Top 17 Bollywood Movies of the 90s to Watch Once Again

The 90s was a golden age for Bollywood movies. From unforgettable romances to action-packed thrillers, these films left a lasting mark on cinema. Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan ruled our heart.

Now, it’s time to rewatch these movies. But there are a lot of them, which one to watch? Don’t worry, I’ve listed down the most popular one’s for you to watch.

1. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

Raj and Simran, two young Indians living in Europe, fall in love during a vacation. However, Simran’s father has promised her hand in marriage to his friend’s son. Raj follows Simran to India to win her and her family over.

2. Andaz Apna Apna

Amar and Prem are two rivals who dream of marrying a rich heiress, Raveena. They try to outdo each other to win her love, not knowing that Raveena’s secretary is the real heiress.

3. Satya

Satya, a man who comes to Mumbai looking for work, gets involved in the underworld. He rises in power but struggles with his love life and the police who are determined to bring him down.

4. Border

The story is set during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, focusing on the lives of Indian soldiers at the Battle of Longewala. The soldiers, led by Major Kuldip Singh, defend their post all night against a massive Pakistani attack.

5. Hum Aapke Hain Koun

Prem and Nisha meet at his brother Rajesh’s wedding to her sister Pooja. When Pooja dies in an accident, Nisha is expected to marry Rajesh for the sake of the baby. Prem and Nisha must figure out their feelings amidst these complications.

6. Sarfarosh

Ajay, a dedicated police officer, is determined to stop cross-border terrorism. His mission becomes personal when he discovers the involvement of a famous Pakistani singer, whom his girlfriend admires.

7. Vaastav: The Reality

Raghu starts as a small-time crook in Mumbai, but soon rises to become a powerful underworld don. The impact of his life choices affects his family and leads to a tragic end.

8. Ghayal

Ajay Mehra seeks justice for his elder brother, who is killed by a powerful businessman. After escaping from prison, Ajay takes on the corrupt system to prove his innocence and avenge his brother’s death.

9. Aashiqui

Rahul, a singer, falls in love with Anu, an orphan aspiring to become a star. They struggle with their careers and personal lives as they try to stay together against all odds.

10. Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar

Sanju is a carefree college student who competes in an annual bicycle race against his rival college. The race becomes a personal battle when his brother is incapacitated in an accident.

11. Agneepath

Vijay Dinanath Chauhan, a young boy, vows to avenge his father’s wrongful death caused by a drug lord, Kancha Cheena. He works his way into the criminal underworld to destroy Kancha from within.

12. Damini

Damini witnesses her household servant being raped by her brother-in-law and his friends. She fights for justice for the traumatized victim, facing obstacles from her family and the legal system.

13. Baazigar

Ajay Sharma seeks revenge on a businessman who destroyed his family. Using deceit, he gets close to the businessman’s daughter to destroy the family from within, leading to tragic consequences.

14. Dil Se

Amar, a radio journalist, meets Meghna, who is enigmatic and secretive. He falls in love with her, unaware that she is involved in a dangerous quest that could threaten his life.

15. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

Rahul, Tina, and Anjali are best friends in college. Years later, Rahul’s daughter attempts to reunite him with Anjali after realizing that they were meant to be together but were separated due to misunderstandings.

16. Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

Nandini is torn between Vanraj, her husband who respects her feelings, and Sameer, her lover whom she can’t forget. She must decide whom she truly loves after going on a journey of self-discovery.

17. Gupt: The Hidden Truth

Sahil is framed for the murder of his stepfather, a high-profile governor. He must clear his name and find the real killer, navigating a complex web of love, betrayal, and deceit.

So there you have it, a glimpse into some of the phenomenal films that made the 90s such a memorable time for Bollywood. These movies continue to entertain and inspire new generations of viewers.

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