As from the era of the Partition with the

As the big day of love approaches, it is definitely  a good idea to revisit all the filmi mushiness we have absolutely adored over the years.We have compiled a series of movies and the imaginative settings when our filmi love birds first met each other.We start with the love story that has truly stood the test of time.Never would anyone know that this movie was going a prominent motif in many Shah Rukh Khan movies to come. This happened with the directorial debut of Aditya Chopra’s Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge  where people are introduced to the love birds Simran and Raj who meet on a train in Europe.This scene is how Raj gets stuck in the back compartment of the train and he spots Simran who is running to catch the train.One of the most iconic scenes of Hindi cinema was created when Raj offers his help and extends his hand to Simran who is frantically running towards the train for the Europe trip.We all know how that ended! This scene also gives a glimpse of the real life love story of Hrithik Roshan, who spotted his wife while waiting on a traffic signal.The quintessential love story was about to give the country a new heartthrob and Bollywood, a quintessential success story.Released in 2000, the movie ‘Kaho Na… Pyaar Hai’ was the launch vehicle of Hrithik Roshan and Amisha Patel. Hrithik Roshan played a musician who spots Ameesha at a traffic signal.In bollywood style, their eyes meet and in a short time, Rohit aka Hrithik gives her a brief lesson in grooming. Doesn’t it look cute and mildly weird but hey, who’s complaining? During the riotsThe movie Gadar takes its plot from the era of the Partition with the the unusual romance between a naive Indian Sikh and a rich Muslim girl. Sunny Deol who plays a truck driver marries Ameesha Patel to save her life from rioters.The scene is when the Tara Singh played by Sunny Deol shields Ameesha Patel (Sakeena) from the rioters, and  cuts his finger with a knife and  put Sindoor on  Sakeena’s forehead with his blood . He says, “Lo ho gayi Sikhni , meaning Now she is a Sikh, when the rioters point out that he is protecting an enemy’s daughter.