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Movies For Foodies Of India That Gen-Z Has Handpicked As Delicious-Treat

Movies For Foodies Of India That Gen-Z Has Handpicked As Delicious-Treat

movies for foodies of India

When it comes to movies for foodies of India, cinephiles, “ye filmein dekh aur fir kha, khuja, batti bujha ke soja!” (mused from Govinda’s dialogue).

  1. Daawat-e-Ishq (2014)
  • Literally a “dawaat” and “ishq” tale, it is a story in a few words.
  • It can be described as a fight against social justice, but with love and food being the prime hathiyaar.
  • Where there is food, there is a food lover. Do enjoy this movie that’s baked for every food lover in India.
  • Duration – 2 hours 03 Minutes 
  • Directed by Habib Faisal
  • IMDb Rating – 6.1/10
  • Available On Amazon Prime
Daawat-e-Ishq (2014)

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  1. Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana (2012)
  • The struggle of Omi Khurana to work out the secret ingredient that completes his family’s year-long recipe of chicken is what’s the movie plot is.
  • The film exhibits enormous recipes that unveiled steadily, just like life itself. But, when it finally does get revealed, it’s finger-licking good!
  • Duration – 2 hours 20 Minutes
  • Directed by Sameer Sharma   
  • IMDb Rating – 6.6/10
  • Available On – Netflix India
Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana (2012)
  1. Ramji Londonwale (2005)
  • Amongst a decent watch in movies for foodies of India is a story of an orphan cook (the character played by R Madhavan in the film).
  • The film will make you taste the essence of life through good food and great comedy timings.
  • Ramji Londonwale is a character that every other Indian will relate to, a middle-class man with responsibility and ambitions in his eyes. 
  • Duration – 2 hours 34 Minutes
  • Genre – Comedy / Drama 
  • Directed by Sanjay Dayma   
  • IMDb Rating – 6.6/10
  • Available On – Prime video, MX Player
Ramji Londonwale (2005)

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  1. Salt n Pepper (2011)
  • Showing food as a central character makes this gem enough to be on the list of movies for foodies of India.
  • However, the movie tells the story of two people that aren’t hitched but fall in love.
  • By far, the film is one of the best romantic comedies Malayalam Cinema has ever provided.
  • Duration – 2 hours 12 Minutes 
  • Directed by Ashiq Abu 
  • IMDb Rating – 7.4/10
  • Available On – Sun NXT, Mx Player
Salt n Pepper (2011)
  1. Paranthe Wali Gali (2014)
  • A love story set in the backdrop of Old Delhi and parathas being the juncture of unanimity.
  • The movie will make you explore the gullies of Old Delhi while you are at your home–isn’t it enthralling? A delicious journey that every food lover in India should watch.
  • Duration – 1 hour 47 Minutes 
  • Directed by Sachin Gupta  
  • IMDb Rating – 5/10
  • Available On – Prime Video 
Paranthe Wali Gali (2014)

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  1. The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014)
  • A Hollywood-flick, trying to spread the aroma of Indian spices. A battle between foods from the west (seafood platter)and the foods from the east (murgh masala), between the contests one experience is a culinary voyage. Well, that’s the #foodgasm a food lover needs! 
  • Duration – 2 hours 02 Minutes 
  • Directed by Lasse Hailstorm
  • IMDb Rating – 7.2/10
  • Available On – Sony LIV
The Hundred-Foot Journey

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  1. Bheemasena Nala Maharaja
  • Karthik Saragur’s most recent movie is about the association of people and food, which goes behind the realms of craving.
  • Food impacts how we act, and it could likewise determine a significant part in our physical and mental prosperity.
  • The movie explains the subtler meaning of food and its influence. A food lover shouldn’t miss this opportunity to take a dive into their eating habits.
  • Duration – 2 hours 20 Minutes 
  • Directed by Karthik Sara Gaur
  • IMDb Rating – 6.5/10
  • Available On Amazon Prime 
Bheemasena Nala Maharaja

We have no intention to wreck your diet plans and make you eat unhealthily. Take it as a cheat day when watching these movies with a bowl full of popcorn by your side.

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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