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Top 10 Bollywood Emotional Movies That Made You Cry

Bollywood movies can make you laugh, cry and even feel the boredom. In a list of content rich film, many filmmakers are able to give touching stories, which can really make you cry at the end. Thanks to the touchy and emotional story the film encompasses, which make people break down while they watch these films. Well, let’s check some heart breaking to 10 Bollywood Emotional movies as under:

1). Sadma (1983)

Sadma

This is one of the soothing story of a school teacher played by Kamal Haasan and his emotional bond he shares with the girl played by Sridevi. The student has lost her memory in a car crash, while the relationship the two share has been stronger till she gets back her memory who then fails to remember the school teacher. The climax of the film is really disturbing when we see how Kamal tries to make her remember their relationship but soon it becomes an exercise to futility leaving the audience with moist eyes.

2). Anand (1971)

Anand movie

The film starring Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan wherein he sees some stellar kind of performances especially from the former actor. He is jovial in nature and make everyone happy but at the end he passes away due to the dreaded disease called Cancer leaving behind loads of crying eyes in the hall.

3). Kal Ho Na Ho (2003)

kal ho na ho

The movie somewhere resembles to the story of Anand wherein a young man encounters the menace called cancer but loves to spread smile and happiness all around. However, there are couple of changes in this Shah Rukh Khan starrer film based in NYC. The movie really brings out tears as SRK passes away in the end making everyone around him happy and free from sadness and problems.

4). Devdas (2002)

Devdas 2002

The film is based on famous novel with the same title and has been made earlier with Dilip Kumar. The newer one comes from Sanjay Leela Bhansali who has added new colour and dynamics in the film of top three stars of B Town- Shah Rukh Khan, Madhuri Dixit and Aaishwarya Rai. The film has a tragic end wherein we fail to see the union of childhood lovers (Devdas and Paro), while the former passes away.

5). Rang De Basanti (2006)

Rang De Basanti

Indeed it is one of the best B Town movies of Aamir Khan along with Shraman Joshi and R Madhavan. The film witnesses the Youth Power and their tragic end when they challenges the corrupt system backed by filthy politics. The fun, joy and frolic moments of the youth soon converts into brutal killing of these young guns of India giving back tears in the eyes of people watching the film.

6). Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959)

Kaagaz Ke Phool

No can compete with Guru Dutt both during his life time and after his demise in terms of incredible acting. His brilliant performance was witnessed in the film Kaagaz Ke Phool. You cannot just remain mum with dry eyes catching up the scene when he remembers his days with Waheeda Rehman breathing his last breath in his empty studio.

7). Taare Zameen Par (2007)

Taare Zameen Par

This is a story of a young boy of eight years who faces the problem of dyslexia and the way Aamir (his teacher) brings him out from this problem giving him back his confidence and lost love for art. The film makes everyone cry when the boy who is a backbencher finds the top slot in his school, all thanks to his teacher. Aamir only debut directorial venture, which makes him remember for long.

8). Raanjhanaa (2013)

Raanjhanaa

The film is about a small town boy who falls in love with a girl of other religion. He pursues his love for a longer path witnessing all the twists and turns getting a tragic end at the climax without getting his love back to his destiny.

9). Ek Duuje Ke Liye (1981)

Ek Duje Ke Liye
This Kamal Haasan and Rati Agnihotri starrer film showcases the two passionate lovers who are ready to take any step to get back their love. However, both of them are seen meeting drastic misfortunes as we see Kamal being attacked by the goons, while the lady is raped and left to pass away. Alas, both of them are seen jumping over a cliff in the finale.

10). Omkara (2006)

Omkara

This film is based on a gloomy climax wherein a beautiful love story among the young couple is seen getting a tragic end. With a shattering climax, people at the hall are left with no option but to roll down tears over their faces.

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