Top 10 Films

“Ratsasan,” “Raazi” and “AndhaDhun” are among the top ten Indian films of 2018 as determined by IMDb customer ratings. (photo provided)

MUMBAI— IMDb (www.imdb.com), the #1 movie website in the world with more than 250 million unique monthly visitors, unveiled the Top 10 Indian movies of 2018 as determined by IMDb customer ratings. IMDb ratings are determined by customers who rank films and TV shows on a 10 point scale. To rate a title, customers can click the “Rate This” star on any film or TV show title page on IMDb.

The top ten are as follows:

1. AndhaDhun

2. Ratsasan (Tamil)

3. 96 (Tamil)

4. Mahanati (Telugu)

5. Badhaai Ho

6. Pad Man

7. Rangasthalam (Telugu)

8. Stree

9. Raazi

10. Sanju

Among the Indian movies released in 2018, these 10 movies had the highest IMDb customer ratings, utilizing the same criteria as the popular IMDb Top-Rated charts. IMDb customers can add films and TV shows they plan to watch to their IMDb Watchlist.

“I am thrilled to announce and celebrate the 10 incredible Indian movies that resonated most strongly with our customers in 2018 during my first-ever visit to India,” said Col Needham, IMDb Founder and CEO. “It was fun to follow the surge of audience interest and adoration for releases like ‘AndhaDhun’ (#1), ‘Ratsasan’ (#2), 96 (#3) and ‘Badhaai Ho’ (#5). I’m also delighted to see Tamil movies, ‘Ratsasan’ (#2) and 96 (#3), and Telugu titles, ‘Mahanati’ (#4) and ‘Rangasthalam’ (#7), appearing on our Top 10 list this year, revealing that IMDb customers worldwide are embracing diverse titles across India in a variety of Indian languages.”

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