Top Most appreciated films of Bollywood 2012 - EDU

Top Most appreciated films of Bollywood 2012

 Vicky Donor

Sircar's romantic comedy 'Vicky Donor' turned out to be a blockbuster at the box office.

The film on sperm donation not just struck the right chord with the critics but also became a hit with the fans. 

Made on a small budget with no star power, the film went onto tickle some funny bones and became one of the most appreciated films of 2012.

Gangs of Wasseypur

Anurag Kashyap's crime thriller 'Gangs of Wasseypur' not just received standing ovation at Cannes film festival but the film became an instant hit with the fans.
 With some quirky songs and outstanding performances by the star cast, the film went onto become a hit.
 Based on group rivalry, Manoj Bajpai stole the show with his acting prowess. 


Right from the promotion to the release of the film, 'Kahaani' director Sujoy Ghosh kept the suspense element intact in the film.
  The story of a pregnant woman in search of her husband in an unknown city formed the basis of 'Kahaani'.
  And with every twist and turn, the film was able to keep the critics and audience on tenterhooks.

 Paan Singh Tomar

Paan Singh Tomar' might not have made it to the list of Oscar entries but the film has every element to be a gripping film. 
 Based on the life of a sportsman-turned-dacoit, Tigmanshu Dhulia's was applauded by critics all over.  
 Irrfan Khan's understated performance was much appreciated by the fans.

English Vinglish

Sridevi returned to the silver screen after a hiatus of 15 years in 'English Vinglish'. 
 The film revolves around a housewife who enrolls in an English language classes to please her family.  
Sridevi's comeback performance was much appreciated by her fans.


Anurag Basu's 'Barfi!' has not just entered Rs 100 crore club, but the film has also made it to the list of Oscar entries. 
 With stunning performances by Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra, the film went onto become a hit at the box office. 
 The film was also well received at Busan Film Festival. 


Dibakar Banerjee's political thriller 'Shanghai' had Emraan Hashmi play the role of an adult filmmaker.  
 Based on Vassilis Vassilikos's novel 'Z', the film received rave reviews. 
  The film had Emraan Hashmi, Abhay Deol, Kalki Koechlin and Prosenjit Chatterjee in major roles. 

 Oh My God

Based on a Gujarati play 'Kanji Virrudh Kanji', 'Oh My God' turned out to be a surprise hit at the box office. 
The film revolves around the life of Kanji, played by Paresh Rawal, who files a case against God in the court. 

Ferrari Ki Sawari

Vidhu Vinod Chopra's 'Ferrari Ki Sawari' received an applause from the critics for its storyline and performances. 
The film created a stir with its lavani number 'Mala Jau De'.
 Despite not much promotion, the film was able to make its mark. 


Bedabrata Pain's 'Chittagong' might not have opened to full houses but the film was applauded for its performances. 
Based on Chittagong uprising, the film had Manoj Bajpai in a major role. 
The movie is set in 1930s British-occupied India (now Bangladesh), where a group of young men and women, led by a schoolteacher fought with the Empire. 

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