Romantic movies to watch on the go & nbsp
It’s a special feeling to have someone who shares your aspirations, hopes, desires and even fears. And while we all want to have that ‘special someone’, we all know that relationships can be difficult and sometimes it doesn’t work out. As we work our way through heartbreak and cringe in love, there are some of us who are hopeless romantics. They don’t give up on love no matter what.
And this article is for such people who believe in ‘happily ever after’. If you are wondering what to look at on the weekend then we have to tell you we did all the work and now you can just sit back and enjoy. Here we share with you a few romantic movies, available online, that you can watch and daydream about your special someone.
Released in 2006, The holiday stars Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz as Iris and Amanda, two women who arrange a home exchange during the holidays to escape heartbreak. The direction of Nancy Meyers shows how this holiday brings a new chapter in their lives and gives hope to all hopeless romantics.
Eat pray love
This 2010 movie is something we can watch anytime. While the dining part of the movie will make you crave a treat, the love part will restore your belief in happily ever after. The film stars Julia Roberts as Elizabeth Gilbert and is based on Gilbert’s 2006 memoir of the same name.
Jab We Met
If you’re in the mood to watch a cute movie right now, this should be your choice. The film tells how Kareena Kapoor’s character meets Shahid Kapoor’s character when he is at rock bottom and changes his life forever. Kareena’s acting will also impress you.
La La Land
There are some love stories that don’t end with a ‘happily ever after’, but the journey is worth seeing. La La Land is such a story. Released in 2016, the film stars Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in lead roles.
The lunch box
Starring Irrfan Khan and Nimrat Kaur, The Lunchbox is a masterpiece to say the least. It’s a love story that starts after a lunch box is delivered to the wrong address. It’s a must watch.
So, which of these movies are you planning to watch first? Let us know by tweeting to us @TimesNow.