5 Women Centric Bollywood Blockbusters of 2016

CRB Tech reviews has come up with this exclusive compilation of Bollywood films in which women characters were in the lead roles. The roles were substantial and the actresses gave great performances. Let’s take a look at the rundown.


  1. Jai Gangaajal:

“Keechad ko dhone ke liye saaf pani ki zaroorat hoti hai… Gande pani ki Nahi.” Apart from doing these punchy lines, Priyanka Chopra in Jai Gangaajal can be seen kicking the poop out of the goons. As a cop Abha Mathur, she lashes out at government officials and lawbreakers involved in crime in the Bankipur area of Bihar. Priyanka steps strongly into the shoes of an upright cop determined to wash down the system.


  1. Parched:

Radhika Apte, Tannishtha Chatterjee and Surveen Chawla make a feisty, intense and gallant trio in Parched. In the first of its kind, the motion picture investigates the lives of village ladies who are still shacked in patriarchal traditions. Rani, Lajjo and Bijli hold hands to break out of the sordid practices of mishandle, child marriage, marital rape and prostitution. Their kinship pushes them to a path of self-revelation and opportunity.


  1. Neerja:

Bollywood paid tribute to the valiant Neerja Bhanot; the courageous Pan-Am air hostess who saved incalculable lives on board PanAm Flight 73 in 1986. Sonam Kapoor plays Neerja, and remembers her last hours of sheer grit in a standout amongst the most unnerving hijackings ever. Such valor is uncommon, and the film is a reminder that Neerja’s magnanimity ought to be commended and deified. She was a warrior from start to finish, and a motivation for all of us.


  1. Pink:

No one can deny the fact that Amitabh Bacchan has a substantial part in the film, yet one declines to trust that Pink would have been any great without its female heroes. Tapsee Pannu, Kriti Kulhari and Andria Tariang play genuine, everyday ladies who are forced to bear lewdness, inappropriate behavior and wrongful conviction. Fortifying the rule that a NO unequivocally implies a NO, Pink helps us return to womens’ rights once again.


  1. Kahaani 2:

Vidya Balan shines in a double role in Kahaani 2, and is the protagonist of the film. Her depiction of a hovering, concerned mother who is likewise accused of murder and kidnapping holds you from the very begin. Her character is covered in secret and her actual intentions stay obscure for a very long time. Likely that is the thing that makes Kahaani 2 emerge in the rundown.


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