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The 10 Best Bollywood Hindi Movies From The 90s To Watch On Amazon Prime Video, Netflix And More


Top 10 90s Bollywood Movies To Watch On OTT Platforms


It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that Bollywood films of the 90s were one of the main reasons the decade became a mainstay of Indian pop culture. The ’90s introduced us to cinematic gems that paved the way for the stories and actors we enjoy today, not to mention the memorable dance hooks and fashion trends they inspired. From iconic songs and hard-hitting dialogue to invigorating action and smooth performances, we bring you the ultimate nostalgia with these 10 Best Bollywood Movies of the 90s:

Ageless love stories, inspiring war dramas, hysterical comedies and more, these 90s movies are the ultimate blast from the past.

1. Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (Watch on ZEE5)
1992 ‧ Drama/Romantic Film

Sanjay, a carefree young man, undergoes a mental and physical transformation to compete in an inter-collegiate bicycle race after his older brother is unable to compete due to injury.

Release date: May 22, 1992 (India)
Director: Mansour Khan
Music by: Jatin Lalit
Adapted from: Come off
Box office: ₹52 million
Distributed by: Eros International

2. Damini (Watch on Netflix)
1993 ‧ Drama/Bollywood Hindi cinema

Damini witnesses her maid being raped by her brother-in-law and his friends. Despite many obstacles, she strives to get justice for herself with the help of her husband and Govind, a lawyer.

Release date: April 30, 1993 (India)
Director: Rajkumar Santoshi
Box office: is. ₹11.75 crore (equivalent to ₹72 crore or US$9.5 million in 2020)
Budget: ₹2.05 crore
Produced by: Aly Morani; Karim Morani; Bunty retires

3. Andaz Apna Apna (Watch on Amazon Prime Video)
Comedy/romance movie

Amar and Prem, who come from middle-class families, compete to seduce Raveena, the daughter of a millionaire. Along the way, they meet a local gangster, Teja, who turns their lives upside down.

Release date: November 4, 1994 (India)
Director: Rajkumar Santoshi
Box office: est.₹86.5 million
Produced by: Vinay Kumar Sinha
Distributed by: Ultra Media & Entertainment

4. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (Watch on Amazon Prime Video)
1995 ‧ Romance/Music

Raj and Simran meet on a trip through Europe and the two fall in love. However, when Raj learns that Simran is already betrothed to another, he follows her to India to win her and her father.

Release date: October 20, 1995 (India)
Director: Aditya Chopra
Box office: is. ₹2 trillion
Production company: Yash Raj Movies
Distributed by: Yash Raj Films, AA Films

5. Border (watch on Amazon Prime Video)
1997 ‧ War/action movie

A band of 120 Indian soldiers in the Longewala area defended their post all night until they received help from the Indian Air Force the next morning.

Release date: June 13, 1997 (India)
Director: JP Dutta
Budget: ₹10 crore (equivalent to ₹43 crore or US$5.7 million in 2020)
Distributed by: netflix
Language: Hindi

6. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (Watch on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video)
1998 ‧ Romance/Music

After reading the letter her mother had written for her before her death, Anjali decides to reunite her widowed father, Rahul, with her true love who is also called Anjali.

Release date: October 16, 1998 (India)
Director: Karan Johar
Box office: est.₹1.07 trillion
Language: Hindi
Distributed by: Dharma Productions, Yash Raj Films

7. Satya (watch on SonyLIV)
1998 ‧ Movie Crime / Crime Bollywood

Durga’s brother is killed in a gang war, turning him into a revenge-seeking man with a mission. Now his ex-girlfriend’s cop husband is looking for her. Finally, the two team up to catch the real culprit.

Release date: July 3, 1998 (India)
Director: Ram Gopal Varma
Budget: ₹2.5 crore
Box office: is. ₹15crore
Music Director: Vishal Bhardwaj, Sandeep Chowta

8. Haseena Maan Jayegi (watch on ZEE5)
1999 ‧ Bollywood romance/comedy film

When Sonu and Monu, two mischievous brothers, play a prank on their father, he sends them to work in Goa. They end up falling in love and go to great lengths to impress the girls’ father.

Release date: June 25, 1999 (India)
Director: David Dhawan
Box office: is. ₹39.45 crore (equivalent to ₹144 crore or US$19 million in 2020)
Distributed by: netflix
Story by: Imtiaz Patel, Yunus Sajawal

9. Sarfarosh (Available for purchase on Amazon Prime Video)
1999 ‧ Hindi Action/Drama Movie

After his brother is killed and his father seriously injured by terrorists, a young medical student quits his studies to join the Indian police in order to eliminate the terrorists.

Release date: April 30, 1999 (India)
Director: Jean Matthew Matthan
Box office: ₹33.46 crore (equivalent to ₹122 crore or US$16 million in 2020)
Distributed by: Eros International
Music Director: Jatin-Lalit, Jatin Pandit, Lalit Pandit, Sanjoy Chowdhury, Dheeraj-Dhanak, Jatin Pandit

10. Vaastav: The Reality (watch on Amazon Prime Video)
1999 ‧ Bollywood Drama / Hindi Action Movie

Raghu, a simpleton, and his best friend decide to run a food stand to get rid of their unemployment. However, Raghu’s life takes a drastic turn after he accidentally kills one of their clients.
Release date: October 7, 1999 (India)
Director: Mahesh Manjrekar
After: Hatyar
Box office: ₹41.3 crore
Produced by: Deepak Nikalje

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