How long has it been since you hugged your friend?
We have all reached a point now where we have planned out our first meet on the other side of the pandemic to the T. While on one hand, time seems to be passing in a blink of an eye, on the other it seems like we have been living the same day on a loop since the last four months.
By now, we all have gone through the entire cycle of regretting not having spent enough time with our friends when we could. All we can do now is sit back and hope for things to get better as soon as possible.
Being cooped up in the house for this long has resulted in us losing track of time. And yet here we are approaching the first Sunday of August in the year 2020 – Friendship Day!
Bollywood And Friendship Bonds
Bollywood has come a long way from “Ek ladka aur ladki kabhi dost nahi ban sakte” to making movies like Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani.
There are innumerable movies that have set some major friendship goals – from normalizing friendship between a girl and a boy to focusing on girl gangs in a patriarchal society.
Be it a bachelorette abroad or a simple trip to Goa, they have set trends and rituals which are quite diligently followed among cliques across the country.
Here is a list of 10 such evergreen movies that will bring a smile to your face and maybe a couple of happy tears too this Friendship Week-
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Over the years, Bollywood has played quite an important role in shaping and influencing relationships in Indian society. The bond of friendship has gone through the same process as well. These movies have been iconic trendsetting pieces of art that have defined and redefined the importance of friends in our lives.
So this Friendship Day, celebrate with your best friends by watching these movies while connecting with them virtually from home!
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Sources: Times Of India, Filmfare, FilmyKeeday
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