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Top 10 Best Low Budget Bollywood Movies You Must Watch

Bollywood is known for producing films of different lengths and budget. At times even some movies without having much of the star value can be rich in content and performance, which makes it a worth watch film. These movies may not have big stars, big budget and exotic locations, but these can be worthy to catch up. Ironically, due to low budget these movies come and go without making their presence felt in the media. No buzz, no word of mouth sensation is being heard or felt, and movie soon goes away from the theatres. But if you dig deep inside the film, you are likely to get some of the best bets to enjoy. How about exploring the list of some best low budget movies, which you should watch as under:

Sulemani Keeda

Sulemani Keeda released last year with no buzz showcasing the story of two best friends who come down to Bombay from their home in New Delhi to achieve in the Bollywood industry. They characters were played by the young and talented newcomers of Bollywood called Mayank Tewari and Naveen Kasturia. The movie has fearlessly parodying the film industry, which has rejected their scripts for not being commercially viable project. The greatest thing about the film is that it has certain realistic characters, which comes with certain credible situations.



This film comes with some of the best performance of young actors like Sharib Hashmi and Inaamulhaq. Most of the critics have described the film as simply flawless. Thanks to the strong plot and well designed characters which made the film make its presence felt over most of the star awards including IIFA, Screen and Filmfare. In fact, it went on to win the national award under the category of Best Feature Film.


Gulal movie

The movie starring the talented actors like Raj Singh Chaudhary, Kay Kay Menon and Deepak Dobriyal were able to do justice with their superb performance. Together they were able to carry forward the rich content of the film portraying the character perfectly, which compelled all the critics to call the film as compelling watch, Anurag Kashyap has left no stone unturned to make a film, which is utterly rich in content and superlative in performance. If you are still to catch the film, don’t forget to catch it as you may regret missing it later.

Oye lucky! Luck oye !

Oye lucky! Luck oye

It is a known black comedy film in Bollywood starring Abhay Deol, Paresh Rawal, Manu Rishi and Neetu Chandra. The film was directed by Dibakar Banerjee, while it has even bagged the National Film Award under the category of Best Popular Film. The filmmaker was able to portray Delhi in one of the most hotch potch manner finding homes from areas like Lajppat Nagar and Karol Bagh apart from showcasing the plush South Delhi areas. The movie has one of the best performances by the lead stars especially Abhay Deol and Paresh Rawal, which comes with s cheeky story.



The movie may sound a bit weird, however, considering a novel script backed with incredible performance of Vinay Pathak turns out a must watch film. It is based on a Russian Play called Do Svidaniya, which means good bye. The film has ten wishes, which the lead star accomplishes before leaving this mortal world. The movie was made with a modest budget, however, was able to garner a collection of 2 crores. It is among the most inspiring movies made in Bollywood and worth watch in the list of low budget films.

Khosla Ka Ghosla

Khosla Ka Ghosla

Another worthy movie coming from the same director who gave Oye lucky! Luck oye ! This was a comedy with a substance, backed by some of the best performances especially the actors like Boman Irani and Anupam Kher. It had positive reviews from all the critics, which added a good buzz for the film and at the smaller screens it is among the most popular comedy to enjoy for the audience.

Ugly – 2015


The movie is a recent one from Anurag Kashyap, who is known for giving some of the best movies to B Town. The movie had actors like Rahut Bhatt and Ronit Roy. It is an interesting drama thriller, which keeps your nerves tight and puts the audience at toe to find something really unusual at the climax. All these factors makes this low budget film a must watch for people looking out for a content rich movie.

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