10 Bollywood Rom-Coms Every Girl Has Watched

We live for the love and the laughs!

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1. I Hate Luv Storys (2010)

We're a little bit of Jay (the pessimistic hater) and Simran (the optimistic dreamer) ourselves when it comes to love, so this one is an obvious fave. 

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2. Jab We Met (2007)

Who didn't love the instant chemistry between heartbroken Aditya and delightful Geet? We know we did. And how can we forget their epic adventure that had us suddenly wanting to visit Himachal!

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3. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998)

The most pondered love triangle in the history of Bollywood was the one between Rahul, Anjali and Tina, so we're guessing you've watched this one as many times as we have (our score is 7, by the way).

4. 2 States (2014)

Based on the best-selling book, this was definitely a #win for us because it had some brilliant performances and a hard-to-ignore freshness.

5. Dostana (2008)

This one was a riot that we giggled through. Plus, did you see how stunning PC looked in that golden sari in Desi Girl? Suddenly, all we wanted to wear to that youngsters' party was a gold sari!

6. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013)

You might think this one's your run-off-the-mill cliche love story but that's everything it's not. This one had us gripped with complex friendships, love angles and some real stuff that we could definitely relate to. Let's not forget that Manali trip (we all took after watching YJHD) though.

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7. Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003)

You might think you can watch this one (again) and not cry but boy, it'll prove you wrong. Whether it's the party songs that we still jam to, or the hilarious dialogues, WE HEART IT!

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8. Cocktail (2012)

We can't talk about this one and not mention how Deepika just killed it as Veronica! There's a freshness to this movie that every time we watch it, we find something new to love. Also, Saif and Diana were adorbs!

9. Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na (2008)

Imran Khan's debut as the quintessential 'chocolate boy', this one had us in rolls with it's typical college humour and Genelia's on point portrayal of her tom-boy character. We know you shipped them from the very beginning like us, OK. 

10. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge (1995)

It's really not possible to talk about romantic comedies in Bollywood and not mention this classic. DDLJ was, is, and always will be one of those evergreen love stories. Plus not a month goes by without someone making a DDLJ reference in real life!

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