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8 Light-Hearted Movies That You Can Watch With Your Girl Gang

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Do you recall having sleepovers with your friends, where you could spend the night watching movies and gossiping? Doesn’t it seem like an eternity? We all remember the times when we stayed in PGs and hostels and had amazing times with friends. However, because the virus appears to be here to stay, we still recommend staying at home to protect yourself. Watch these wholesome, feel-good films with your girlfriends if you’re in the mood for a movie night. Here is the list of 8 light-hearted movies that you can watch rewatch with your girl gang.

1. Queen

In this film, Kangana Ranaut portrays a young girl named Rani from Delhi who is all set to get married to a boy of her choice. After being abandoned by her fiancee just before her wedding, she decides to go on her honeymoon alone. She then experiences the best time of her life makes friendship and discovers herself. 

2. Aisha

Aisha is a great choice if you’re looking for Bollywood girly movies to watch with your girl gang. Aisha, a South Delhi girl with a wealthy father who has never faced adversity in her life, is at the center of the story. She tries to assist others but only adds to the confusion. The film, which stars Sonam Kapoor as Aisha, is another good choice for a girls’ night out the film. The film also stars  Abhay Deol, Ira Dubey, Cyrus Sahukar, Amrita Puri, Anand Tiwari, Arunoday Singh and Lisa Haydon.

3. Khoobsoorat

If you are one of those girls who wish for their own fairytale, you will undoubtedly enjoy this film. The vibrant physiotherapist takes a job with a royal family and falls in love with the prince. The film is entertaining, and Mili, played by Sonam Kapoor, will undoubtedly make you fall in love with her.

4. Cocktail

Deepika’s portrayal of Veronica won the viewers hearts till now. It’s a light-hearted film in which an outgoing girl meets a shy and reserved girl in the restroom and immediately offers her help because she is homeless. They fight over a guy but end up reconciling, so you’ll be entertained with all the Bollywood masala flavors.


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5. Axon

Axone is more than a lighthearted comedy; it’s also a commentary on the discrimination faced by women from the North-East in cities like Delhi. Axone can be found on Netflix. Axone: A Recipe for Disaster is directed Nicholas Kharkongor. Lin Laishram and Sayani Gupta made a mark as the central characters.

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6. Parched

Have you seen the movie Parched? If that’s the case, consider the bond that Rani, Lajjo, and Bijli shared. Leena Yadav’s film Parched is all about showing how women can be each other’s best allies. They can be strong together and fight against social norms, despite their diverse backgrounds and life struggles.

7. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

This is one of the funniest Bollywood films (of course with its own set of problems). Naina and Aditi become best friends after going on a trek. They keep in touch, and Aditi is getting married and she has her best friend  Naina by her side. It is perfect for girls’ nights in. It’s not particularly girly, but you and your friends can relive many emotions through this movie. The film stars Deepika Padukone and Kalki Koechlin as the two friends.

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8. Veere di Wedding

Although this film received a low rating, it became popular due to a girl gang at its centre. This one should suffice if you’re looking for some funny and light-hearted movie on friendship. It also puts the spotlight on some uncomfortable situations (but real ones) that one can be in with one’s family. You can watch this with your girlfriends and have a good time. The cast includes Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, Swara Bhaskar and Shikha Talsania.

 


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