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Best Hindi Movies of 2021

Year of 2021 had a lot of releases both Theatrical & OTT, despite the  ongoing pandemic . We at Popcorn Reviewss have shortlisted best  Hindi movies. Do watch out for your favourites for the year of 2021.

Check out the full list below:

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25th June 1983. A date no cricket lover in India will ever forget. Not only was it our tryst with destiny but the day that changed the course of Indian Cricket forever. It was the day when India lifted the ODI world cup for the very first time, beating the mighty West Indies. If you are interested in the detailed preview then please head to our “83 Preview” on Popcorn Reviewss. …. Read More…

Sardar Udham was the revolutionary who was responsible for the assasination of Michael O’Dwyer in London, the man behind the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. What’s more is that this is the first biopic to be directed by one of my favourite directors doing the rounds, Shoojit Sircar. Is Sardar Udham worth your time, stay tuned…. Read More…

Sherni follows the story of a set of forest officials on a tiger trail who is a man eater after there are frequent deaths in the village. What follows is a quiet circus that opens a can of worms. The story is outstanding and nothing that I have witnessed in any film so far, leave alone Bollywood. Such a subtle story that has a potential to leave a lasting impact! The screenplay is extremely well penned…. Read More…

Meel Patthar aka Milestone follows the story of a bereaved truck driver who has completed over 500,000 kms in his vehicle. But the story is cerebral and delves deeper into his life and nothing is what it seems. Here is another thought provoking subject with a silent yet powerful undertone. The screenplay is probably even more cerebral. There are no easy answers to certain questions pertaining to the personal life of the protagonist. … Read More…

Set in the Bombay of the 70s, Bombay Rose is the story of a flower seller who falls in love with a man of her dreams. Will fate be on their side? The story is deftly melancholic and gently tugs the strings of your heart. The Bombay of the 70s is the soul of the film here. I was thoroughly impressed with the way the vibe of the city which was captured so well. .. Read More…

Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi follows the story of a family get together owing to the death of a family member followed by his funeral that lasts for 13 days. The story is one of the best dark comedies you will ever see. Since we are going to compare it with Pagglait, let me put this straight – this is a better product than Pagglait. Although Pagglait was excellent, there were slight pacing issues throughout. Here there is no such problems. Even though the screenplay is designed to be conversational, the subtle yet dark humour is evident and nicely elevates the drama…. Read More…