Top 5 films that give a moral message to the world
Cinema is the reflection of society and vice-versa. In such a scenario, a piece of art can come and impact your perceptions in a way that you see something in a whole new light. Thus, we have made a list of the top 5 films that give a moral message to the world.
1. Rang De Basanti (2006)
Anyone who watches this movie will feel a connection, especially the youth. Rang De Basanti tries to create an environment of increased activism on matters of public interest and throws open a debate: do we want to take matters into our hands or keep crying foul about the inefficiencies of society?
2. A Wednesday (2008)
This film stresses the importance of giving a wake-up call to our government and acting for the safety of its citizens. A Wednesday is a stirring message to all common men like us to not play vulnerable all the time and come together and ask our system to be accountable to us.
3. Paan Singh Tomar (2012)
While the biopics of legendary people always inspire viewers, it takes a movie like Paan Singh Tomar to shake them up to the conditions and tragedies of the athletes past their prime. The USP of the movie lies in the stirring tragedy of PST’s life which drives him to seek revenge from the system, for his lost career and life.
4. Queen (2013)
This movie is like a beautiful poem that suddenly makes you feel good about life. It makes its viewers believe that there are people out there you can trust and look up to for friendship and guidance. And, most importantly, if there is no one, you still have yourself. So just go out, and live every single day of your life to the fullest.
5. The Lunchbox (2013)
If the word sensible had a cinematic meaning, it’s got to be The Lunchbox. The movie beautifully captures the emptiness of two lives and fills it with sweetness with the stroke of some luck. What follows is a pure treat by Nimrat Kaur and Irrfan, literally!