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Irrfan Khan-Nimrat Kaur in The Lunchbox: How can a romance not involve the lead pair meeting, even once, you ask? This was the beauty of the film, by debutant director Ritesh Batra. He made his characters fall in love, without ever once coming face-to-face. In the fast paced, frenetic world of Mumbai, two lonely souls found solace in one another through a series of notes exchanged in a lunchbox. Magic, we say.


23 December 2013

Romance is something Bollywood does best. Our Bollywood heroes-heroines are absolute pros when it comes to romance, when it
comes to displaying love on screen. For many decades, portraying love in Bollywood meant a little less than making out, and a little more
than handholding. But with the turn of the millennium, Bollywood stars got more comfortable with getting physical, thereby amplifying the on-screen chemistry.

This year too, there were many on-screen romances that we absolutely loved. Some innocent, some violent, some old-fashioned, some new-age; every hue and color of love was painted on the cinematic palate this year.

Let’s take a look at the best on-screen love stories this year...

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