Imagine yourself coming out of a theater after watching a film with a taste of a variety of foods!!! Well, It seems that your mouth is watering and why not… Naturally it is very much possible as the Bollywood flick you were watching for more than last 150 minutes was revolving around the all delicious recipes. There are many Movies for Foodies in Hollywood, but not in Bollywood.

A look at the best foodie films of Bollywood will further explore the idea of making films with an inanimate subject as its hero.

Daawat-e-Ishq (2014)

Dawat e Ishq Movies for Foodies

This recently released movie has once again refreshed our memory of foodie fundas of the films. Starring peppy and perky Parineeti Chopra and Aashiqui 2 famed Aditya Roy Kapur, together plate up a finger-licking dish full of foods and funs. The Protagonist in the movie has played a Lucknawi chef who charmed her on-screen lady with the aroma and flavors of his biryani and kebabs and left the audience in a lip smacking awe.

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The Lunch Box (2013)

The Lunchbox Movies for Foodies

“The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach”, these big little words are phenomenally portrayed in the film. The 2013 released film shows a very diverse way to articulate the affection between the film’s lead characters; Ila and Saajan, its neither Internet nor mobile, it’s the lunchbox. Ritesh Batra directed movie stars Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur and Nawajuddin Siidique in the lead roles. The movie also won a number of Filmfare Awards in the category of Best Film, Best Debut Director, and Best Supporting Actor.

Ramji Londonwale (2005)

Ramji Londonwale movies for chefs

Ramji Londonwale is a story of a orphan cook played by R Madhavan, he is a responsible guy and for her sister’s good future, he went to London to become a cook of a Rich Indian.Movie is full of comedy and fun elements and Ramji gives you different flavors and taste of life. If you are  a food lover this Movie is a must watch. It’s not totally based on Food, but it’s a story of a Cook or Chef.

Cheeni Kum (2007)

Cheeni Kum Amitabh Bachchan Film

Although the title of the film is Cheeni Kum, but the plot of the film has poured all the sweet and sour in a perfect balance to present a delicious recipe. This 2007 movie has Amitabh Bachchan in the lead role playing a 64-year old chef whose only passion in life is cooking. The film takes a twisting turn when the actor falls in love to a 34-year old barbie girl and uses his cooking skills to amaze his beloved and her father.

Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana (2012)

Luv Shuv tey Chicken Khurana movies on chefs and foodies

This 2012 Indian comedy film is directed by Sameer Sharma starring Kunal Kapoor and Huma Qureshi in the lead roles. The actor Kunal Kapoor as Omi is playing a chef who is searching for the secret recipe of his grandfather to restart his grandfather’s dhaba. The plot of the film, revolving around the hunt for the hush-hush recipe also made the viewers mouth watering.

Stanley ka Dabba (2011)

Stanley ka Dabba for Foodies

Stanley ka Dabba is a 2011 Hindi film written, directed, and produced by Amole Gupte, starring Amol Gupte himself accompanying by Divya Dutta, Partho Gupte (son of Amol Gupte), Divya Jagdale, and Raj Zutsi. Gupte’s son Partho, also the child protagonist of the film, This Bollywood film for children and Kids starred in the very touching story of a school kid who doesn’t take lunch to school and how a khadoos teacher ends up berating him for it. The plot of the movie was all the time in sync with food and fishing for the aforesaid food box.

Bawarchi (1972)

Bawarchi Movies on Chefs

This Indian classic comedy film directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, starring the super star Rajesh Khanna and Jaya Bhaduri along with Asrani, A.K. Hangal, and Durga Khote, is a masterpiece of the Bollywood cinema focusing on spreading family values and morals through clean comedy. Bawarchi is one of the Best movies of Rajesh Khanna Rajesh Khanna as a cook (bawarchi), shows his magical kitchen skills in a very unique way – he chops vegetables with eye-popping pace, stirs two pots at the same time and shares golden tips of kitchen knowledge from time to time – such as how to jumble colas with lemon and masala.

The show is ONN… and thanks a ton to the modern and macho cinema makers who are relentlessly experimenting and bringing the unblemished and enthralling celluloid stories on screen for us, the Bollywood lover’s!