Valentine’s Day 2022: Favorite on screen romantic moments
Valentine’s Day isn’t just about roses and chocolates. It is a day that has traditionally celebrated love in all its expressions. Thanks to some iconic movie moments that have captured the essence of love. You can celebrate Valentine’s Day by diving into one of these adorable romantic scenes featured in Bollywood and Hollywood movies. Whether about a happy ending to a love story or the opening spark of a romantic story, these filmy moments have remained rent-free in the hearts of many. This Valentines Day, let us go back to some memorable romantic scenes from movies.
1.La La Land
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone create magic with their chemistry in this fantasy film. But the lovely scene of the night where the two characters start dancing under the starry night is one of the most memorable moments of the film. The characters stole our hearts with their high spirits.
2. To all the boys I’ve loved before
This movie series is probably one of the cutest love stories out there. And guess what? The first installment of the film has a tremendously adorable Valentine’s Day moment. We love when Lara Jean gets her special gift from Peter Kavinsky on this day.
This romantic film has left the eyes of many viewers moist with its twists and turns. But we all remember the letter scene where the two protagonists share an intense moment of wonder, love and hope under torrential rain.
The dreamy bike ride scene of this movie has left its mark on many Bollywood lovers. Agreed, isn’t it?
5.Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
“Time doesn’t stop for anyone, but we are always there.” Do you remember this epic scene featuring Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone? Well, who doesn’t? This was the much awaited moment in the entire film. We all wanted Bunny and Naina to become one.
We love everything about this film. From the songs to the locations, the Imtiaz Ali directorial has checked all the boxes. While one of the famous lines from this movie is “What happens in Corsica, stays in Corsica”, we just can’t forget the sequence “Just don’t cross the line”. There is something special in this scene.
The film weaves two stories: one of a struggling woman, the other of a blossoming love story. The shimmering romance and the mela scene, where we see the captivated couple, are the most relatable scenes in the film.
So which is your favourite?