These Bollywood Movies Will Change Your Views on Family.

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We all share different phases and experiences with our families, but we absolutely love them. Here is a list of Bollywood movies on families that will change your whole viewpoint.

  1.  Dil Dhadakne Do (2015):
    A story of rich high-class family, with complicated family relations. With their sophisticated personalities and complicated lives, they get on a cruise ship and some great realizations and happiness are found in the oceans.
  2. Ta Ra Rum Pum (2007):A perfect movie depicting how times get tough and how family work out things together! This is definitely a movie we all admire.
  3. Patiala House (2011):

    A movie about how a son secretly follows his dream without his father’s consent, and eventually involving the whole family in it. Definitely, describes the feelings of a father.(Also Read: En-route To Agony: Heart Breaking Tale Of A Father)
  4. Hum Aapke Hain Koun (1994):The movie displays those typical Bollywood families of 90’s. But “Didi tera devar deewana!”
  5. Do Dooni Chaar (2010):
    A family trying to raise their standard of living. Amazing how the movie portrays the responsibilities and pressure head of the family carries.
  6. Baghban (2003):
    A must watch for every child who thinks old parents are a burden to them. We will wait until reality and realization hit you and you start respecting your parents and their sacrifice.(Also Read: This Poem About Your Mom Will Make You Listen To it Again And Again)
  7. Piku (2015):

    A father-daughter story that’ll tickle your funny bones while touching your heart gently.
  8. Hum Saath Saath Hain (1999):
    A family movie which is must on this list. Also, A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q RSTUVWXYZ I Love you!
  9. Kapoor & Sons (2016):
    Misunderstandings always ruin relationships. A story of complications in the family with a Grandpa and his one last wish before death, A family photograph!
  10. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… (2001):

    The list of Bollywood family movies is definitely incomplete without this one. How ego-clashes are handled in the family and how beautiful acceptance is, is the just of the movie.

    (Also Read: Letter To My Maa)

Which of these is your favorite? Let us know and also comment down the movies you think should have been on this list.