7 Indian Philosophical Movies 

Shubhashish Bhutiani directed and wrote this independent drama. It follows a reluctant son who takes his father to Varanasi, where he believes he will die and find salvation.

Mukti Bhawan (2016)

The drama is written and directed by Anand Gandhi. Philosophy is explored through the stories of an experimental photographer, a sick monk, and a young stockbroker.

Ship of Theseus (2012)

This drama, directed by Sumitra Bhave and Sunil Suktankar, follows a retired Sanskrit professor with Alzheimer's. After seeing an elephant on the street, he follows it home and joins the mahout's family.

Astu (2015)

Rajat Kapoor directed this comedy-drama. A middle-aged Delhi man decides to believe only what he sees after an incident. But the new ideals make his life harder than expected.

Ankhon Dekhi (2013)

This is a drama about a slice of life, and Sundar C." When Nallasivam and Anbarasu get stuck at the airport, they have to go to Chennai together against their will, and they end up becoming very close.

Anbe Sivam (2003)

This drama is Neeraj Ghaywan's directorial debut. The film follows four people whose tragedies and growth intersect along the Indian Ganges.

Masaan (2015)

Mili Joshi is a happy and lively young woman who wants to become an actress. Urmila Matondkar played her in this romantic drama directed by Ram Gopal Varma. Along with Aamir Khan and Jackie Shroff, she played Mili.

Kaiyoppu (2007)