7 Hindi Films With 8.0+ Ratings

1. 12th fail (2023) - 9.1

IPS officer Manoj Kumar Sharma courageously adopts the notion of recommencing his educational voyage and seizing control of his fate at a location where countless students strive to conquer the world's most challenging competitive examination: UPSC.

2. Rocketry: The Nambi Effect (2022) - 8.7

Based on the incredible true story of Nambi Narayanan, a brilliant Indian scientist, the film chronicles his journey from a small-town dreamer to a pioneering aerospace engineer, overcoming personal and professional hurdles to launch India's first indigenous satellite.

3. Gol Maal (1979) - 8.5

When a young man's innocent white lie spins out of control, he finds himself entangled in a web of hilarious misunderstandings and comedic chaos as he juggles multiple identities to maintain his job and win the heart of the woman he loves.

4. Sardar Udham (2021) - 8.4

In a gripping portrayal of revolutionary freedom fighter Udham Singh, the film delves into his relentless quest for justice and vengeance against the perpetrators of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, showcasing his unwavering courage and sacrifice in the fight for India's independence.

5. 3 idiots (2009) - 8.4

In college, Farhan and Raju develop a strong connection with Rancho because of his unique perspective. Many years later, they have an opportunity to search for their old friend, whose presence appears to be quite mysterious, due to a bet.

6. Pyaasa (1957) - 8.3

Amidst a society obsessed with materialism and superficial success, a struggling poet grapples with disillusionment and unrequited love, finding solace and purpose in his art as he navigates the harsh realities of life and the pursuit of genuine human connection.

7. Pink (2016) - 8.1

When three independent and strong-willed women find themselves entangled in a complex legal battle after a night out with friends takes a horrifying turn, they must fight against societal prejudices and a flawed justice system to prove their innocence and reclaim their dignity.