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Which are the Top 10 Gujarati Movies?

If you’ve ever been interested in Gujarati cinema, now is the perfect moment to start. From National Award winners to family dramas, here is a list of 5 Gujarati films.

1.      HellaroAbhishek Shah’s Hellaro received the 66th National Award for Best Feature Film. The film is set in a Gujarati village and depicts the narrative of a group of women who defy oppression.

2.      Wrong side Raju: Wrong Side Raju is a thriller directed by Mikhil Musale, who previously directed the Rajkummar Rao-starrer Made In China in Hindi, and is backed by Phantom Films. It is based on a hit-and-run case. Wrong Turn Raju took home the 65th National Award for Best Gujarati Feature Film.

3.      Reva: Reva is based on the Gujarati novel Tatvamasi and tells the story of how a chance encounter can lead to a spiritual journey within. The film has received praise for its story and music.

4.      Love Ni Bhavai: Sandeep Patel directed this romantic drama in 2017. Throughout the film, the love triangle maintains your attention.

5.      Shubh Aarambh: Shubh Aarambh is about marriage’s changing dynamics and what strengthens a bond. Harsh Chhaya and Prachee Shah feature in the key roles in this film.

6.      Kem Chho: Kem Chho, directed by Vipul Sharma, is a comedy-drama about a middle-class man’s struggle to manage obligations and the weight of expectations on him.

7.      Karsandas Pay & Use: The film’s idea is identical to Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar’s Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, which was directed by Krishnadev Yagnik. The film is a romantic comedy set in Gujarat that entertains while also touching on issues such as sanitation and social status.

8.      Dhunki: Dhunki, directed by Anish Shah, depicts the story of a man who wishes to leave his white-collar profession and pursue his passion for cooking as an entrepreneur. His wife, on the other hand, is adamant that he not leave his white-collar profession for something as menial as a tiffin service.’

9.      Thai Jashe!: Thai Jashe!, directed by Nirav Barot and starring Manoj Joshi, Malhar Thakar, and Monal Gajjar, is a coming-of-age film about a reckless yet determined man who discovers his true calling while pursuing his ambition of buying a property in Ahmedabad. It’s an encouraging narrative about overcoming obstacles in life.

10.   Pappa Tamne Nahi Samjaay: Pappa Tamne Nahi Samjaay is a lighthearted film directed by Dharmesh Mehta and starring Manoj Joshi, Ketki Dave, Johnny Lever, and others. The movie follows the development of a father-son relationship and how millennials are embarrassed by their parents due to the generation gap.

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