Bollywood movies and latest Hindi movies are no less than life for cinema lovers like us. We Indians can't live without movies. It is something which runs in our veins and has been passed on from generation to generation. Every Friday, we have a movie release and fans throng cinema halls to watch their favourite stars. While all the movies release on silver screen, we often miss out on some of our favourite movies due to our work commitments. But don't you fret. Now you can watch Bollywood latest movies anytime and anywhere you want. Gradually, the scenario of Indian cinema has changed. Moving on from love stories and love triangles, currently, people have started liking off-beat films like English Vinglish, Queen, Newton, Pink, October, etc. While Bollywood movies enjoy greater fan base and popularity than other films, there is no dearth of fans and admirers of regional cinema as well.
With hectic schedules and lifestyles, sometimes we miss our favourite movie. However, things have turned easy for movie lovers as there are many trusted sites which can satiate thirst for films. You can enjoy latest movies in good quality from these sites. While some of these sites are chargeable, others are available on affordable subscription fees.
Where and How to Watch Bollywood and Hollywood Movie in Hindi: Click Here
So, in case you are confused about where to watch online movies and from where to get them, you have landed at the right place. Read on:
The video-sharing platform has innumerable films, videos, songs, trailers, documentary films, etc. Nowadays, movie trailers and songs are released on YouTube. You can also upload your videos and films on this app and all of this is available without any cost. To access the facility, you just need to install YouTube application from Google Play Store.
Amazon Prime Video - Bollywood Movies List
Amazon Prime video has a host of Bollywood and Hollywood films, TV shows and many originals. The site provides a 30-day free trial after signing up. If you are happy with the content, go ahead and access all of it for nominally charged subscription fee. Latest films available on Amazon Prime are Padmaavat, Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, Newton, Dhadak, Karwaan, Raazi, Tiger Zinda Hai among others. You can get or watch these movies in HD here.
Netflix- Bollywood Movies
An American entertainment company, Netflix offers online streaming of films, television shows, originals among others. The streaming service arrived in India in 2016 and has a bunch of Hindi films. There is a monthly subscription fee to avail the benefits. Check it out here.
Hotstar- Latest Hindi Movies
To all those who want to enjoy movies and shows without spending money, Hotstar is your ultimate destination. Star India's Hotstar has a whole bunch of old and new movies and TV shows. You just need to register to enjoy watching, however, there are ad breaks in between. Aiyaary and Raid are the latest movies available on this OTT platform
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Eros Now- Best Of Bollywood Movies
You can watch Hindi and regional movies on Eros Now. Besides, TV shows and music videos are also available. There is only limited content for viewing without subscription, however, they have monthly plans which can give you access to all the content.
STORY: Three Indian Air Force pilots - Flt Lt Dilip Parulkar (Raghav Rishi), Flt Lt MS Grewal (Raj Singh Arora), Flt Lt Harish Sinhji (Asheesh Kapur) - who become prisoners of war (POW) in 1971, plan an escape from Pakistan that is testament to their heroism.
REVIEW:'The Great Indian Escape' is an ode to the three real-life Indian pilots who fled the Pakistani prisons after meticulous planning and execution that spans over a period of almost one year.
This biographical drama is well-researched and focuses solely on how the pilots escape, which turns out to be its biggest problem. The film, despite having a reasonably good cast, tends to get monotonous after a while as it is confined within the four walls of the characters' prison walls. A little breather, showing the situation back home or just a different point of view, would have done the trick to couchtuner.
The background score, in parts, fails to blend in with the essence of certain scenes and do justice to the overwhelming emotions these POWs experience.
Since this story of grit and gumption is being told through the medium of cinema, director Taranjiet Singh Namdhari should have introduced a few more elements (and not just songs) to keep his audience engaged. However, the escape plan and its subsequent execution is a story that people need to know considering the current hostile situation between the two neighbouring countries.
The heart of the tale is in the right place, but a better story-telling method and a tighter script would have made 'The Great Indian Escape' a must-watch for all the period drama enthusiasts out there.