Movies that had the most iconic scenes
Bollywood movies are known for their iconic scenes that stay with us long after the movie is over. These scenes are etched in our memories and are often quoted and recreated by fans. Want to take a look at the top 5 latest Bollywood movies that had the most iconic scenes? Here's a list!
1. Uri: The Surgical Strike (2016)
Directed by Aditya Dhar, Uri: The Surgical Strike is a movie based on the 2016 Uri attack. The movie's most iconic scene is when Vicky Kaushal's character, Major Vihaan Singh Shergill, delivers the famous dialogue "How's the Josh?" The scene became an instant hit among audiences and was widely quoted on social media.
2. Padmaavat (2018)
Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Padmaavat is a movie based on the life of Rani Padmavati. The movie's most iconic scene is when Deepika Padukone's character, Rani Padmavati, performs the song "Ghoomar." The scene became iconic due to the grandeur and beauty of the song, and Deepika Padukone's graceful performance.
3. Kabir Singh (2019)
Directed by Sandeep Vanga, Kabir Singh is a remake of the Telugu movie Arjun Reddy. The movie's most famous scene is when Kabir (played by Shahid Kapoor) breaks down in tears after being rejected by Preeti (played by Kiara Advani). The scene became iconic due to Shahid Kapoor's raw and intense performance.
4. Gully Boy (2019)
Directed by Zoya Akhtar, Gully Boy is a movie based on the life of Indian street rappers. The movie's most iconic scene is when Ranveer Singh's character, Murad, performs the song "Apna Time Aayega" at a rap battle. The scene became a cultural phenomenon, and the song became an anthem for the youth.
5. Article 15 (2019)
Directed by Anubhav Sinha, Article 15 is a movie based on Article 15 of the Indian Constitution which prohibits discrimination based on caste, religion, or gender. The movie's most iconic scene is when Ayushmann Khurrana's character, Ayan Ranjan, delivers a powerful monologue on the discrimination faced by the lower castes in India. The scene was widely appreciated for its social message and Ayushmann Khurrana's performance.