Sixteen Candles (1984) is Available in Hindi Dubbed

 "Sixteen Candles" is a 1984 coming-of-age romantic comedy film directed by John Hughes. The film is part of a series of iconic teen movies written and directed by Hughes in the 1980s, including "The Breakfast Club," "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," and "Pretty in Pink."

The story centers around Samantha "Sam" Baker, played by Molly Ringwald, who is about to celebrate her sixteenth birthday. However, her family seems to have forgotten about it due to the impending wedding of her older sister. Throughout the day, Sam navigates the awkwardness of high school, her crush on a senior named Jake Ryan (played by Michael Schoeffling), and the quirky interactions with her family and friends.

"Sixteen Candles" is known for its humorous and authentic portrayal of teenage life, as well as its exploration of themes like unrequited love, family dynamics, and the quest for identity. Anthony Michael Hall also stars in the film as Ted, a geeky freshman with a crush on Sam.

The film has become a classic in the teen movie genre, capturing the essence of the 1980s and resonating with audiences for its relatable characters and humorous take on the challenges of adolescence. Molly Ringwald's performance and John Hughes' writing and direction contributed to the film's lasting popularity.