A List Of Feel-Good Movies To Watch Before You Die

We all love a good movie when we get the opportunity of seeing one. Personally, nothing beats a good movie and a lazy afternoon. Wouldn’t you want a good day with yourself and some Netflix subscription?

Here are some Bollywood and Hollywood movies you should watch before you take your last breath:

1. The Pursuit Of Happyness
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It is a biographical film based on the entrepreneur, Chris Gardner. It focuses on the one year that spent homeless. He is an American Businessman, stockbroker, motivational speaker, and author. After financially struggling in the early 1980s, he landed the job of a stockbroker in a company. Gradually proceeding to have his own firm.

This motivational movie teaches us to never give up on our dreams and to keep striving forward towards them. As far-fetched as your dream might, nothing is impossible.

2. Taare Zameen Par
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It is the movie about a dyslexic boy who faces problems in school. And his parents, like many parents in the world, fail to understand his problem and blame it on his lethargy. But everything changes when a certain art teacher joins the school.

This movie fights against the commonplace thought of students failing because they aren’t focusing on their studies. Often times it has been seen that they have learning disabilities or mental health issues that stand as a barrier between them and their education.

3. Forrest Gump
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It is a comedy-drama based on the novel of the same name. The movie is about a slow-witted and kind-hearted man, Forrest Gump who influences many defining moments in the history of the 20th century.

If you want good Instagram captions then this might be the movie for you.

4. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
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The movie follows the trip undertaken by three friends to Spain. Over there they challenge each other to overcome their fears. As the movie ends, each friend develops a newfound sense of life and love.

It absolutely lives up to its title, following the millennial motive – You Live Only Once.

5. A Fantastic Fear Of Everything
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It is a horror-comedy film and is based on the novella Paranoia in the Launderette. It is about a children’s author-turned-crime-novelist who has become obsessed with murder and murdering.

If you don’t want a heavy intellectual movie and only light-hearted dark comedy then this movie is definitely for you.

6. Lagaan
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This movie is for the patriot and cricket-lover in you. If you want an emotional storyline with heart-whelming songs then you should definitely watch this movie. This suggestion has been made on the off-chance you might have missed it, considering it is a classic.

7. Woman In Gold
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A biographical film of a woman named Maria Altman, an elderly Jewish refugee living in Los Angeles. She along with her young lawyer, Randy Schoenberg fought the government of Austria for almost a decade to reclaim Gustav Klimt’s iconic portrait of her aunt,  Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I. 

It was stolen from her family by the Nazis in Vienna. This isn’t a light-hearted movie but is definitely guaranteed to give you goosebumps every now and then.

8. 3 Idiots
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We have all heard the name of this classic evergreen movie. No one can deny how it touched the lives and hearts of the Indian youth who have been pursuing the rigorous curriculum in IITs around the world. And it still does to this day.

That paired with the brilliant acting of Amir Khan, R. Madhavan, Sharman Joshi, Boman Irani, and Kareena Kapoor.

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And if you have completed all the movies in this list then what can we say, you’re living on the edge, my friend. 

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