Has boredom got in your head? Has this lockdown given you no reason to be productive? Plus, there are no new shows on TV…wait a minute, when so many OTT platforms are here, who cares what shows come on TV. Scarping the previous question and moving on, we can understand that this self-quarantine phase is becoming troublesome but hey, this is for good (for us as well as for many people) Ever since coronavirus has come into our lives, it has paralyzed the globe and everything has come to a standstill. Even though everything out there is shut down, the entertainment on OTT platforms is very much on for you guys.
Speaking of which, here we bring you 5 classic Indian movies that you can watch on Hotstar while self-quarantining amidst coronavirus scare. Bookmark this and get entertained every day or every 3 hours (for those who are super-duper bored) Take a good scroll:
Directed by Gulzar, this comedy movie is adapted from Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors. The movie shows how two pair of identical twins separated at birth and later meet in adulthood which causing confusion.
This is the debut feature film of Shyam Benegal as well as Shabana Azmi also. The story is about a lower caste couple, Lakshmi and her deaf-mute husband Kishtayya works as a servant and their landlord's son doesn’t like his wife and have an affair with Lakshmi.
This epic historical drama shows the love affair of Prince Salim and Anarkali and how Akbar disagreed their relationship.
Shatranj Ke Khilari (1977)
Satyajit Ray directed movies based on Munshi Premchand's short story by the same name is set against the backdrop of the British annexation of Avadh and is about two best friends who, in their obsession for the game of chess, abandon their families.
Starring Smita Patil, Om Puri and more great actors, the movie showed the harsh reality of contemporary India's Scheduled tribe's conditions.
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