the-age drama featuring Ranbir Kapoor and Konkana Sen Sharma. The film tells the story of a spoiled, careless, rich-kid in Mumbai who understands and starts valuing life after meeting an aspiring writer in the city. The beauty of the film is the fact that every guy in his 20s can relate to the male lead, whereas every professional woman can relate to the female lead of the film.