From Hum Saath Saath Hain to Raja Hindustani: Bollywood films that didn't age well

First off, everyone knows that some of these movies are classics and have been a massive favourite of the audience for years. This is also the time period that a lot of people look back to with nostalgia and claim that it was an age where Bollywood made meaningful, family-friendly content. That doesn't excuse some of the odd tropes plaguing these films.

Hum Saath Saath Hain, with its star studded cast including Tabu, Salman Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Karisma Kapoor, Sonali Bendre, and Mohnish Bahl was the epitome of sanskaar. It also included dialogues that claimed that a house whose daughters make food is an ideal home. Also, the movie features three educated, well off women being reduced to nothing but good wives in true Bollywood fashion.

Raja Hindustani, meanwhile, is another hidden gem. The Aamir Khan-Karisma Kapoor starrer has the male lead saying derogatory lines, yet there's no issue made out of it. Karisma's character even asks Aamir's to slap her if she says something rude to him, and does that the next second. It's presented as comic relief but ends up looking poorly. Which other Bollywood movie do you think aged badly?