15 Memorable Scenes From Hindi Movies Those Define Love and Heartbreaks

Romance. A feeling that finds its presence in every soul on this earth. From Shakespeare’s ballads to the poetries of Keats, from the dew on the rose petals that glitter in the sunshine to the full moon that resembles the beloved’s face, romance has been an integral part of our lives. To say that I’ve not been in love ever is a lie that most people are often found to be uttering only to realize how they wrong they are. Love, romance, affection these feelings aren’t defined within the borders of physical love. To love is to care. To care for someone so deeply that every pain of theirs, becomes a searing pain from within. To love is to sacrifice. To leave everything for the beloved. At times, to even leave the beloved, for the sake of their own good. Such are the ways of love. Films, movies, just like the literary works, have sung paeans about love and romance. This Valentines Day, we, at the Cinemawala handpick those memorable scenes from Hindi films that should be seen by everyone, who has ever loved or have had the heartbreaks. Have fun watching those scenes, while love is still in the air!

15.Sadma (1983) – The Last Scene At The Station

14.Dil Chahta Hai (2001) – The Opera Scene

13.Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999) – Mujhe Do Hisso Main Mat Baato

12.Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013) – Mujhe Tumse Pyar Ho Jayega, Phir Se, Aur Tumhe Nahin Hoga, Phir Se…

11.Zindagi Na Milegi Dobaara (2011) – Mujhe Afsos Karna Nahi Aata

10. Lootera (2013) – Pakhi and Varun Confess their love for each other

9.Barfi (2012) – When Barfi argues with Shruti about her decision to get married

8.Manmarziyaan (2018)- Scenes during ‘Daryaa’/Main Tenu Phir Milangi

7.Kal Ho Na Ho (2003) – The Diary Scene

6.Silsila (1981) – Main Aur Meri Tanyahee Aksar Yeh Baatein Karte Hain

5.The Lunchbox (2013) – The Last Letter – ‘Nobody Buys Yesterday’s Lottery Ticket’

4.Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) – Dance In The Rain

3.Aandhi (1975) –  ‘Tere Bina Zindagi Se Koi Shiqwa Nahin’

2.Ijaazat (1987) – The Diary Scene preluding ‘Mera Kuch Saamaan’

1.Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959) – Waqt Ne Kiya Kya Haseen Sitam

 

 

 

 

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