5 Must Watch Long Distance Movies

Love does not understand barriers and divides. It does not discriminate on the basis of language or religion. When you are in love, physical distance does not matter, nor can you measure your feelings or emotions. That’s love for you, and it’s priceless. Recently, however, there has been rise in long distance relationships, as more and more people choose to study and work abroad or away from home.

That does not mean people fall out of love. If you are mature enough to trust the person wholeheartedly and love your partner unconditionally, the relationship only strengthens. Here are some movies that are mush-watch if you are in a long-distance relationship

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]1.[/highlight] [highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Dear John (2010)[/highlight]
A heart wrenching romantic movie, narrates a relationship over series of hand written letters. Dear John is a love story of a soldier falling in love with a conservative college student and decides to share their two different lives over letters, until they meet. The movie depicts the faith and respect of each individual.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]2.[/highlight] [highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]You’ve Got Mail (1998)[/highlight]
A light hearted romantic comedy featuring Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks; is about two opposites who cannot stand each other, fall in love over the internet. Released in 1998, the era of internet revolution, this movie had set the romance on fire and minimised the distances between soul mates.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]3.[/highlight] [highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]The Lunchbox (2013)[/highlight]
Two lonely souls looking, one grieving over his wife’s death and the other is seeking to get attention from her husband. The story revolves around the dabbawalas of Mumbai, and two souls who find each other over a fortunate mistake of dabbawalas. Connecting over notes, the two could relive their life and romance in their own way.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]4.[/highlight] [highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Going the Distance (2010)[/highlight]
Drew Barrymore and Justin Long plays the lovers who are distanced from each other located in San Francisco and New York. Shuttling between two cities, the two lovers entrap in various hilarious circumstances and discovering the meaning of their relation.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]5.[/highlight] [highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Love Aaj Kal (2010)[/highlight]
Based on 21st century love story, where two people part ways in order to pursue their own professional careers, their love and fate brings back them together after a separation of almost 7 years. Growing up and down in relation and being just friends, the feeling of being love and loving someone remains the same.

What do you think?

Written by Madhurima

Madhurima is an amazing girl and feature writer from Delhi. To pep up her day, all she needs is a mug of black coffee, countryside music and a good read. If she is not in office you will find her shopping for magazines, browsing through books, exploring gastronomy at new outlets, or engaged in dialogues on how to live a happy life

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