Heartbreaks are one of the worst things that can happen to a person. It is pretty rare that a person ends up with the love of their life in the first go and it is pretty difficult to forget everything and move on. Everyone take their own time to get over someone they have loved. But that cannot be a reason to just leave everything and become depressed. The best way to keep up in a break-up phase is to think that your life is a movie and there will be a happy ending. However, if you think this is a bad idea and you got to move on, for real, then there are movies to help you through it too. Need a list? Check below:
Rani is such an inspiration. A husband abandoned her on the day of her mehandi and she went on her honeymoon even after the marriage was canned. You need to just be like her.
Jab We Met
Do not focus on the fact that theirs was a happy ending and see how they dealt with it. Aditya moved on to make his company a success and Geet accepted her mistake and the life she made for herself. Brave move on both their parts!
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
Apart from the idea of taking a break from family and relationships, this movie also gives you travel goals. Take your friends along or go on a solo trip, give yourself a little time. That should help.
While most people would recommend a character to be like Meera, it is Veronica who is more relatable. Everyone makes mistake, but owning a mistake makes you the real hero. So, watch the movie, be the hero and let go off the person who simply didn’t deserve you!
Pyar Ka Punchnama Series
No movie helps a person in love like these two. Do not focus on the fact that they are guys being cheated on with a girl, this happens to both the genders and it is just fun to watch this movie (and learn not to make the same mistakes).
Raanjhanaa is the perfect movie for those who have spent their valuable time for someone who simply isn’t interested. This works also for the ones on the other side, who cannot get rid of a friend wanting to be more than friends. The movie explains pretty well that it ain’t going to end on good notes.