Bollywood has a long history of producing romance films that are classics. Let’s talk about some of the most popular romantic films of Bollywood.
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995)
Yash Chopra’s "Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge" is the epitome of Bollywood romance movies. It is one of the most celebrated classic movies of Indian cinema.
The movie follows Raj and Simran as they meet on a trip to Europe and fall in love, but Raj learns that Simran is promised to someone else back home in India. Raj decides to follow Simran to India to win her.
Mahesh Bhatt’s Aashiqui film series is one of the most successful romance musical franchises in Bollywood.
Both films narrate the complicated love stories of two young people and their struggles to save their relationship.
Kal Ho Na Ho (2003)
Naina’s life gets a lot better when Aman enters it. She eventually falls for him. However, Aman, who suffers from a fatal illness, attempts to unite Naina with Rohit, who loves her.
Cast : Shahrukh Khan, Preeti Zintha, Saif Ali KhanDirector : Nikkhil AdvaniMusic : Shankar Eeshan Loy
Kuch Kuch Hota hai (1998)
Anjali, the daughter of widowed Rahul (SRK), reads the letters in her mother Tina’s (Rani Mukherji) letter and decides to bring joy back into Rahul’s life by reuniting him with his old love, Anjali Sharma (Kajol).
Devadas is one of the evergreen movies of Indian cinema. The film follows the tale of Devdas, who is a wealthy law graduate from London who returns to India to marry her childhood sweetheart
But his family prohibits him from marrying her, which leads to Devdas' alcoholism and emotional deterioration. He takes refuge with a dancer named Chandramukhi.
Cast : Shahrukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai Madhuri DixitDirector : Sanjay Leela BhansaliMusic : Monty Sharma.
The Imtiaz Ali masterpiece follows the tragic tale of Janardhan Jakhar, who aspires to be a rockstar. He falls in love with a woman named Heer, but she gets married to another guy.
However, Heer develops feelings for Janardhan as time goes by, but she also suffers from a fatal illness. Filled with much grief and an emotional breakdown, Janardhan uses his pain to become the country's biggest rockstar, named "Jordan."
The narrative of Inder and Saru and their love story amid too many challenges, including health, social constraints, and limitations imposed by family and society. Your eyes will be watering at this movie's heartbreaking conclusion.
A small-town man who has adored a girl since childhood discovers that his feelings are unrequited. Later, in the heat of the moment, his action leads to a terrible event, which he tries to atone for and eventually finds peace and forgiveness.