It is amazing that your perspective on love changes as you stay in a long-term relationship for many years. Most girls believe in my age and hope that a secret will make them stand on their feet internationally, or that Rahul will attract them to a dance school. In some cases, perhaps these stories came true, but most of us have realized over a period of time and some serious adults, a long-term relationship is one of romance, respect, friendship, compatibility and, most importantly, realism for survival. Needed.
So as a 35-year-old married woman who once hopes to meet the love of her life by train, plane, or suitably casually, here I think of all the men who once screened me But liked it.
1 is rule: Naam toh suna hoaga? Raj was made the dream of every woman. He had a fair amount of bad boys to seduce a girl, played a stringed instrument and wore nice clothes with matching neckpieces that somehow could only pull him. But he also had a desi heart which beat the girl’s bauji as much for her. Raj was distinguished from DDLJ as he traveled thousands of miles to win Simran and his family. When I absolutely loved Raj, and DDLJ always had a soft spot in my heart, I now realized that Raj, though a good boy, was a spoiled, entitled Brett. He did not care about the money being spent on his education and was actually rewarded for swinging college!
His claim to be a ‘Hindustani’ man who would never take advantage of a drunken Indian girl meant that he actually agreed that Simran should preserve her virginity for the man she would marry. is. It should not be forgotten that she feels it even when she is wearing a backless dress. It makes me wonder why no one found his behavior problematic when the film was released, or it was filed under ‘men only men will be’ and actually romanticized.
2. Rahul: When he was not playing Raj, Shah Rukh was playing the character of Rahul. I was once very fond of two Rahul’s, my heart is mad and Rahul was more than anything. From Dil To Pagal Hai, Rahul organized the dance drama and Madhuri Dixit got her Maya in a little misunderstanding. While Rahul was a passionate romantic in Kishore’s eyesight, I wonder now if she fell in love with Madhuri because she was like a character she imagined, or because she was really the one who got her along. Also, apart from his passion for dance, did he have nothing at all? I’m surprised.
When the film was released, Rahul did something in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. From the Friendship Band, to the temple tour, and the resolve to ‘Pyaar Ko Dil Chahta Hai’, Rahul was a dreamer. But the sad part is that whether it was Tina or Anjali, Rahul fell for both women when they saw him in Indian clothes and in both cases, in a temple. Anjali had to change herself completely before revealing her feelings. While no one can really plan on who to love, to change yourself completely because the man you used to love didn’t like your dressing sense, now this is something that I Cannot digest anymore.
3. Love: Who can forget true sweet love? Like a chocobar, Prem had a suitably chalky exterior, but beneath it defeated the vanilla heart of a riteful Indian man who sang songs in praise of his shameful sister-in-law. So, while the sister-in-law was a treasure trove of love, Prem was more than happy to be a mother like a man’s child instead of stepping into the kitchen and actually pouring himself a glass of milk or serving himself the famous Brijya Thali Thali . Gantiel is the love poster boy for sexism and sugar-coated patriarchy. I really feel sorry for poor Suman or even Nisha (where Tuffy sealed the deal), who most likely bang on in the kitchen to last a lifetime. Will taunt
४. Rohit / Raj: Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai: Hrithik made his debut in 2000 as well as a romance reset. He was a muscular, sweet and almost impossible-looking good guy who could dance like a dream. Hrithik’s Rohit-Raj double role proved that you can be a hunk next door and still speak lines like Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai, Kaun Naa Pyaar Hai. Although, I was smiled back by Hrithik in my teens when I think about the end of the film, I wonder if Sonia, Amisha Patel’s character, would have fallen for Raj or given him a chance if He did not look like her dead lover at all. It is strange that you will agree to marry someone, when you know that your look is going to keep this relationship together. The two know literally nothing about each other before they decide to spend a lifetime together. Say no serious issue
5. Aditya Kashyap: Now here is a boy I still like. Aditya started having a broken heart and sadness and the way he learned to live in the present and took responsibility for his choices with a chirpy, impulsive song. But even when he realizes his feelings for the song, Aditya respects what he wants and stops back. His consent matters to him. Unlike Kabir Singh, who brands a woman with ‘Meri Bandi Hai’, Aditya goes in search of the song only when his family requests him. As a character, Aditya was probably noticed by the song’s overbearing, but when I think of a reel-life male lead who also becomes a great real life partner, Aditya Kashyap is hardly someone who Come to mind