Quick, What Hindi Movies Have I Not Yet Reviewed?

I am so busy these days! I work work work, and then watch non-Indian movies with my parents every night. Which means I am having a hard time squeezing in new movies to watch, although I can still review! So what movies have I already watched, in my long long life, that I have not yet reviewed? Help me remember!

I honestly only started watching non-Hindi movies post-blogging. So every single non-Hindi movie I have seen in my life, I have already reviewed. But surely there are Hindi movies still out there?

Give me a Hindi movie from between 1990 and 2020 that I have not yet reviewed! I may say “no, I will never watch that movie”. Or I may say “No, already reviewed, here is the link”.

But there is a far more likely chance I will say “Oooo! I’ve totally seen that movie and I can write a review!”

I just need ideas, talk to me!

57 thoughts on “Quick, What Hindi Movies Have I Not Yet Reviewed?

  1. Yeh Dillagi
    Dil Kya Kare
    Another one with Kajol and Ajay – U me aur hum
    I see you (Arjun Rampal movie)
    Jhootha Hi Sahi (I know you watched it because you often mention John wearing the glasses but I don’t know if you wrote a review)

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    • Thank you! Yeh Dillagi and Jhootha Hi Sahi I’ve seen, Dil Kya Kare I distinctly remember a friend telling me about in college as the weirdest movie she had ever seen and I made a mental note not to watch it, U Me Aur Hum I avoided because, well, it just sounded horrible.

      But Yeh Dillagi and Jhootha! I like those! I should totally review them if I haven’t already! Thanks!

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      • Dil Kya Kare is terrible. It was one of the first movies I watched after my sabbatical and I hated it.
        U Me Aur Hum left me traumatized, it’s good you avoid it.

        Yeh Dillagi is another one I don’t like, but I have things to say about it. And I know Alisa likes it a lot.

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          • I will totally review Yeh Dillagi, but prepare yourself for a lengthy digression in which we discuss the respective sexiness of Humphrey Bogart and William Holden and how ridiculous it is for them to be brothers.

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  2. I don’t think you have reviewed Yaadein….I rewatched it recently and forgot how awesome it was…hammy acting, fake crocodiles, EVIL rich people in big mansions…its a gem!

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    • Blech, O’Henry! Blech, open endings! Blech, Aishwaray! Yaaaay, Rahul Bose! But still over all -3, so no.

      I know, I’m bad, I haven’t seen it. And I just can’t bring myself to watch it.

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      • Raincoat is an amazing movie! Rituparno Gosh was a genius director and he really knew how to use Aish…this is her best performance (maybe tied with Chokher Bali)…she plays a beautiful woman who hides her emotions behind her vanity… it’s perfect for her and she is shockingly good in the movie!

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        • Amazing how I suddenly found her normal speaking voice tolerable with the right direction! Haven’t gotten around to seeing Chokher Bali yet for some reason but she seems really good in it.

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          • Absolutely agree! You shouldn’t dismiss her without having seen Raincoat–she’s so good in it! And Ajay is kind of sexy in a downtrodden middle-manager kind of way.

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  3. By any chance, have you seen Dil Hi Dil Mein ?

    It is a dubbed / partially re-shot version of Kadhalar Dhinam

    All songs by A R Rahman are excellent. But lead actors, Sonali Bendre & Kadhir, could probably be a bit “wooden”, I think

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    • Okay, of these Dil Ka Rishta I have not seen but have had described to me in intense detail by friends in college, so that gives me a leg up. Rangeela, yes, have seen it, could review. Shuddh Desi Romance, I REFUSE to watch it because I hate the title song. Mere Pyaari bindu, Karthik Calling Karthik, 7 Khoon Maaf too weird! Mujshe Shaadi Karoge, yes, seen it, could review. Aarzoo, a movie I am not familiar with! What is it?

      On Sun, Apr 26, 2020 at 3:07 PM dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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  4. Ishqiya and its sequel Dedh Ishqiya. The first has Naseeruddin Shah, the sequel has Naseeruddin Shah AND Madhuri Dixit!

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    • I think just Honeymoon Travels and Karthik Calling Karthik, but I looooooooooooooooove Honeymoon Travels, so I could totally review that.

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  5. These are some that I like and came to my mind, but dunno if you’ve seen them, didn’t find them on your review page.
    Shahrukh – Dil Se, One 2 Ka 4 (I know you’ve seen them!)
    Aamir – Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin
    Others – Monsoon Wedding, Zubeidaa, Khakee

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    • Dil Se, seen it, never gonna review it (too sad). I was sure I’d reviewed One 2 Ka 4, but I strangely can’t find it, so maybe not? Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin I haven’t seen but I actually want to see it, so that’s a maybe. Monsoon Wedding and Khakee I’ve seen.

      Thanks! Good list!

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  6. In general I think there was some stuff on the streaming lists that made me wonder what you thought of it, but then I couldn’t find the review.

    Plus, have you actually seen Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, or just the No 1 Punjabi song?

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    • Seen Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, it is such a happy strange movie. Maybe I should save it for one of our Friday Watchalongs?

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  7. I know you don’t like Kangana but I saw Simran a few weeks ago and I liked it, it’s not a super deep kind of movie, but its realistic. American life in it especially for Indians who move there as adults or teenagers is shown very realistically. I think the real character this movie is based on was a girl who moved to the US when she was a child from India but in the movie I think she was supposed to have moved to the US in her early twenties perhaps. That’s totally off topic but anyway watch it!

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  8. I just remembered you havent reviewed my favorite movie ever – Jaani Dushman Ek Anokhi Kahaani (2002)…seriously it really is an all-time great….Manisha Koirala & Arman Kohli play shape-shifting snake lovers…Amrish Puri curses them….they are reincarnated in the 21st century…more complications ensue caused by a college gang (Akshay Kumar, Sonu Nigam, Suneil Shetty, Sunny Deol +++)…so now the shape-shifting snake people use their magical powers to assasinate the college gangs in batshit crazy inventive ways…the whole thing is Maakhi level insane.

    This song is everything – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJjl1LB1RrY

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    • My my, this does sound tempting! But perhaps not something I could watch with my parents.

      On Tue, Apr 28, 2020 at 9:17 PM dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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