Bas deewangi deewangi deewangi hai

King and Queen of hearts.

King and Queen of hearts.

001/100 → SRKajol

001/100 SRKajol

Basketball affair with SrKajol

SrKajol in Zara Sa Jhoom Loon Main

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I have been thinking a lot about my childhood and the Bollywood films from the 90s for the last week or so. I realised that the 90s films that stand out the most clearly in my mind are Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge. These two seem to me the only good ones from that era. They…

This is spot-on. People who criticize Rahul as not loving Anjali until she prettied up are missing pretty much the whole point of the movie. One more example: when Rahul first shows up at the camp and enters the temple, the first thing he notices is Anjali. He doesn’t even spare his own daughter (who is standing right next to her) a glance. He recognizes her (older Anjali) without a moment of hesitation, even though she looks totally different. He looks amazed, and even a bit confused, but there is no moment of “Anjali?” He knows her without having to check. Remember it’s been at least nine years (probably more) since he’s seen her. That’s true friendship, and pretty much true love.