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Bollywood sequels that we wouldn’t mind watching

There are good movies, there are bad movies, and then there's Bollywood. We say so because barring some disasters , every Bollywood film has both, good and bad, aspects. 

There have been times when a storyline gets washed out due to poor performances, but there are also cases of wonderful performances being ignored because of low budget and lesser promotions. 

And some Bollywood movies touch our hearts and soul, leaving us content, and wanting for more. 

So, here are 5 wonderful Bollywood movies that we wouldn't mind watching a sequel of. 

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Namastey London

Namastey London


It’s been eight years that Arjun and Jasmeet got married and started their new life in Punjab, but don’t you want to know how did a spoilt brat like Jasmeet fit in the rural lanes of a Punjabi pind? Don’t you all want to know whether the names that they gave to their kids were English or Punjabi? Well, I personally can’t wait to see Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif reviving the magic once again, but only if Twinkle Khanna doesn’t mind them pairing up once again.

The Lunchbox

The Lunchbox


Did Saajan find Ila meet? Did they move to Bhutan? Did they find their happily ever after? Did Rajiv mend his ways, or was the movie nothing but a big hope for distressed souls? We demand answers, Ritesh Batra, Irrfan Khan and Nimrat Kaur, we deserve answers.

Andaz Apna Apna

Andaz Apna Apna


We agree that it’s been over two decades that the movie released and the leading ladies have retired from leading roles, but don’t Aamir Khan and Salman Khan still look adorable together? Isn’t Rajkumar Santoshi making movies now? Don’t we crave for rib-tickling innocent movies?

Pk

Pk


Ranbir Kapoor as the big-eared, locket-wearing, Bhojpuri-speaking alien! Enough said, we think! Also, who doesn’t want to see Aman and Asha, Jaggu and Sarfaraz’s cute Indo-Pak kids?

Dil Chahta Hai

Dil Chahta Hai


The movie taught us about how beautiful is friendship, and for that, we can’t thank Farhan Akhtar enough. And now, after waiting for 14 long years, we want a movie with Aakash, Sameer and Sid’s sons and daughters undergoing the turbulent teenage friendship phase, and how they live in the world of social media.

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