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Bollywood movies »  Best Hindi Biographical movies

Some people lead an extraordinary life. No wonder they make it to the silver screen and unfold the most minute and unexplored details of that person. So, which of these movies penetrated into the audience’s minds and won their heart? Here’s a list of the most popular biographical movies in Bollywood, compiled as per viewers’ votes.

  • Rakht Charitra - I movie details

    Rakht Charitra - I user rating 2.925/52.925 / 5 (34 votes)

    Released on: 22 Oct 2010

    Genre: Action, Biographical, Drama
    Director: Ram Gopal Varma
    Cast: Vivek Oberoi, Shatrughan Sinha, Surya Sivakumar and others

    Plot: Based on the conspiracy theories surrounding the 2005 assassination of Paritala Ravindra, a violent man of power. The movie is split into two parts, since the duration of the movie exceeds 5 hours, to be released over a few months.full story

  • Bal Hanuman 2 movie details

    Bal Hanuman 2 user rating 2.58/52.58 / 5 (32 votes)

    Released on: 14 May 2010

    Genre: Biographical, Mythology, Animation
    Director: Pankaj Sharma
    Cast: 

    Plot: The target is very clearly the very young viewer, so the film doesn’t bother with much of a plot. It’s more like extended episodic peeps into the young Hanuman’s life, as envisioned by the director : one segment where the young monkey god swirls and swoops with the birds in the sky; another ...full story

  • Gandhi To Hitler movie details

    Gandhi To Hitler user rating 2.295/52.295 / 5 (17 votes)

    Released on: 29 Jul 2011

    Genre: Biographical, Drama
    Director: Rakesh Ranjan Kumar
    Cast: Raghubir Yadav, Neha Dhupia, Aman Verma and others

    Plot: 1939 - A world plagued with unrest. Adolf Hitler’s ruthless ambition for German expansion in Eastern Europe is becoming increasingly inhuman. Whereas another nation, India, struggles in its fight for freedom as the idealistic Gandhi stands by non-violence.full story