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Created at July 27, 2020

Movies for the 90's Kid in You

While kids may consider 'playing' the best form of entertainment, Bollywood time and again doles out stuff that more or less succeeds in attracting and appeasing kids. We list out some of the best-known children's films to have released in Bollywood.

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Taare Zameen Par
Taare Zameen Par
4.7
(3)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYeS7Wg9qmY
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Aamir Khan found out a unique way to combine entertainment with education. No film could ever educate masses about dyslexia like Taare Zameen Par. Darsheel Safary played the role of a dyslexic child to the T while Aamir as his saviour ended up winning hearts.
Anjali
Anjali
4.7
(3)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVL-JePJX60
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H
Chitra was led to believe that her child had died at birth. When she learns the truth, she brings Anjali home. Anjali is terminally and mentally ill and everyone has a tough time accepting her.
Makdee
Makdee
4.5
(2)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvcxIqzogGk
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H
Haunted mansion, evil witch and kids running scared. Vishal Bhardwaj's debut film had a riveting story and an exciting star cast and all elements that kids would love to see in a movie.
Jajantaram Mamantaram
Jajantaram Mamantaram
4.5
(2)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0cu4rZoTSw
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H
Aditya finds his way to an island after he is shipwrecked. Here, he realises he is a giant amongst the other inhabitants, who think of him as their saviour from a demon.
Chillar Party
Chillar Party
4.5
(2)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bRa-FlMiJE
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Kids dressed in their cute little underpants and sporting fancy names like Fatka, Jhangiya, Aflatoon, Panauti, Silencer immediately attracted attention for all things good. Two highlights of the film were the Chaddi march where all kids marched in their underwear and Ranbir Kapoor special item song called Tai Tai Phish.
Mr. India
Mr. India
4.5
(2)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093578/
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Oh yes! Has there ever been a villain more loved than Mr. Mogambo (Amrish Puri). Has there ever been a character as quirky as Calendar (Satish Kaushik). Has there ever been a movie in Indian cinema where an invisible actor (Anil Kapoor) kept audience riveted? Mr. India and his pack of orphan kids along with Sridevi thrilled everyone of us to bits and pieces. Among the many highlights of the movie, the one that still stands out is the fight sequence at a gambling den between Sridevi and the local thugs.
Chota Chetan
Chota Chetan
4.5
(2)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLcMO9Lf0KU
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Perhaps the best ever kid's film to have come out in the 90s. Chota Chetan had all the ingredients that one needed to keep his or her kid hooked. From magic to fantasy to fun, Chota Chetan was a runaway blockbuster not just with kids but adults as well. The 3D effect, the first ever in Indian cinema, only increased the thrills.
Stanley Ka Dabba
Stanley Ka Dabba
4.5
(2)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GD-znLuv0Co
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A school-teacher, who forces children to share their food with him, forbids one from entering the school until he brings his own lunch-box. Watch Stanley Ka Dabba for child actor Partho Gupte's powerful performance and his dad Amol Gupte's brilliant direction.
Rockford
Rockford
4.5
(2)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUw4SuXkX_g
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H
This coming-of-age movie is more for the kids entering their early teens when raging hormones and other teenage issues come to fore.
Pasanga (2009)
Pasanga (2009)
4.5
(2)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1804623/
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Anbukkarusu, a bright student, takes admission in a new school. Jeevanandam, who is popular in his class, feels jealous when Anbukkarusu begins to get all the attention.