Bollywood Movies Of 2020 - Streaming in Netflix and Amazon

Best Bollywood Movies on Netflix and Amazon : Although the main focus has and will always be International content for Netflix  in India. It is interesting to watch them explore regional content with recent hit films and TV shows like Chopsticks and Sacred Games. But, in the background there are still open to showcase and distribute theatrical releases and multiple old classics. So, here is a curated list of the Best Bollywood Movies on Netflix that are available to stream for you own pleasure.

Bollywood Movies Of 2020
Thappad (2020)
Star: Taapsee Pannu,Dia Mirza,Pavail Gulati,Ratna Pathak,Ram Kapoor,Tanvi Azmi,Naila Grewal,Kumud Mishra,Ankur Rathee,Manav Kaul,Sushil Dahiya,Maya Sarao
'Thappad' is a silent slap on our society's age-old belief that — 'shaadi mein sab kuch chalta hain'. But honestly, should it be that way? And that is what we need to start talking about... now!
Har Kisse Ke Hisse: Kaamyaab (2020)
Star: Sanjay Mishra,Deepak Dobriyal,Isha Talwar,Avtar Gill,Anil Nagrath,Sarika Singh,Birbal
‘Kaamyaab’ is an ode to Bollywood, the larger-than-life movies and their actors, bizarre wigs, love, drama, friendship passion but most importantly, it is about one’s ability to realise their dreams even when the chips are down.
Panga (2020)
Star: Kangana Ranaut,Jassi Gill,Neena Gupta,Richa Chadha,Yagya Bhasin
'Panga' is a film that honours the endless hours of work that mothers put behind their families and at the same time urges them to never give up on their dreams.
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior (2020)
Star: Ajay Devgn,Saif Ali Khan,Kajol,Sharad Kelkar,Neha Sharma,Padmavati Rao,Shashank Shende
'Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior' scores on various counts - superior performances, powerful action, visual impact, and most of all, it unfolds a story from the pages of history that deserved to be told, with just this kind of intensity, passion and vigour.
Angrezi Medium (2020)
Star: Irrfan Khan,Kareena Kapoor,Pankaj Tripathi,Radhika Madan,Deepak Dobriyal,dimple kapadia,Ranvir Shorey,Kiku Sharda
There are some fantastic moments in the film, and sharply written scenes between the characters, too, which in turn, prove to be the highlights of this drama.
Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan (2020)
Star: Ayushmann Khurrana,Neena Gupta,Gajraj Rao,Manu Rishi Chadha,Maanvi Gagroo,Jitendra Kumar,Sunita Rajwar
'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' will give small-town parents the much needed nudge, and maybe, in the distant future, they will have the strength to accept their offsprings for who they are.
Malang (2020)
Star: Aditya Roy Kapur,Disha Patani,Anil Kapoor,Kunal Khemu,Vatsal Seth,Amruta Khanvilkar,Angela Krislinzki,Elli Avrram,Shaad Randhawa
In this film, none of the characters are uni-dimensional, which makes them interesting. 'Malang' begins well with a power-packed action scene, and dives straight into the drama.
Jawaani Jaaneman (2020)
Star: Saif Ali Khan,Aalia Furniturewalla,Tabu,Chunky Pandey,Kumud Pant,Kumud Mishra
'Jawaani Jaaneman' comes out a winner with its non-judgmental approach and a contemporary story that showcases complex human relationships with all its quirks, firmly in place.
Street Dancer 3D (2020)
Star: varun dhawan,Shraddha Kapoor,Nora Fatehi,Aparshakti Khurana,Prabhudeva,Raghav Juyal,Salman Yusuf Khan,Dharmesh Yelande,Caroline Wilde,Punit Pathak
If not for the story, watch 'Street Dancer 3D' for the love of dance. And, get ready to groove and move!
Chhapaak (2020)
Star: Deepika Padukone,Vikrant Massey,Madhurjeet Sarghi,Ankit Bisht,Delzad Hiwale
‘Chhaapak’ is a sensitive film with a delicate, yet powerful, handling of a heinous crime against women, and an important story that needs to be heard.
Love Aaj Kal (2020)
Star: Kartik Aaryan,Sara Ali Khan,Arushi Sharma,Randeep Hooda,Eesh,R Bhakti Klein
'Love Aaj Kal' sets off to celebrate complex characters and relationships, with the universal emotion of love at its core. It creates some emotional moments, but doesn’t quite leave you spellbound.
Shikara (2020)
Star: Aadil Khan,Sadia khan
The narrative is a tad bit more visually exciting and cinematically engaging in the first half, while the second half is more invested in the love story – which does feel far-fetched, predictable and dated at times.
Happy Hardy And Heer (2020)
Star: Himesh Reshammiya,Sonia Mann,Manmeet Singh,Deep Mandeep,Ashwin Dhar,Trupti Khamkar
At times, ‘Happy Hardy And Heer’ comes across as a series of scenes strung together with a barely-there plot.
Darbar (2020)
Star: Rajinikanth,Nayanthara,Prateik Babbar,Suniel Shetty,Nivetha Thomas,Yogi Babu,Thambi Ramaiah,Jatin Sarna,Nawab Shah,Dalip Tahil
Looking at the flow of the script and the larger-than-life persona of Rajinikanth’s Arunachalam, it is safe to say that Murugadoss’s ‘Darbar’ is an ode to the veteran’s mammoth fan-base.
Baaghi 3 (2020)
Star: Tiger Shroff,Shraddha Kapoor,Riteish Deshmukh,Ankita Lokhande,Jaideep Ahlawat,Vijay Varma,Satish Kaushik,Virendra Saxena
Director Ahmed Khan throws in every trick in the book to make ‘Baaghi 3’ an action entertainer.
Doordarshan (2020)
Star: Mahie Gill,Dolly Ahluwalia,Manu Rishi Chadha,Rajesh Sharma,Supriya Shukla,Sumit Gulati,Aditya Kumar,Shardul Rana
Director Gagan Puri’s ‘Doordarshan’ had an interesting plot at hand and there was so much he could do with it, but he just about scratches the surface.
Bhoot: Part One - The Haunted Ship (2020)
Star: Vicky Kaushal,Bhumi Pednekar,Ashutosh Rana
While the film’s runtime is short, the pace seems exhausting because most of the scenes are concluded abruptly, leaving you waiting for the big reveal.
Taanashah (2020)
Star: Dilip Arya,Laura Mishra,Indraneel Bhattacharya,Jeetendra Shastri
Ritam Srivastav has done justice to the movie to a considerable extent but the script lacked originality in ways more than one.
Bhangra Paa Le (2020)
Star: Sunny Kaushal,Rukshar Dhillon,Shriya Pilgaonkar,Naila Grewal,Parmeet Sethi
Apart from the decent performances of its lead actors and a high-spirited soundtrack, ‘Bhangra Paa Le’ has nothing new to offer.
Guns Of Banaras (2020)
Star: Karan Nath, Nathalia Kaur, Abhimanyu Shekhar Singh, Ganesh Venkatraman, Zarina Wahab, Shilpa Shirodkar,Abhimanyu Singh,Mohan Agashe,Tej Sapru
What ‘Guns of Banaras’ primarily lacks is a convincing motive for the protagonist to sail through. So, save yourself from this unpleasant ride.