Archive for Romance

Sanam Teri Kasam Recommendation

 Best Love Story of the Year!


Sanam Teri Kasam is a very sweet, old-fashioned love story. By that I mean, it is less about sex and more about romance and love. Saru is quiet and plain looking. Despite seeing herself as frumpy, she is an educated and responsible person. She is the obedient daughter of a strict religious man who wants the best and most highly educated husband for her. Unfortunately, nine young men have already rejected her. Adding to Saru’s woes, her father has forbidden her younger sister, Kaveri, to marry before her.

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Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge – Bolly Classic

Aditya Chopra’s Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995) celebrated 1000 weeks of being continuously shown on December 12, 2014, making it the longest-running Indian film in history. DDLJ explores the world of two kinds of Indian families living as NRIs (Non-Resident Indians) in London. One family values love and individualism above all; the other values honor and family tradition. DDLJ examines long-held Indian values in light of an India that is changing rapidly and what it means to retain your Indian identity abroad. DDLJ began a trend of movies featuring diaspora storelines. » Read more..

Swades Recommendation


Swades is not a typical “Bollywood” movie.  It is a thought- provoking and touching look at rural India and is relevant for anyone desiring a have a positive influence on those around them.  It was written, directed and produced by Ashutosh Gowariker, with music by Oscar winner A.R. Rahman.

Have you ever been in a place where you had everything you thought to wanted, but deep in your soul something is lacking?  As Project Manager for Global Precipitation Measurement, a mission of NASA, NRI Mohan Bhargava’s (Shah Rukh Khan) future is set.  He has a penthouse overlooking the Potomac, drives an expensive car, and his request for US citizenship has just been accepted.  But success has left Mohan feeling empty. Lately, he has been thinking of an older woman who helped raise him back in India, Kaveriamma (Kishori Ballal). Feeling selfish and self absorbed, he determines to return to Delhi and bring her back to live with him in America.

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Devdas Recommendation



“Devdas” has been made into a Hindi movie three times: in 1936, in 1955, and in 2002 by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The original story was taken from a popular Bengali romance novel written by seventeen-year- old Sarat Chandra Chatterjee in 1917. The setting was West Bengal sometime in the early 1900’s. Over time, Chatterjee’s character Devdas has become an iconic tragic hero in the imagination of the Indian people.
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