Best End Credits/Title Sequences in Bollywood Movies

As promised here is my post on Best End Credits/Title Sequences in Bollywood Movies in no particular order. Had a hard time finding good end credits. So if you can think of more please post them.

Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi had funny end credits with Shah Rukh Khan narrating their honeymoon incidents over stills.

Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara had a good song Sooraj Ki Baahon Mein with Hrithik, Farhan, Abhay, Katrina and Kalki dancing.

Jab Tak Hai Jaan had good end credits paying homage to Yash Chopra showing him directing the movie. Wish the movie was good too and it would have been a good farewell gift from the great filmmaker.

Krazzy 4 had Hrithik dancing on the end credits along with the four leading actors. Like the dance by Hrithik.

Even though Farah had already done a similar styled end credits in Main Hoon Na this one from Om Shanti Om was better and made more sense with everyone attending the premiere of the movie Om Shanti Om.

Bunty Aur Babli had Amitabh rapping on the end credits.

Singh is Kinng had end credits with Akshay and Snoop Dogg singing together.

  1. Baba 8 years ago

    none of them are really good or significant end credits. i agree it must have been difficult to find end credits in hindi films.

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      sputnik 8 years ago

      Yeah it was very difficult. Even a movie like Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi which could have had fight takes does not have any such end credits.

      Rab Ne end credits have some creativity and OSO end credits are fun with the premiere thing and its good to see the not often seen art director or dancers and so on.


      Here are Main Hoon Na end credits

      • Baba 8 years ago

        i hvnt seen any bw film end credits showing making of the film in the end credits.that would be something worthwhile to watch. i dont like songs or pranks in the end credits. it is fun but not good enuff.

        • Baba 8 years ago

          by making i dont mean just adding some rehearsals of dance should be visually communicative and enhance the experince post-watch.Like for a ra1,there was a separate 1.30 hour show in discovery – making of shud hv been the end credit of ra1 edited to may be 20 mins showing how they conceptualized the look,what softwares they used,how thye designed etc.What such things do is they that they add value to the film that just got the impact of the film is multiplied.

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            sputnik 8 years ago

            Have not seen that Discovery show but they stupidly released the Raftarein track with scenes of making the movie even before the release of the movie. They should have waited and used it during the end credits. I don’t remember if they had used that during the end credits.

  2. Baba 8 years ago

    i think border end credit was good. its a song but the video is good.

  3. phoenix 8 years ago

    It may not the best end credit. It terms of audience loving it, Dhoom machale version with HR and Aish, kept everyone on their seats whistling.

  4. sanket porwal 8 years ago

    RNBDJ’s was good. But I hardly remember anything worthwhile as far as end credits are concerned.

  5. FS 8 years ago

    Liked Main Hoo Na and ZMND’s end credits. “INDIAN” music by Rahman is also excellent at the end.

  6. Anjanpur685Miles 8 years ago

    Bahot baras jab guzar gaye aur laakhon chaand utar gaye
    Peeple par ek padaav hua
    aur phir janm-e ka chaav hua
    tab se har prem kahani mein woh aate hai
    aur jaate hai

    Love the meaningful lyrics complimenting the beautiful folk story told and the choreography/set is also very nice. (End credits actually roll during this song)

  7. dwnpiyush 8 years ago

    I think Imtiaz Ali is truly amazing at end credits and he has developed a signature style in this regards. I was awed by the spectacular use of ‘Yara rab rus jaane dein’ at the end of Socha Na Tha- the song gave a narrative a happy and warm extension and really made me believe that the leads have not just found love, but true eternal bliss, if not nirvana. Jab We Met too ended on a great celebratory note, a foot-tapping number, and 2-3 really funny scenes that tied up all the loose ends. Again, while getting out of the cinema, I got a feeling that the world couldn’t be a happier place. The same was intended in Love Aaj Kal as well, though it didn’t work as well for me, maybe because I thought the movie in itself was shallow and somewhat pointless. In Rockstar too, the melody of ‘Tum Ko’ along with the stunning montage shots led the movie to end on a hauntingly melancholic yet optimistic note.
    I thought the song at the end of Wanted, Teri Yaad Satati Hai, was stylishly shot and had an adrenalin pumping soundtrack which gave the right closure to the insanely fast paced climax.
    And I loved the end credits of Band Baaja Baraat. What an incredibly happy version of ‘Ainvayi Ainvayi Lut Gaya’ (incredible because who could have thought that anything could have been happier than the in-film version) at the end, with all the characters coming in and wishing in the newly-wed couple.

  8. Anjanpur685Miles 8 years ago

    @Piyush – absolutely agree on JWM and BBB.

    @Baba – agree on Border , fantastic song there.

  9. Anjanpur685Miles 8 years ago

    Hey Sputnik, thanks for another fantastic post.

    I dont know how I missed end credits of RNBDJ even in spite of seeing it 4-5 times !! It was lovely . Thanks.

  10. Manish Kumar 8 years ago

    I wd put Fiqrana and blue song titles … they were excellent and most stylish .. though i gt WTF feeling after watching Blue but i sat n saw the siongs full …

  11. Manish Kumar 8 years ago

    RNBDJ were awesome , first of its kind in bollywood , i remember later CC2C copied RNBDJ end credits

  12. Suprabh 8 years ago

  13. Anjanpur685Miles 8 years ago

    Like this song very much in end credits. (no visuals – but nice remix of dialogues of the movie and effective)

    • Author
      sputnik 6 years ago

      Looks like I missed your comments before. Liked both Barah Aana and Paheli end credits.

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    sputnik 6 years ago

    Liked the Dard Karaara Song which was used in the end credits of Dum Laga Ke Haisha. It was nicely choreographed like a 90s song with the top singer of the 90s Kumar Sanu singing it along with Sadhna Sargam.

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