5 Quirkiest Bollywood Movies Which Won Hearts

Bollywood is known for its age old formula films. They keep on trying the same thing again and again. But with the time, new directors have brought some changes. In recent times we have often seen a bollywood movie with an unusual plot. Here is a list of five such films in recent time.

Vicky Donor



Ayushmann khurrana’s debut film was not just a box-office hit, but also made the debut of an unusual subject. This Shoojit Sircar film was based on sperm donation. It was the first time in bollywood someone tried to experiment with such a subject. The film was a fun watch with some hilarious scenes.


Gangs of Wasseypur



Anurag Kashyap is known for making movies with peculiar subject. But Gangs of Wasseypur was undoubtedly one of the best among all his creations. The dialogues, characters, scenes and even songs were so weird yet cool. Bollywood never before came out with such a movie. And it was taken very positively by the audience and has a sequel to its name.


Go Goa Gone



How many of you have seen a zombie in a bollywood movie? Well the answer tells it all. This Krishnan DK & Raj Nidimoru directed film was a Zombie movie. Yes for the first time in the history of Bollywood someone made a movie on Zombies.

Generally Zombie is considered as a horror subject. But the quirkiest thing about Go Goa Gone is it was promoted as India’s first Zom-Com. Yes it was a Comedy movie and it did live up to the genre. The scenes were zany including the songs.




This is Bejoy Nambiar’s debut film. It was a story about friends and their weird nature. There were some never seen before yet realistic scenes in this movie. The background score added the right flavour. The movie was well received by a decent group of audiences. The offbeat treatment and unusual characterization was well received by the multiplex audiences.



Love story via a misplaced Tiffin box now what can me weirder than this. This Ritesh Batra film starring Irfann khan and Nawazudin Siddique own several hearts not only in India but overseas also. Those scenes where the two leads converse through letters sent with the Tiffin box are top notch. And specially the ending, seldom bollywood has seen such an end.


My name is Tathagata Das, I am from Kolkata. Tg is my nickname and I use it as my screen name in movies. I am a scriptwriter by profession in Bengali film industry. I love playing chess, listening music, travelling, observing different people.
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