1. Ti Sadhya Kay Karte
The day of love, Valentine’s day is right around the corner. 14th February is celebrated as the day of love worldwide. On this day, people express the desire of their hearts to their beloved. Proposals, commitments, expressions of love are the occurrences. Have you figured out how you want to spend your Valentine’s day? Is it going to be in another town like Abhijeet and Asawari? Or are you going to stay in and celebrate this day with your boo?
In the latter situation, we know what you must watch to get the romance started.
The film Ti Saddhya Kay Karte starring Tejshri Pradhan and Ankush Chaudhari is a romantic drama. The film revolves around Anurag and Tanvi’s strange love story. Anurag meets Tanvi when they are very young and he falls in love with her. Soon, Anurag moves away, but destiny brings them together again. Anurag musters the courage to confess but they end up fighting and separate again. The third time they meet, both of them are married, to different people. Watch this tale of love to know how it survives in different forms!
The story of a rich girl falling in love with a poor boy might sound cliche, but Sairat’s Rinku Rajguru and Akash Thosar add a fresh touch to it. Based in a little Maharashtrian village, this low budget film managed to appeal to the audience. The film is based upon a teenaged love story. The immature, yet pure love lands up Archi and Parshya in trouble. They fight for their love and the journey is immensely romantic. The film’s Hindi adaptation Dhadak stars Ishaan Khatter and Janhvi Kapoor in the lead. One more reason to watch right?
The film starring Siddharth Chandekar and Sonali Kulkarni showcases that love needs to be unconditional and selfless. Aditya is a banker who wants to learn how to cook. Radha teaches him how to buy vegetables, chop them and cook. They spend a lot of time together and she eventually falls in love with him. Aditya has to move away and start his own restaurant at London, would he stay back for Radha? Watch the film to know more.
4. Mumbai Pune Mumbai
Arranged marriage is mostly detested by the millenials, but this is a film based upon this exact theme! The film starring Swapnil Joshi and Mukta Barve is a romantic comedy. Mukta identifies herself as Mumbai and Swapnil calls himself Pune. While Mukta is in the city of Pune to meet her suitor she stumbles across Swapnil. They talk, debate and roam around together. Swapnil proposes Mukta by the end of the day and she blushes before waving a bye as she is heading back to her city.
A movie of actors, yes, literally. Rampaat starring Abhinay Berde and Kashmira Pardeshi is a film based in Mumbai. The actor’s dream of being a part of the film industry. Their journey and romance along the way shows how love is consistent and yet subtle!
Priya Bapat‘s Gachchi shows the true meaning of love, being the support for each other. The movie revolves around the story of two strangers who meet each other when they are at their worst phase. Will they become friends or remain strangers? Watch this unique tale of romance.
7. Chi Va Chi Sau Ka
Live-in Relationships? Eep. The word is often dreaded by parents. But the film Chi Va Chi Sau Ka is based on the concept of living together before getting married. Savitri asks her parents to choose a groom for her marriage but also says that she wants to live in with him to check their compatibility before they get married! What do you think about these films? Have you selected your favorite? Comment below to let us know!
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