From Kal Ho Na Ho to Dil Bechara: List of the Bollywood Films That Did Not Have A Happy Ending

Here’s a list of some Bollywood Films that made their audience cry with sad endings. Read to know in detail. 

Bollywood may be obsessed with happy endings, but we can’t hold that against them for their films’ never-ending plotlines. Over the years, some of the best films we’ve seen have had devastating endings that leave you speechless.

Let’s look at some Bollywood films which make you cry with sad endings and you think that this is not the perfect ending.

Kal Ho Na Ho




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Shah Rukh Khan’s KHNH is one of the finest films ever made in Bollywood. This film did not need any introduction but this film revolves around a girl who always keeps blaming her destiny for not having the things which she wants desperately in her life but her life changes when her new neighbour (SRK’S character Aman) advent into her life and her life takes a new turn and eventually she ended falling in love with him. The worst part of the film is when Aman was on his deathbed. It doesn’t matter how many times you watched ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’, you will always cry in the climax.

Where to watch: Netflix

Sanam Teri Kasam





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2016 Romantic Tragedy Film, starring Harshvardhan Rane and Pakistani Actress Mawra Hocane  Sanam Teri Kasam, which was directed by Radhika Rao and Vinay Sapru is one of the most loved romantic films in Bollywood. The people who love watching Romantic Films will love this film but the end of the film makes you cry and feel sad for the couple. ‘Log saath isliye nahin rehte kyu ki who bhool jaate hain… log saath isliye rehte hain kyu ki who maaf kar dete hain’, still this dialogue is everyone’s favourite.

Where to watch: Jio Cinema

Rang De Basanti




Rang De Basanti won several accolades in 2007.


Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s directorial Rang De Basanti tells a story about a British film student who travels to India to document the story of five freedom fighters of the Indian Revolutionary Movement and be friends with five young men in the film, and caste them for her film, but the situations turned bad when the film inspired them to fight against the corruption of their own government. By the end of the film, they lose their life. The whole film beautifully showcases both patriotism and friendship at a time and in the climax, it made left the audience with tears.

Where to Watch: Netflix






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The cult classic movie Rockstar tells a story about the journey of Janardhan Jakhar a.k.a Jordan or JJ from a simple and aspiring singer college boy to an alcoholic international sensational rockstar. This film keeps you engaged throughout the film and there are many scenes that make your eyes wet including its climax. Ranbir Kapoor won the best actor award for his role at the 57th Filmfare Awards.

Where to watch: Jio Cinema





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The movie, which is based on a tragic love triangle, tells the tale of Kundan, a Banaras resident from a small town, who wants to overcome the barriers of class to reunite with Zoya, his longtime sweetheart, who has fallen for Akram, the university’s leader. By the end of the film, you can see that Kundan died. Raanjhanaa was the debut film of Dhanush and Dhanush played his character so well that we can easily say that it was one of the best debut of Bollywood.

Where to watch: Jio Cinema

Aashiqui 2





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Mohit Suri directed Aashiqui 2 is a musical love story that saws the life of a couple who go through love, fame, failure everything but in the end, the character of Aditya Roy Kapur ‘Rahul’ decided to end up his life which is the biggest hindrance in the career of his love ‘Arohi’. The climax and song are still enough to make you cry out loud.

Where to Watch: YouTube Rent

Dil Bechara





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‘Dil Bechara’ who would have thought this would be Sushant’s last film? The official adaptation of John Green’s Novel ‘Fault In Our Stars’ gives a message on life while having diseases and death as its core theme. As this film was released after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, its climax leaves you with tears in your eyes because, at the end of the movie, the character of Sushant also died because of his disease.

Where to Watch: Disney + Hotstar



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