5 South Indian Films You Should Watch With Your Fiancée

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Going out with our loved ones for a romantic Bollywood movie, tops the list of soon to be married couple. But what if there exists some love stories, not from Bollywood but the South Indian film Industry that you probably missed due to the restricted- screen release, language barrier or consciously ignored owing to the screenshots of cars- flying in solar system that can’t seems to get out of your head. So, with the available OTT platforms to your expense, let’s introduce you to 5 movies that you can cast on your home-screens for a romantic movie-date with your fiancée.

Charlie

Topping the list, this Malayalam movie is a journey of a non-conformist girl Tessa who moves into an apartment filled with the quirky belongings of the bohemian former tenant. Obsessed with his artwork and legends, she then sets out to find this ’guy’, who doesn’t even carry a mobile-phone. A MUST- MUST WATCH!!

’96- The movie

The story revolves around Ram, who could never confess his love to the childhood sweetheart Janu and decides to remain single, and how a class reunion brings him face to face with the love of his life. The Tamil film with its magical old-school romance will give you many moments to go awwww!!

Premam

Starring Nivin Pauly, this beautiful story in Malayalam, will take you to an emotional ride with the stages of the protagonist’s life. The film has some good performances and soulful music.

O Kadhal Kanmani

The story of an ambitious couple, Aditya and Tara who are attracted to each other and decides to enter a live-in relationship. It reveals how their initial infatuation for each other blossoms into love when they come across an elderly couple. Mani Ratnam directed OK Kanmani is a must watch for the sizzling chemistry between handsome Dulquer Salmaan and beautiful Nithya Menen with a bonus of A. R. Rahman’s music.

Arjun Reddy

Clearly a bold attempt, the movie starts Vijay Devarakonda as an impulsive, hot-headed lead who obsessively falls in love with a girl. Showcasing modern-day romance, the Telugu movie will make you laugh and cry with the lead.

Some movies might not share the same language as ours but, they do speak Love. The most powerful emotion that doesn’t cling to words to convey the message.

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