Everyone is rejoicing that the year 2020 is finally about to end. This year was nothing less than a roller coaster. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic still in full swing, many of us will be spending New Year’s Eve indoors.
We all be glued to our TV screen or mobile phones for entertainment. So, here are a few feel-good movies that you can watch to end 2020 on a good note.
The 2015 movie, Piku starring Deepika Padukone, Irrfan Khan, and Amitabh Bachchan is a wholesome family entertainer. From the fuss between the parents and children to caring for them when they age, this movie just makes your heart feel warm. The beautiful music of the movie is just the cherry on the top. Indeed, Piku is one of the feel-good Bollywood movies.
2. Bareilly Ki Barfi
The movie starring Kriti Sanon, Rajkummar Rao, and Ayushmann Khurrana is a sweet ode to the rebel girls. The movie shows us the joy of living in a small town in India. The icing on the top is Pankaj Tripathi’s character as Kriti’s father. With good music to sing along it is surely a must-watch on New Year’s eve.
3. Wake Up Sid
The 2009 coming of age movie Wake Up Sid starring Ranbir Kapoor has aged like wine. The movie to date is enjoyed by many Bollywood movie buffs. The breezy movie with a beautiful soundtrack is everything one needs to feel good on New Year’s eve. Bonus, you get to see the scenic Marine Drive from the comfort of your home.
4. Badhaai Ho
The Ayushmann Khurrana starer Badhaai Ho is a movie you can enjoy with your family. The 2018 light-comedy movie is power-packed with stellar performances by Neena Gupta, Gajrajrao, and Surekha Sikri. The movie makes you laugh and even shed happy tears. It is definitely a feel-good movie you must watch on any given occasion.
Our road trip plans were indeed thrown out of the window this year due to the COVID-19 lockdown. However, Karwaan is one such movie that will make you feel a part of its story and journey. 2018 movie starring late actor Irrfan Khan alongside Mithila Palkar and Dulquer Salman is a ride down scenic South India. The soundtrack of the movie is soothing yet underrated.