Bollywood has a lot of genres to experiment with be it romance, action, comedy or biopics (which have recently become popular). But an instant interest is developed among the audience when courtroom drama comes into the picture. In a good movie, the sudden shocks and surprises keep the curiosity alive and make it really difficult to guess the plot till the very end. We have listed down a few good courtroom dramas you must watch. If you haven't gotten a chance to watch them yet, make sure you manage to catch up with these this long weekend. They're definitely not worth missing.
Based on a true incident of Arushi Talwar in 2008, this movie gathered the attention of many. The twists and turns of this movie that released in 2015 were worth a watch and everyone wanted to know what the outcome would be.
The husband (Akshay Kumar) accuses his boss (Priyanka Chopra) of sexually assaulting him, but the boss says otherwise. Things go out of control until the wife (Kareena Kapoor) decides to fight for her husband.
Jolly LLB 1 (2013)
Arshad Warsi is a perfect amateur lawyer fighting for justice for the destitute people sleeping on the street and their safety. The movie is a very interesting representation of the fable David and Goliath.
OMG: Oh My God! (2012)
A fight with god – even the plot of this movie is interesting enough to make someone want to watch it. What if we told you the court proceedings were even more interesting? This Paresh Rawal starrer will surely change your perspective on religion and godmen, and make you rethink a lot of things.
A young girl and her friends claim to have been molested by a group of rich brats who try to get away with to their political influence. All is okay for the boys until Amitabh Bachchan takes the reins in his hands and fights the case for the girls. The rest is history.
Jolly LLB 2 (2017)
While the first was a movie entertaining in its own way, the second was a perfect sequel starring Akshay Kumar. The courtroom fight between Akshay Kumar and Anu Kapoor was gripping enough to glue the audience to their seats till the very end.
Don't these plots seem interesting? We wonder why movies like these aren't made very often.