Dussehra 2018: 5 Films Which Portray The Win Of Good Over Evil

Dussehra marks the end of evil and negativity around us. On this auspicious festival, we bring to you list of 5 such films which reflect the spirit perfectly

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Dussehra 2018: 5 Films Which Portray The Win Of Good Over Evil

From time immemorial, Bollywood Films have been showing good win over evil. It's something that resonates so well with the festival of Durga Pooja or Dussehra which signifies the triumph of goodness. Here's taking a look at 5 films which showcase this aspect brilliantly:

 
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-Daamini (1993): A woman-centric film which showed the lead actress, Meenakshi Sheshadri, in a dilemma about ensuring justice to her house help who was raped by her brother-in-law. Her husband’s family forces her to not speak the truth but she finds support from an ex-advocate, who helps her get justice for the woman.

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-Lajja (2001): Four women who are victims of male chauvinism and have been tortured in different ways—from domestic violence to rape, fight for their rights against the society. The film ends with the victory of women over all evil.

 
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- Raavan (2010): The story of Lord Ram killing Raavan in Ramayana was given a modern day twist in this Mani Ratnam movie. Portrayed brilliantly by Abhishek Bachchan and Vikram, this movie shows how goodness always is two steps ahead of the evil. 

 
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- Kahaani (2011): In an unknown city of Kolkata, Vidya Balan's character goes through a lot of troubles and concocts a cock-and-bull story to deceive some of the top ranking officers of the Indian intelligence bureau. Her motive was nothing other than to find the person who killed her husband. She finds him and manages to end his life on the tenth day of Durga Pooja. A worthy culmination of the evil. 

 
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- Ram Leela (2013): Heavy on guns and roses, this Sanjay Leela Bhansali magnum opus ends with a bang during the festivities of Dussehra. Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, despite being so much in love, can't express it to each other as they are heading two opposite gangs. However it's their love that wins over everyone at the end as they end their own lives to prove that war was not the answer - love was. 


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