Ribbon stars Kalki Koechlin and Sumeet Vyas and is about a young urban couple and how their life changes after they have a baby girl. Parenthood always comes with its own challenges and the movie is touted to deal with the same. It also revolves around the complexities in the lives of couples today basis the steadily evolved technology and our dependency on it.

This movie stands out amongst all the masala entertainers. However, if you are facing difficulties deciding if you should watch this one or not, we have a list of similar movies here. Rest assured, if you like these, you'll definitely like Ribbon as well.

Waiting (2015)

The movie revolves around Tara and Shiv, who meet each other at the hospital where both their spouses are admitted. While waiting for their significant others to recover, both of them develop an extraordinary friendship.

Jia Aur Jia (2017)

Jia Aur Jia is about two girls of the same name but entirely different personalities. Both of them go on a road trip that becomes a life-changing experience.

Salaam Namaste (2005)

The movie revolves around Amber and Nikhil, who start off with a fight and end up falling in love. They move in together in an apartment and Amber gets pregnant, but Nikhil is not ready to be a father. This leads for them to break up but the agreement of their house requires them to live together. 

Kya Kehna (2000)

Kya Kehna revolves around Priya, a young girl who gets pregnant and is dumped by her boyfriend after that. Her family and friends are against her decision of having this child. She faces many difficulties and her only hope is her best friend who stays on her side against all odds and helps reunite her with her family.

Heyy Babyy (2007)

Heyy Babyy was about three bachelors, Arush, Tanmay & Al, and how their life changed after a baby is left on their doorstep. They initially suspect each other of being the father of the kid but eventually, they all develop a soft corner for the baby.

Parched (2015)

Parched revolves around the lives of three women and a girl in the rural areas of Rajasthan. All of them struggle with their lives, always trying to make things better. In between their failures and wins, their friendship remains constant.

Let us know which one of the above movies is your favorite in the comments below. Keep visiting this space for more on Ribbon and our review of the movie.