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The 10 Best '90s Bollywood Hindi Movies to Watch on Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and More

Top 10 '90s Bollywood movies to watch on OTT platforms


It would not be an exaggeration to say that the Bollywood movies of the 90s were one of the main reasons why the decade became a mainstay of Indian pop culture. The '90s introduced us to cinematic gems that paved the way for the stories and actors we appreciate today, not to mention the memorable dance hooks and fashion trends they inspired. From iconic songs and punchy dialogue to bracing action and slick performances, we're bringing you the ultimate nostalgia with these 10 Best Bollywood Movies of the '90s:

Ageless love stories, inspiring war dramas, hysterical comedies and more, these '90s films are the ultimate blast from the past

The 10 Best '90s Bollywood Hindi Movies to Watch on Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and More

1. Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (Watch on ZEE5)
1992 ‧ Drama/Romance Movie

Sanjay, a carefree young man, experiences mental and physical transformation to compete in an inter-collegiate bicycle race after his elder brother is unable to participate due to an injury.

Release date: 22 May 1992 (India)
Director: Mansoor Khan
Music by: Jatin–Lalit
Adapted from: Breaking Away
Box office: ₹52 million
Distributed by: Eros International

2. Damini (Watch on Netflix)
1993 ‧ Drama/Bollywood Hindi cinema

Damini witnesses her housemaid being raped by her brother-in-law and his friends. Despite facing many obstacles, she strives to get justice for her with the help of her husband and Govind, a lawyer.

Release date: 30 April 1993 (India)
Director: Rajkumar Santoshi
Box office: est. ₹11.75 crore (equivalent to ₹72 crore or US$9.5 million in 2020)
Budget: ₹ 2.05 crore
Produced by: Aly Morani; Karim Morani; Bunty Soorma

3. Andaz Apna Apna (Watch on Amazon Prime Video)
Comedy/Romance movie

Amar and Prem, who belong to middle-class families, compete to win over Raveena, a millionaire's daughter. Along the way, they run into a local gangster, Teja, who turns their lives upside down.

Release date: 4 November 1994 (India)
Director: Rajkumar Santoshi
Box office: est.₹86.5 million
Produced by: Vinay Kumar Sinha
Distributed by: Ultra Media & Entertainment

4. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (Watch on Amazon Prime Video)
1995 ‧ Romance/Musical Movie

Raj and Simran meet during a trip across Europe and the two fall in love. However, when Raj learns that Simran is already promised to another, he follows her to India to win her and her father over.

Release date: 20 October 1995 (India)
Director: Aditya Chopra
Box office: est. ₹2 billion
Production company: Yash Raj Films
Distributed by: Yash Raj Films, AA Films

5. Border (Watch on Amazon Prime Video)
1997 ‧ War/Action Movie

A band of 120 Indian soldiers in the Longewala region defend their post all night until they receive assistance from the Indian Air Force the next morning.

Release date: 13 June 1997 (India)
Director: J. P. Dutta
Budget: ₹10 crore (equivalent to ₹43 crore or US$5.7 million in 2020)
Distributed by: Netflix
Language: Hindi

6. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (Watch on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video)
1998 ‧ Romance/Musical Movie

After reading the letter her mother had written for her before she died, Anjali decides to bring together her widowed father, Rahul, with his true love who is also named Anjali.

Release date: 16 October 1998 (India)
Director: Karan Johar
Box office: est.₹1.07 billion
Language: Hindi
Distributed by: Dharma Productions, Yash Raj Films

7. Satya (Watch on SonyLIV)
1998 ‧ Crime/Crime Bollywood Movie

Durga's brother is killed in a gang war, turning him into a revenge-seeking man with a mission. Now, his ex-girlfriends cop husband is out to get him. Finally, the two team up to nab the real culprit.

Release date: 3 July 1998 (India)
Director: Ram Gopal Varma
Budget: ₹2.5 crore
Box office: est. ₹15 crore
Music director: Vishal Bhardwaj, Sandeep Chowta

8. Haseena Maan Jayegi (Watch on ZEE5)
1999 ‧ Bollywood Romance/Comedy Movie

When Sonu and Monu, two mischievous brothers, play a prank on their father, he sends them for work to Goa. They end up falling in love and go to great lengths to impress the girls' father.

Release date: 25 June 1999 (India)
Director: David Dhawan
Box office: est. ₹39.45 crore (equivalent to ₹144 crore or US$19 million in 2020)
Distributed by: Netflix
Story by: Imtiaz Patel, Yunus Sajawal

9. Sarfarosh (Available to buy on Amazon Prime Video)
1999 ‧ Hindi Action/Drama Movie

After his brother is killed and father severely injured by terrorists, a young medical student quits his studies to join the Indian Police Service to wipe out the terrorists.

Release date: 30 April 1999 (India)
Director: John Matthew Matthan
Box office: ₹33.46 crore (equivalent to ₹122 crore or US$16 million in 2020)
Distributed by: Eros International
Music director: Jatin-Lalit, Jatin Pandit, Lalit Pandit, Sanjoy Chowdhury, Dheeraj-Dhanak, Джатин Пандит

10. Vaastav: The Reality (Watch on Amazon Prime Video)
1999 ‧ Bollywood Drama/Action Hindi Movie

Raghu, a simpleton, and his best friend decide to run a food stall to get rid of their unemployment. However, Raghu's life takes a drastic turn after he accidentally kills one of their customers.
Release date: 7 October 1999 (India)
Director: Mahesh Manjrekar
Sequel: Hathyar
Box office: ₹41.3 crore
Produced by: Deepak Nikalje

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