Favorites:- Female Oriented Films

Hey there,
How are you??

I like movies alot(if I haven’t mentioned it already). So in this post today I’ll list down some of my favorite women oriented movies. If you’re thinking why, the reason is ‘just because’. Of course there are so many more and much better ones out there but these are the ones that I find best, So here is the list.

1. No One Killed Jessica

This is the film based on real murder case of Jessica Lal. It has both my favorite actresses Rani Mukharji as a journalist who’s more of an activist and Vidhya Balan as the sister of the victim. The film is all about how they team up and tries to bring the justice to the case.


2. Kill Bill

All time favorite film of mine staring beautiful Uma Thurman. Honestly the reason I watched film for the first time was the big samurai sword with yellow background. It’s a story of vengeance of an assassin, a killer and a mother. Watch it if you haven’t yet.


3. Kahani

I personally think this is really one of those film worth watching. The only Indian film I could not predict the end of so far. The story revolves around Vidhya balan as a pregnant woman who is in search of her missing husband. The search brings her to Kolkata from London but the things gets real hard when everybody she comes across denies of ever seeing her husband.


4. Columbiana

Another one of my personal favorite. Another vengeance story of a lady. After witnessing her parents being killed she grows up to be an assassin. The film was realesed in 2011 staring Zoe Saldana and many great artists.


5. Black Swan

This film is a psychological thriller/ horror staring Natalie Portman as a ballet dancer who gets a lead role in ‘Swan Lake’. She is just perfect for the role of white swan- The Princess Odette, but she starts losing her mind when she becomes more and more like the black swan, Odile.(You know, the psychological thriller part)


6. Mother India

Mother India is the oldest film in this list released in 1957 staring Nargis, Sunil Dutt, Rajendra Kumar. It’s Hindi epic melodrama, a real classic. In this film poverty-stricken woman tries to raise her sons through all the challenges life throws at her. During all this she never lets go of her moral code.( keep tissue papers handy if you watch it)


7. Hanna

This film released in 2011 is about a sixteen year old girl who is raised by her father to be an assassin. She is sent on a mission across Europe but while she’s on the mission she is tracked by a ruthless Intelligence agent.It’s a real action thriller. Just love it.


8. Dor

This film released in 2006 featuring Ayesha Takia, Gul Panag, Shreyes Talpade as the lead artists. The story is about two women from really different background, living miles apart. But the life changing tragic incident brings these strangers in a situation where their friendship is tested. (Did I mention all three are just incredible actor and actresses, just love them)


9. The Help

This film is adapted from the book of the same name written by Kathryn Stockett, the movie was released in 2011. The cast consists of Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jessica Chastain, Ahna O’Reilly, Chris Lowell, Sissy Spacek, Mike Vogel, Cicely Tyson, LaChanze, and Allison Janney. This film is about the racism faced by the ‘help’. They are the ones who are hired by the white families to raise their kids. The first time I watched I cried. I love this film. Must watch.


10. Parineeta

It’s an Indian musical, romantic drama released in 2005 was adapted from Bengali novel Parineeta by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay.The cast in the film consists Vidhya Balan, Saif Ali Khan, Sanjay Dutt, Raima Sen, Diya Mirza. Story revolves around the childhood lovers and their family. The romance is upset by the arrival of another men. What happens next, will they part, will they find their way?


(photo courtesy for all photos: Google)

(some parts of film descriptions are taken from Wikipedia like the lists of artist’s names(I am so bad remembering names))

So these are some of the films I like. Which are your favorite female oriented films..???? Lemme know.

Loads of love, thank you for reading, take good care of yourselves..

TUDles..! ❤ ❤ ❤


The movie and it’s after effects..

Hey There.!

Do you know for last two years I have waited to watch Fast and Furious 7. And finally I watched it today. The film is worth every single paisa(dime/penny).

The action is amazing. The story is perfect. The acting of every single person in the film is splendid. The ending is just so emotional. It made me cry in the theater front of everybody. I loved the way they honored him in the film. (spoiler alert) In last scene when everybody is gathered at the beach you can see the pain in everybody’s eyes of not having the man himself there with them.

It’s crazy how death of a person whom I don’t really know is affecting me so much. I only know about him from the sources of media. I’m sure it’s not just me. There must have been others who are went through the same emotions after watching the film as I did. He was a really amazing person. And that is the reason that people are having such an emotional reaction to the film. It is after all going to be the last film by him. And if they make FF8 he won’t be a part of that film(physically I mean).

But we all might be turning our blind eyes to his brothers Cody walker and Caleb Walker. They stepped in and finished the film for him and of course the work with Reach out worldwide (ROWW). I can’t even imagine functioning proper if(God forbid) I ever lose my sibling. They deserve to be saluted for that.

I hope they keep this up. I hope people wouldn’t forget Paul Walker’s legacy.

I can’t think of how to end the post so I’m just going to go now. Take good care of yourselves out there. Loads of Love.

TUDles.. ❤ ❤ ❤

P.S. He’s truly missed.! Love. RIP Paul Walker. (When I See You Again.)

Early morning movies

After a crazy eighteen hours I and him went for a movie in the morning.
ROY by Vikramjit Singh
Huge disappointment. He literally fell asleep for awhile because he was highly bored. I loved the music. But the storytelling nd direction was not worth the money. I hated the film but got to spend some more time with him so I was happy.
It’s funny how the company you are with makes pathetic film worth every single second.
As he said, “As we grow older time is the only thing you can say incredible gift.” I wouldn’t have spend the morning anywhere else but watching the boring film with him.:):):)
Yeah love is in the air. But I know it’s not going to last. And we have to go our different ways somday. Sooner or later,it is going to happen. *sigh*
Got nothing else to say and I’m pretty tired with all the travelling. Off to bed. You have great time there.
Take care.