In an age where all popular entertainment properties seem targeted as potential franchises via spin-offs, sequels, prequels, reboots, etc., not all films get a follow up, even if they deserve one.
We’ve gathered quite a few examples of Movies that we would love to see get another instalment, many of them which were profitable and seem designed with sequels in mind.
1)Khosla ka Ghosla– A Delhi based retired middle class man tries half-heartedly to get his land back from a swindling property dealer with the help of his sons and their friends. Khosla ka Ghosla is one of the best films in 2006. But because of its simple cast, it has been underrated and has not got the recognition it deserves. It is simple, innocent, realistic and entertaining. Go watch it if you are a fan of Meaningful Cinema . Maybe a sequel to this movie will make the audience realise its true worth even in this times and ages as the problems of the Movies still exists.
2)Oye Lucky lucky Oye – A burglar reflects on his life and loves; while the media speculates how he managed to pull off so many heists. Once again Dibakar Banerjee has proved that he can put together an amazingly entertaining Movies from a very simple storyline. He reminds me of the great Hrishikesh Mukerjee. Brilliant script was supported by brilliant acting.
3)Main Khiladi Tu Anari (1994)-A Bombay police officer seeks revenge when his brother is killed by a powerful underworld figure. Things get complicated when a matinee movie idol begins to tag along the policeman so he can research a movie role.Akshay Kumar is a fantastic action hero and even when he blended into comedy, he was quite good. He was not only good in acting with well timed expressions but he was excellent with action and comedy. Saif Ali Khan steals the show with his excellent comic timing. He makes you laugh at the right places , the film is strengthened because of his comedy. The Concept can be remade with a new star-cast or even with the same male cast and be an Amazing action-comedy.
4)Nayak: The Real Hero- The director has done a good job with this movie. It is one of the most thought-provoking and Inspirational Movies of Indian Cinema.Not only does it expose corruption in various aspects of life but it also offers genuine solutions in tackling those problems. Many of the problems are still relevant and can be dealt with even in this age and time
5)Back to the Future (1985)-Marty McFly, a 17-year-old high school student, is accidentally sent 30 years into the past in a time-travelling DeLorean invented by his close friend, the maverick scientist Doc Brown.The Science fiction will be really nice to see when remade currently and the friendship bond can make it as an emotional Movie Series yet again