Here’s the thing with the Bollywood of the past: it had its bombs, yet it had its sparkling moments as well.

In the years that for a senses length of time it ambushed our faculties with inhumane generalizations and backward substance, it additionally gave us magnum opuses that were so blindingly brilliant and relatively revolutionary that the group of onlookers couldn’t understand their magnificence at the time.

So decades later, as we (want to) assemble a society in view of sensitivities and dynamic idea, here’s a glance back along the edge of Bollywood that had effectively made sense of it years prior.

#1. My Brother Nikhil (2005)

#2. Fire (1996)

#3. Arth (1982)

#4. Dil Se (1998)

#5. Rules – Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula (2003)

#6. Guide (1965)

#7. Maqbool (2003)

#8. Dil Chahta Hai (2001)

#9. Lamhe (1991)

#10. Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro (1983)