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Love Lessons From Hindi Films


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Love LessonsOur ideas of love and romance are shaped to no mean extent by the books we read and the films we see. While no sensible person actually expects life to be truly like a movie or a Silhouette or Mills and Boon romance, there are definitely many pointers from films we have enjoyed that remain in our memory and give us hope. Sometimes, these memories also contain hints for more enduring wisdom about life, love and relationships.

Here’s a list of inferences from some popular Hindi films that may strike a chord with your own views on love and romance.

‘There is only one person who is completely right for you.’ The Shah Rukh-Kajol starrer Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge reinforces the idea that the person who is right for you is definitely there somewhere. This someone is likely to be of help in making you a better person than you are – less timid, less impulsive, more secure. You can connect with such a ‘right’ person even though the odds seem stacked against you.

‘Suffering together makes your relationship grow stronger’. In the Preity Zinta-Saif Khan Salaam Namaste, what starts off as a rosy no-strings-attached relationship is brought down to earth by an unforeseen pregnancy. There are many such factors around us in real life. It is true that dealing together with the nitty-gritty makes for real bonding.

‘Men don’t always know that they have to make women feel special but they care all the same.’ The Saif Khan-Rani Mukherjee starrer Hum Tum is a real classic and enjoyable film about the battle of the sexes. It leaves you with a soft corner for those bumbling and baffled men who don’t know the first thing about what makes their women tick, but love them dearly all the same.

‘Friends give bad relationship advice.’ This one is distilled from many films, and very true to life. Often, friends are giving you the advice they do out of sheer loyalty to you. But a relationship demands that you consider the other person’s point of view. Or friends advice you to ‘take a stand’ or put up some other defences just when your partner is expecting you to become more caring and understanding. In real life, we need our friends to do a lot of listening of our relationship problems – and our own judgement and inner voice that tells us what to do in a relationship.

‘Communication is so important.’ This one is from many films in which there are irritating misunderstandings and people are shown not solving them by communicating. Many films bring this out but one which sticks in memory because the ending features the wrong guy is the Rinke Khanna-Sanjay Suri-Dino Morea film Pyar Mein Kabhi Kabhi.

‘Friendship is the basis for love.’ This theme is well portrayed in more than one movie and still feels fresh because makeovers from friendship to love are fun to watch in movies. The more memorable ones are Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na.

‘Puppy love makes way for maturity at some point.’ A lot of us are going to fall in love more than once in our lives. And every person we fall in love with doesn’t have to be ‘the’ one. It takes some maturity to tell apart infatuation from real love, but the Aishwarya Rai-Ajay Devgan-Salman Khan starring Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam does help to know the difference.

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  1. 1 Nandu

    Dear All

    I have gone through these comments & think this is fantasy to idealized filmy story to real life.
    Couples those who think filmy way land up in mess at the end of the deal because that is just a thought but in actual life things are different.

    We all have traditions & cultures right from eating habits to life style which no one wants to leave just like that; girls are more demanding & they don’t even know what they are asking some times.

    They say EGO (Edging God Out) is the problem is every relationship!
    And working with GOD (Good Orderly Direction) makes every thing possible!

    Regards,
    Nandu

  2. 2 Dinesh

    Hi all,

    i have gone through all the comments and feels that yes films are actually not filmy. they are just a potrait or a scenario of real lyf.sometimes they teaches us lessons that helps us in a long lasting relationship.

    the best comment i agreed wid is that suffering together makes ur relationship stronger….this is practical and makes ur mutual understanding more stronger and gives meaning to ur real luv lyf.

    regards
    Dinesh.

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