Arguably this is the worst Diwali in the history of our civilization. A virus has created worldwide havoc leaving us bereft and bewildered. Since there is not much going on in everyone’s lives, seems like it’s time to escape into the wonderful world of movies. Here are five sunshine spreaders that you’ve probably missed while watching the obvious suspects. They will surely brighten up your day!
- Pyar Kiye Jaa (1966)
For decades we’ve been spoon-fed into believing that the best Kishore Kumar
- Naram Garam (1981):
Haven’t we celebrated Hrishikesh
- Hamari Bahu Alka (1982):
Enough on mirthful merits of Basu Chatterjee’s Chotisi
- Pratiggya (1975):
When it comes to Dharmendra’s comic timing, we
- Badhti Ka Naam Dadhi (1974):
Wacky as only Kishore Kumar can be. He plays a bored millionaire who resolves to give away all his wealth to the man with the longest beard in the world. Hair Hair Mahadev!