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This Valentine’s Day Say 'I Love You' Differently

Love Knows No Boundaries And This Valentine's Day Has A Look At Those Who Have Shown Love In A Hundred Different Ways On Celluloid.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Pallavi Singh | Updated on: 14 Feb 2020, 04:38:20 PM
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Love knows no boundaries and this Valentine's Day has a look at those who have shown love in a hundred different ways on celluloid. Today, technology has ensured that long and flowery love- letters are a thing of the past and 'text' messages attempt to do the same work. It is love in different forms that makes the emotion so strong especially in the movies listed below.

1. Kuchh Beeghe Alfaaz

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Yoodlee Films' Kuchh Beeghe Alfaaz is an underrated movie about new age romance set in Kolkata. The movie dwells around the daily radio show ‘Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz,' which is an episodic series of unrequited love stories hosted by RJ Alfaaz. In reality, however, this RJ he prefers to be detached and anonymous to the world. On the other hand, there is Archana who works in an agency and believes in living her life to the fullest. A number dialed by mistake leads to blossoming of friendship between the two which soon heads into a romance until they bare their true selves to each other.

This movie for those who have different ideas of love but they still love, which is important. 

2. Ek Ladki ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga

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Ek Ladki ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga directed by Shelly Chopra Dhar talks about the love which is largely looked down upon by society. It is the story of   Sweety, a closeted lesbian, and how she tries hard to come out to her orthodox   Punjabi family. We find 'love' expressed differently in this movie as the heroine agrees to marry a person her father likes. Slowly and surely however, Sweety decides to fight back and come of out the closet finally. This movie is for those who help us be what we want to be. 

3.Taare Zameen Par

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Taare Zameen Par was a wakeup call for all the parents and teachers to treat their children with love and affection and understand that each child has a different need. Fed up with Ishaan’s poor academic scores his parents send him to a boarding school. Struggling to cope up and getting berated by both his teachers and his classmates, the boy sees hope in Ram Nikumbh, Ishaan’s new professor who has a different style of teaching. Ishan responds to him positively.

This movie was to thank all our teachers who bestowed low on us and taught us to be differently excellent in our lives ahead.

4. KD   

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Yoodlee Film’s last drama KD tapped on a beautiful relation between an old man and an orphan. While the 80 year-old sees his own family wishing for his death to usurp his property and inheritance, he realises he has not really lived life fully.  Uncertain about tomorrow, KD decides to live his life and on his new journey he takes Kutti, an orphan with him.  On the way they discover the meaning of life as well as friendship. This love has no barriers - it is universal.

5. Parched

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Set in a rural background of Gujarat / Rajasthan Leena Yadav’s Parched is about four women Rani, Bijli, Lajjo and Janaki who have lived their lives being dominated by men and are victims of domestic violence.  The four women tied down to societal norms decide to leave only to come back with closure and an answer to all their problems. This movie is about breaking free from everything that weighs you down. Loving yourself and taking a stand for your life.

6. Lunchbox

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Nothing supports a great conversation like good food! Lunchbox is about Illa trying to revive her decayed marriage by preparing a special lunch and sending it to him. Due to some confusion, the delivery lands up at Saajan's door step. Saajan is a widower. On receiving no response from her husband Illa adds a note to the tiffin to which Saajan responds. An unusual affair of friendship builds between the two without knowing each other.

To all the foodies out there, try your luck this Valentine’s day! If not for anything else, at least food.

7. Barfi

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Anurag Basu’s Barfi never gets old. Barfi a hearing and speech impaired man loves Shurti but she marries someone else.  Years later when she visits Barfi she sees he had married an autistic girl and both of them are living each day with immense joy and happiness which makes her reflect on her own marriage.

Barfi is about finding perfect love but ending up with imperfections but making the most of it.

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First Published : 14 Feb 2020, 04:28:29 PM

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