We all have a favorite movie that no matter how many times we watch we just can't seem to get over. Similarly, just like us, even our favorite celebs have their favorite films which might have inspired them to choose their current path. So let's see which movies have managed to become our celebrities' favourite films.
When asked about his favorite film from the 90s, Ranveer Singh chose Hum, a movie starring Amitabh Bachchan and Govinda. Over the years it has become a cult classic.
Parineeti Chopra chose the classic DDLJ as her choice as her favorite film. She insisted that even though this is the most cliched choice ever, this is the only film she can think of.
A classic Christmas time flick that makes us reach for a box of tissues is the choice of Ranbir Kapoor for his favorite film.
Rightly considered to be the best romantic drama ever, DDLJ, is favored by yet another star as their favorite movie. The influence that DDLJ has had on Kareena can be seen in the various roles she has played.
Aamir Khan, the perfectionist of Bollywood, has his heart set on Teesri Manzil along with Pyaasa, The Last Crusade and Forrest Gump. Aamir's projects clearly reflect the inspirations he's drawn from these highly acclaimed all-time favourites.
Ali Fazal, being the romantic he is, chose Mughal-E-Azam and Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge as his favorite films. Not so surprising, even if his choice of characters don't reflect it.
This timeless classic is a movie well deserving of the title of a favorite movie. Rani Mukerji also loves Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. Just the perfect amount of romance to draw inspiration from, right?
Priyanka Chopra says she's a 90s kid and what movie defines that decade better than Tom Cruise and Cuba Gooding Jr.'s on screen pairing.
Along with numerous nominations and awards that The Notebook has nabbed, it also managed to capture the attention of Hrithik Roshan, becoming his favorite film in the process.
It's only natural that one of the most revered movies of all time is the favorite of one of the finest actors ever, Amitabh Bachchan. His other favorites include Gone With The Wind and Kaagaz Ke Phool.