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Started Dating Recently? Watching These Movies Together Could Be Fun

The feeling of being in love is fresh, new, tingling and warming. You and your partner probably might be finding yourself planning exciting things to do together now and then. It might be going out for a date, meeting each other’s friends, going to theme parks together, shopping, and a lot more. Sometimes though, socialising and hanging out can get a little exhausting. At times like these, you can simply stay in, snuggle inside the blanket and watch some romantic movies together. 

We have curated a list of 5 feel-good movies you can watch together. 

Up

It is an excellent story of togetherness and what a long-time companionship can do to a person. It is a story about Carl Fredricksen (Ed Asner), a 78-year-old balloon salesman, a widower, who fights to save his house in which he and his wife spent a wonderful life together. 

To All The Boys I Have Loved Before

A high school love story of a girl, Lara Jean, who writes letters to a few boys during her school time but decides not to post them. Things take a wild turn when her younger sister decides to post them in order to get Lara Jean a boyfriend. In all the confusion and the hunt for the right guy, Lara Jean finally ends up finding her Mr Right at her high school. 

Friends With Benefits

When dating and commitment get too complicated, two strangers-turned-friends decide to ‘have some fun with no emotional attachments and baggage. This plan clearly doesn’t work for them as they end up falling in love with each other.  

Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na

It is by far one of the best movies that explain the existence of strong friendship in a romantic relationship. If you are dating your best friend, this movie is +1!

Okay Jaanu

A new-age career-driven couple manages their love and relationship side by side. It’s fun to watch how their love story evolves. 

Watching movies together will not just be fun but also allow you two to connect, bond with each other and share warmth. 

Aakanksha Ahire

Aakanksha is a feature writer covering youth centric beats involving education, careers, health, lifetsyle, culture, and mental health. Though a Gen Z, she is a Millennial at heart. You can connect with her @aakankshahire

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