Valentine Day / Know the crash course of Valentine's Day, these 5 films will explain the meaning of true love

Zoom News : Feb 14, 2024, 07:00 AM
Valentine Day: Valentine's Day has been celebrated as a festival in India for the last few years. 14 February has made a decent inroads into Indian pop culture. Valentine's Week is celebrated the whole week like Holi. In such a situation, we give you a film crash course on Valentine's Day. For this, we give you a short but effective list of classic romantic films of different languages.

1. Raincoat (Hindi)

Director: Rituparno Ghosh

Cast: Ajay Devgan, Aishwarya Rai

The first film in this list is ‘Raincoat’. In this, Ajay Devgan and Aishwarya Rai are in lead roles. This lovely film has been directed by Rituparno Ghosh. This is the love story of Neeru and Manu. Neeru is married. Manu just wants to see her once. He reaches his house. There Neeru's life is full of pain. There are many layers of love in this artistic film. On one hand is the purity of love and on the other hand is toxic marriage.

2. OK Kanmani (Tamil)

Director: Mani Ratnam

Cast: Dulquer Salmaan, Nithya Menen

‘Ok Kanmani’ came in 2015. It is directed by Mani Ratnam. Dulquer Salmaan and Nitya are in lead roles. Two boys and girls meet at a wedding in Mumbai and get attracted towards each other. They do not believe in marriage, hence decide to live-in. This is the modern version of love of elite India.

3. Double Seat (Marathi)

Director: Sameer Vidwans

Cast: Ankush Chaudhary, Mukta Barve

The 2015 Marathi film 'Double Seat' has been directed by Mir Vidwans. In this, Ankush Chaudhary and Mukta Barve are in lead roles. This is the story of newly married couple Amit and Manjiri. They decide to separate from the family after marriage. But some incidents create obstacles in his life. How Amit and Manjiri face them is the USP of this film.

4. Notting Hill (English)

Director: Roger Michell

Cast: Julia Roberts, Hugh Grant

The 1999 romantic comedy 'Notting Hill' has been directed by Roger Michell. Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant are in the lead roles. This is the story of love between a book seller and a famous heroine. But due to the social background of both, many kinds of problems arise in their relationship. The film spends itself solving these love complications.

5. Thattathin Marayatthu (Malayalam)

Director: Vineet Srinivasan

Cast: Nivin Pauly, Isha Talwar

‘Thattathin Marayatthu’ is a Hindu-Muslim love story. Hindu boy Vinod falls in love with Muslim girl Aisha. With time, Aisha also falls in love with Vinod. But the wall of religion comes between love. This film, released in 2012, has been directed by Vineet Srinivasan. Nivin Pauly and Isha Talwar have played the lead roles.