These Bollywood Movies Prove 'Ke Zaroori Nahi Tumhara Ishq Hamesha Mukammal Ho'
It’s the season of love With Valentine’s Day around the corner. But is it necessary that we all end up with the person we love? As it is said “Asli Ishq Ka Matlab Hasil Karna Nahi Hota”, here are some of the Bollywood movies which exhibited the different colors of love and ascertained that not everyone acquires a happy ending in love.
This iconic 90’s movie had everything but a happy ending. Devdas and Paaro’s love could not reach its zenith and despite it being one of the most popular Bhansali movies of all time, time wins over love.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil
This modern-day movie had friendship and love going parallel to each other and Ranbir’s love for Anushka which was not more than friendship for her ended up in a triangle of melancholy and despair.
True love comprehends no boundaries and is not bounded by the shackles of time; both of them had a tragic end to their lives but it did not mean an end to their everlasting love.
Rahul sacrificed his own career for the talented Aarohi but what he wasn’t able to quit was his insecurities, which were stressed by his alcoholic nature. In the end, fate overthrew love.
The passionate love of an aspiring musician helps him succeed but leads to his self-destruction. His inspiration dies a tragic death leaving him in her thoughts.
Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela
Ram and Leela’s love was overshadowed by the age-old clash between their clans and in order to break this stereotype they had to sacrifice their lives and love. Deepika and Ranveer’s chemistry had us enwrapped and hopeful for their love to succeed.
Kal Ho Na Ho
Aman suffering from cancer had to forego his love Naina to his best friend Rahul. The ending had us all sob in a bucket of tears.
The girl who is kidnapped falls in love with the kidnapper because he sets her free from the rest of the world. This modern day love story makes us realize that true love is what sets us free and not restrains us in manacles.