7 Bollywood Rom-Coms That You Should Binge on Netflix

7 Bollywood Rom-Coms That You Should Binge on Netflix

Lifestyle Movies
By Shivani Yadav on 11 Sep 2018

If you're in search for a nice weekend movie fix or just a workday breather, these 7 films will not only help you with that but in fact will enter in your life like a breath of fresh air.  These utterly romantic and highly funny films will fill your Bollywood-loving heart with joy, so let's not delay your binge-watching night any longer and get on with the list!


2 States

Based on the bestselling book by Chetan Bhagat, the plot revolves around a Punjabi boy falling in love with a Tamilian girl and their eventual family disagreements because of the vast difference in their religious backgrounds. Trust us, it's not as serious or melodramatic as it sounds. It's actually extremely fun to watch this couple tackle all the traditional expectations to live a life on their own terms.

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Qarib Qarib Singlle

This Irrfan and Parvathy starrer is criminally underrated because it literally has everything a rom-com lover could ask for. From gradually falling in love and discovering themselves to going on a full-blown road trip, this movie has it all. And to top it all off, Irrfan's charm will simply make you fall in love.

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Bareilly Ki Barfi


Bareilly Ki Barfi surprised everyone from audiences to the critics when it originally came out last year and why shouldn't it, it's freaking amazing? The story revolves around a comically complicated love triangle that only gets funnier with time. Watch it for that hilarious performances and crisp script!

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Hum Aapke Hain Koun

This 1994 classic is not only a great romantic-comedy but also a wonderful musical that'll have you giving out coordinated dance numbers in your room by the end of the film. Yes, it is a bit melodramatic with countless family functions but then again, nothing can really match 90's nostalgia like Madhuri and Salman, all decked up, dancing in the rain, can it?

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Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na

If you're into stories where best friends fall in love with each other, then this movie is just for you. One of the great things about the storyline is how wonderfully it captured the carefree bond that a friendship entails. It'll be like you're actually living every moment with the characters.

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Namastey London

It's been over a decade and this movie is still adored by fans for how beautifully it captured love lost and redeemed. The characters are nicely fleshed out, so much so that you'll find yourself sympathizing with them even if you know that they are in the wrong.

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While the main story is about a dysfunctional father-daughter relationship, there's a wonderful side plot of a budding romantic relationship between Deepika and Irrfan's characters. There story is probably one of the more realistic ones to come out of Bollywood, that featured equal parts of banter and emotional conversations. Piku is bliss, personified!

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