Srini’s Favourites – 70 Movies

I’d like to quote Kamal Haasan before I start. “This is not a bucket list – 70 films you should see before you die. I’m not trying to recommend movies, or impose my choices on other people. The way I react to a film will be different from the way other people would. I’m sure I will probably notice nuances other people may not. Finally, it’s like falling in love! Why do you fall in love with someone? Who knows? It’s the same with movies.”

Let’s get started. Here’s my list, not in any particular Order.

  1. Nayagan
  2. Mouna Ragam
  3. Thalapathy
  4. Roja
  5. Iruvar
  6. Kannathil Muthamittaal
  7. Mudhalvan
  8. Anniyan
  9. Annamalai
  10. Baasha
  11. Padayappa
  12. Mullum Malarum
  13. 16 Vayathinile
  14. Rhythm
  15. Aboorva Raagangal
  16. Yennai Arindhaal
  17. Pudhupettai
  18. Vaali
  19. Mugavari
  20. Ramana
  21. Ghajini
  22. Vaaranam Aayiram
  23. Karnan
  24. Thevar Magan
  25. Salangai Oli
  26. Dhuruvangal Pathinaru
  27. Bahubali 1
  28. Bahubali 2
  29. Lagaan
  30. Rang de Basanti
  31. 3 Idiots
  32. Aashiqui 2
  33. Chandralekha
  34. Thirumal Perumai
  35. A Wednesday
  36. Taare Zameen Par
  37. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
  38. Happy Days
  39. Mozhi
  40. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
  41. Papanasam
  42. PK
  43. Rockstar
  44. Vasool Raja MBBS
  45. Panchathantiram
  46. Michael Madana Kamarajan
  47. Thillu Mullu
  48. Virumaandi
  49. Anbe Sivam
  50. Chandramukhi
  51. Naattaamai
  52. Suryavamsam
  53. Ek Duje Ke Liye
  54. Sindhu Bairavi
  55. Subramaniapuram
  56. Chennai 28
  57. Mankatha
  58. Deiva Thirumagal
  59. Aadukalam
  60. Moondram Pirai
  61. Ko
  62. Ghilli
  63. Thenali
  64. Avvai Shanmukhi
  65. Saamy
  66. Appu Trilogy
  67. Pasanga
  68. Madrasapattanam
  69. Thani Oruvan
  70. MS Dhoni, The Untold Story
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One response to “Srini’s Favourites – 70 Movies

  1. I do not see a single Malayalam film in the list. From the write up, I assume that you haven’t watched a single Malayalam film, in which case I’ll say that you have missed out on a lot of good things on cinema, in general.
    P.S. pained to see a film like Happy days in that list.

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