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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.

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Betrayal and its aftermath


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Betrayal and its aftermathEverybody knew about Jasmine and Ravi. Though some people believed there might be more to it than meets the eye, the rest accepted that it was a beautiful, platonic friendship between a very lovely woman and a smart, intelligent man.

Jasmine was about ten years older to Ravi but his experience and understanding of life was infinitely greater than hers. So she depended upon him for most problems that she could not sort out on her own. One of her major problems concerned her husband. A chronic womaniser, he was also a very stingy man who showered his lovers with expensive gifts but refused to look after his wife.  It was Ravi who helped Jasmine get a job in his office and become a financially independent woman. “Don’t walk out of the marriage,” he advised. “Just make yourself a stronger person in every way.”

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Family Ties After Marriage


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Family Ties After MarriageIt may seem strange, but you only have to get married to develop feelings of loyalty towards your own family! You know how it is – you have a dominating father whom you just can’t wait to escape from, or a selfish sibling whom you detest having to share a room with. Just get married and notice your attitude changing – especially when your spouse begins to criticize either of these family members. Your hackles rise, you become defensive, and start pointing out how good your family really is.

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Friendship Is…


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Friendship is...There was a cute nude couple, back in the 1970s, that was used to adorn popular merchandise like mugs and sheets, greeting cards and underwear. This was a series called ‘Love Is…’ Today, when friends are taking the place of family, and friendship is becoming the means to survive in the city for a lot of young professionals, this series can easily be re-written as ‘Friendship Is…’ Here are some of my definitions, and I look forward to some of yours:

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Cats vs. Dogs


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Cats vs. DogsIn ‘The Cat Who Walked By Himself’, probably the most thrilling piece of prose he ever wrote, Rudyard Kipling tells the story of the primeval family, when Man and Woman set up home in a cave. Soon after putting up the horse-hide curtain that will be the entrance to the home, Woman succeeds in domesticating the Horse, the Dog and the Cow, and making them play by her rules. But although the Cat looks in and sees the tempting meat she is cooking, the comfortable fire that she has made to keep away the cold, he never goes in or submits to her conditions.

It is after a baby is born to Man and Woman that Cat makes his presence secure in the home – without being bound by its rules! He makes the baby laugh and gurgle, calms it to sleep, and kills a mouse who threatens the Woman’s serenity. The Woman then has to accept that he is free to come and go as he likes, and stay within the house when he chooses. Anyone who has had an adult tom cat will tell you that this is pretty much what cats do! However domesticated cats are, they never lose that wild streak that sets them apart from other ‘pets’.

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