Most of the films that the biggest movie making industry, i.e., Bollywood shows us are around the emotion of love. Jealousy and hatred kind of feelings also come out of love and so we have movies to spend our time whose basic subject is love. Marriage is an institution of love where two people promise not to leave each other in any situation of life. And the magical fact is that these two people are not related to each other through blood. But they end up loving each other in the most breath-taking way. Karwa Chauth is the festival that celebrates this union in a poetic way and you cannot forget to bring attractive Karwa Chauth gifts for her.
Take a look which Bollywood biggies celebrated this husband –wife relationship in the most loving way that makes us believe in the concept of marriage more and more.
- Baghban – This Ravi Chopra movie released in the year 2003 deals with the love of an old couple who are separated by the kids. With Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini in the lead roles, this was one of the highest grossers of the year. It showed the limits you can go to love your life partner. Amitabh Bachchan also fasting for wife Hema Malini inspired many husbands to follow this ritual.
- Masoom – With powerhouse performances by Shabana Azmi and Naseeruddin Shah, this 1987 released movie covered subjects of extra marital affair in the most subtle way. The movie, dialogues, and of course the songs are still remembered vividly. The love of a wife for a husband leads her to forgive adultery also.
- Baabul – Rani Mukherjee keeps fast for her dead husband Avi on the occasion of Karwa Chauth because she wants Avi to be her husband in every birth and also because she promised her husband that she would always love him. Even death cannot take that love away. Such platonic love of a husband and wife was depicted in this 2006 movie.
- Kabhi Khusi Kabhi Ghum – This 2001 magnum opus of Karan Johar actually taught us about Karwa Chauth gift items.
Sargi, sent by the mother-in-law to the daughter-in-law was unknown to many parts of India where this festival is not celebrated. It consists dry fruits and some jewelry and garments. The epic song “Le Ja Le Ja” is the celebration of the union of husband and wife on the eve of Karwa Chauth and saw three generations of Bollywood in one screen.