Diwali 2021 5 Bollywood Movies On The Festival Of Lights- Inext Live

Kanpur (Internet Desk). The festival of Diwali has arrived, all the markets are lit up with diyas and decorations. Diwali is the single biggest festival celebrated by Indians across the world. Bollywood is also not behind in the matter of Diwali. Bollywood has given us many iconic and memorable Diwali scenes that every movie lover will remember. From the Dev Anand starrer romantic drama ‘Guide’ in the 1965s to Dharma Productions’ big hit ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’, films have delivered some heartwarming Diwali scenes. Let’s take a look at some of the most loved and special ones:

Sometimes Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001)
There will hardly be anyone who does not know this Diwali scene between Shah Rukh Khan and Jaya Bachchan from the movie ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’. Rahul Raichand (SRK) comes home on Diwali, and his mother (Jaya Bachchan) senses his arrival, even though she doesn’t know about it. This is quite an iconic Diwali scene so this Diwali why not rewatch the film.

Real (1999)
Sanjay Dutt is in the role of a gangster in this Mahesh Manjrekar film. He comes out of his hideout to meet his family on Diwali. In the scene with Reema Lagoo, Sanjay Dutt as Raghu tells his mother the price of the gold he is wearing. During this, Sanjay “see this fifty tola!” The dialogues are also spoken.

Mohabbatein (2000)
How can one miss the Diwali song ‘Paron Mein Bandhan Hai’ from the 2000 SRK hit film, ‘Mohabbatein’ in the Diwali season. This Diwali song with huge crowd and performers was a song to be remembered on this festival. Also, this film is also going to be very much liked.

Rosie (Waheeda Rehman) and Raju (Dev Anand) were seen in lead roles in this Vijay Anand film. The character of both in the film is quite interesting. It is one of the superhit films of that time.

Who am I to you
Salman Khan and Madhuri Dixit starrer Hum Aapke Hai Koun was a super-duper hit. Renuka Shahne as Pooja sister-in-law in one of the songs of the film gives birth to a son and on the occasion of his arrival the whole family celebrates the festival and the light of joy in a joyful song.