The golden age of Bollywood – 10 reasons why the ’90s

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One thing everybody will agree to without any exception is that the Bollywood of today and the Bollywood of the ’90s was way different in terms of censor, morals, standards & values. if you’ve lived the ’90s as a teen or an adult you surely relate to the below-mentioned reasons and if you were unborn or still a baby, you should still read it to get the vibe. Below are 10 Reasons why 90’s was the golden age of Bollywood

1) Having a uni-brow and dusky skin did not get many eyeballs.

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2) Films depicted new India and showed progressive thinking by talking about teen issues, premarital sex, teen pregnancy.

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3) How’s the josh high sir! It nurtured patriotism in us.

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Hindustan! Meri Jaan, Meri Jaan, Hindustan! and sandese aate hain were the enough to make you feel the chills

4) Actors were not judged based on performances and looks, movies were seen as just a source of entertainment.

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No Judgment based on looks.

5) when “khada hai khada hai” and “dhak dhak karne laga” “laga namak ishq ka” had double meaning but we did not understand.

dhak dhak krne lga song

Palhaj Nilhani didn’t leave a clue in the movies he made. or didn’t he?

6) when fitness and 6 pack abs were not the talks of the town, but just great talent performances decided the future of the film.

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Abs were not a standard for being a good actor.

7) It was the time when Bollywood had great scripts for comedy and not just movies like grand masti.

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And the times when you could see Khans of Bollywood on the screen together.

8) playing double role was a common thing whether you take it sooryavanshi or hello brother to desi babu english man.

salman khan double role

And sometimes even two of the same ‘khan’.

9) The savior of the ’90s and a gift by dhram garam none other than Sunny Deol. His portray of an angry young man and the man next door was highly popular.

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Sunny Deol was the ideal young man.

10) when feminism was not a coffee table talk and women being rauchy was normal on screen without being an issue.

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Pseudo Feminist didn’t exist.

please tell us in below in the comment section your experience of the 90’s and feel free to give you reasons on why 90’s is considered the Golden age of Bollywood.

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