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TOP 5 INDIAN COURTROOM DRAMA FILMS TO BINGE WATCH IN LOCKDOWN

By Navjot Bains . 21st May 2020 03:42pm
TOP 5 INDIAN  COURTROOM DRAMA FILMS TO BINGE  WATCH IN LOCKDOWN

I an back and this time I've picked up 5 films that engage you in their courtroom setups and at the end you crave for more.

Jolly L.L.B franchise is quite famous and a lot of people have watched it so it's not on the list but if you haven't you can check out both the films.

 

1) PINK

After being molested, Minal, along with her friends, tries to file an FIR against a politician's nephew. When the subsequent case gets rigged, Deepak, a retired lawyer, helps them to fight the case.

The film holds a rating of 8.1 on IMDb.

This is a masterpiece.  The suspense, thrill and the set up is brilliantly choreographed.

This has made Taapsee Pannu an overnight star.   The film has a gripping screenplay,  great messaging and the trailer wss completely opposite to what the film actually was.

This film is directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury and he doesn't leave any stone unturned.

This one makes for a compelling watch.

YOU CAN WATCH IT ON NETFLIX

 

2)  SECTION 375

Rohan Khurana, a celebrated filmmaker, stands accused of rape by Anjali Dangle, a junior costume designer, and is sentenced to ten years of jail time by a sessions court.

 

This film also holds a rating of 8.1 on IMDb.

The film gives you an all new definition of justice and will leave your mouth open at the end with its unpredictable and enraging climax. The film takes you back and forth and doesn't allow you to breathe.

Ajay Behl has directed the film and . Akshaye Khanna and Richa Chadha played  the lawyers in the film.  But Meera Chopra and Rahul Bhat emerged as stars and shined like one.

The performances,  the screenplay,  the plot twists everything will keep you engrossed.

YOU CAN WATCH IT ON AMAZON PRIME

 

3) MULK

The film holds a rating of 6.9 on IMDb

Murad Ali Mohammed and his daughter-in-law try to prove their innocence after their family gets accused of having ties with extremist groups when Mohammed's son joins a terrorist outfit.

This one is a very important film in the current scenario of the country.  The film sticks to the messaging , interwoven with a great human story, complicated interpersonal relationships and the unintentional discrimination.

The film's second half is devoted to a very tightly and equally engaging court room drama .

Rishi Kapoor is terrific, Taapsee Pannu has her moments,  Ashutosh Rana holds the second half diligently.

This is directed by Anubhav Sinha who is known for ventures like Article 15 and Thappad.

YOU CAN WATCH IT ON ZEE5

 

4)  NO ONE KILLED JESSICA

Sabrina Lal joins forces with Meera, an investigative journalist, to seek justice for her sister Jessica, who was murdered by the son of an influential politician

This film holds a rating of 7 2 on IMDb.

 

This film was based on the Jessica Lal murder case . This film has strong performances by Vidya Balan and Rani Mukerji. The film was really brave and the making was kept realistic.  This film was written and directed by Raj Kumar Gupta. The struggles for working women, sisterhood, relationships,  blame games were shown on point.

YOU CAN WATCH IT ON NETFLIX.

 

5) BADLA

Third film on the list featuring Taapsee Pannu.  The film doesn't have a courtroom  but the pre courtroom session between a lawyer played by Mr Amitabh Bachchan and his client played by Taapsee Pannu is  worth a watch.  The interogation , the truths,  the revelations, the plot twists and especially the climax is not worth a miss.

The film holds a rating of 7.9 on IMDb.

Naina, a successful entrepreneur and married woman, gets caught in a web of accusations when her lover is found dead. She then hires a reputable lawyer to work with her on the case and find answers

This is directed by kahaani fame Sujoy Guosh. He handles all his scripts carefully and never goes out of the lane. The performances are of a very high order.  Anrita Singh comes as a surprise package.

YOU CAN WATCH IT ON NETFLIX.

 

Keep on watching these films until i return with new recommendations.

 

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