Future husband

I want a man that loves Islam and can have fun. A guy that can love me like the love portrayed in the movie vivaah. A man that knows the true meaning of half your deen is the marriage. A man that loves his family. A man that has a passion for his career. A man that is a fan of harry potter

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SrKajol in movies <3

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Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte references through the decades of Bollywood

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Future husband


I want you to be taller than me & i want you to be like Prem in Vivaah. Thanks & i hope to see alot of you in the futuree :P


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Wedding details by Ashwin Bihari Photography


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So I watched Vivaah the other night

after a very long time

and it was just so beautifully heartwarming.

We NEED more movies like it.

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Three roles that Amrita Rao played and I completely love!!! I have seen each movie many, many, many times!!

Poonam in Vivaah
Sanjana in Main Hoon Na
Payal in Ishq Vishk

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Desi Shoes #desi #indian #wedding #shaadi #vivaah #shoes #masala #chicken

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Favourite filmsVivaah

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 ↳ Parineeti Chopra in Ishaqzaade as Zoya Qureshi

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Bollywood Photoshop Challenge (x)

8. A scene that made you cry
Parma asks Zoya to forgive him (Ishaqzaade)

This scene made me cry buckets of tears. I’m not even lying. The first time I saw it I was crying more than Parineeti, because I felt her pain so much. The way she’s hitting him, crying and asking him why he did that to her; it broke my heart. The second time I watched this movie, I cried again when I saw this scene. It became one of my favorite scenes of any movie ever. Because it’s so emotional and I can totally understand Zoya and what she’s been through. Parineeti deserves all the awards for this scene, because that’s top class acting. Acting a scene like this is very tough, because it can be “overacted” easily, but Parineeti did a terrific job in portraying all the necessary emotions to make this scene perfect.
Arjun’s acting is fantastic as well. His character breaks down completely, because he knows that what he did was terribly wrong. That’s why he gives Zoya all the space and freedom to let go of all her pain and anger, because he know he deserves it and he regrets what he did badly.
This is one of my all time favorite scenes and it never fails to make me cry.

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Favourite songs - 11 / ♪ ♫ ♩ ♬

Pareshaan -  Shalmali Kholgade

Amit Trivedi

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