Everyone loves a surprise, right? Even if that surprise is actually somewhat dark, twisting, or shocking. In turn, many screenwriters have devoted their lives to designing unexpected twists that will combat even the most eagle-eyed of audiences. As a tribute to the work, we are keeping track of down the top 10 most mind-blowing twist ending in the movie turns ever. These films were actually intended to be watched several times. You simply have to look for them
10. Gupt- The Hidden Truth (1997)
Talking of mystery thrillers in Bollywood, Gupt is the best movie which raised the bar in India. From a hero on the run to a no-nonsense cop on his way and a murderer on the loose, the story goes forward in spirals. However, the most interesting part of the film lies in its climax. Nobody would have expected Kajol to be the killer. Cheer to her for accepting to be a part of the movie.
9. Kaun (1999)
The movie had only three actors – Urmila Matondkar, Manoj Bajpai and some creep (the gifted Sushant Singh) – and people were relatively uncertain about what to expect from it. On papers, it had nothing to feature off but therein humiliated Varma’s professional. When the movie was released, the audience had their jaws dropped. It was an exceptionally well-written thriller by Kashyap which was translated onto the directed by Varma’s skill . A hair-raising secret thriller with a mother of all twists.
8. Bluffmaster (2005)
In the film, Abhishek Bachchan played an expert con-man who dupes people along with his partner Riteish Deshmukh. However, after determining to fix his way, the Bluffmaster agrees for one last con, and he even is successful, only to lose everything again. In the climax of the film that he realizes that he himself had fallen sufferer to the grandest of cons! But who could possibly fool the most conman? Changes our there was another Bluffmaster playing him all this while!
7. Don (2006)
When Farhan Akhtar made the decision to remake Don, nobody believed of the twist he had to bring into his form of it. If you thought Boman Irani turning negative was shock enough, the climax of the film blew everyone’s thoughts with the perspective that became be a sports filter and also paved way for Don 2.
6. Race (2008)
The film is one of the most interesting and fascinating suspense thrillers of modern times, directed by none other than the talented of Hindi cinema directors, Abbas-Mustan. While we have seen suspense thrillers like Ajnabee and Humraaz come out from their constant, Race just increased the bet like never before. As if the ever-changing shades of characters and a viciously twisted story was not enough, the climax sat like a pearl in the oyster. Who goes home in pieces and who walks home with all the insurance money?
5. A Wednesday (2008)
What Neeraj Pandey obtained with A Wed introduced his way up the Bollywood positions. A Wednesday follows a very tried and examined structure of story which reveals an enemy blackmailing the Mumbai cops into accepting to his requirements. However, what if a terrorist demand actually drives you to think outside of your comfortable area and query your own system? Watch its climax to know how an easy phone call can bring the entire city to its feet.
4. 3 Idiots (2009)
Rancho, Aamir Khan’s character in the movie takes a light-hearted dig at education system of India. His character in the movie is fun, practical, inspiring and honest. He performs and dances his way through the visitor’s centre and becomes the favourite of all of his buddies. But where does he disappear? Where was he from? Who was he? All the solutions to this awesome story depend on the wonderful climax of the movie which shows a surprising fact which changes the full dynamics of the movie!
3. Karthik Calling Karthik (2010)
The story involves Karthik Narayan (Farhan Akhtar) and an unexpected turn of situations in his life. He happens to be an introvert who can neither face his conceited boss or confess his feelings towards the lady he really likes or even grumbles for the things that bother him. He just bottles them up. Until one day, when it becomes too much for him and he produces this powerful character which creates him do anything and everything he desired to. But it comes at a cost, he begins hallucinating and it seems like he has a personality disorder. Factors are beyond regular for him and he keeps operating from himself. But the query is how far can you go when you are your own enemy? The climax of the film answers that.
2. Table Number 21 (2013)
Though the film is a little far-fetched with its story but handles a powerful problem of “Bullying”. Individuals make fun on other’s cost and don’t realize the level of harm it can have on those individuals. A couple is on their holiday and it seems that they required it more than they originally thought. They won the holiday through a contest and fulfil the man behind the contest. The man encourages them to play a sport and the experience topples their lifestyles. It becomes obvious to them that their holiday was no fortune but a setup and they are in big problems. This activity shall be a quality of their lifestyles. But why is the man troubling this very couple? The ending of the film reveals that and it is something that no one would have expected
1.Baahubali: The Beginning (2015)
This is no key now that there’s a big twist in the climax of the first part of the Baahubali series. Baahubali is a story of warring brothers who are up in hands to win the throne of the Mahishmati Kingdom. And at the centre of a situation is Katappa, the war master and the wisest man of the kingdom. While Katappa is devoted to providing Mahishmati and Baahubali, the twist in the climax of the film reveals something completely surprising which brings to the fall of Baahubali.
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