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[Solved] Have you ever cried at a movie? If so, which one(s)?
Have you ever cried at a movie? If so, which one(s)?
Well I don’t express my emotions at the movie halls so easily but some movies just get you. You could feel the emotion running in the movie.
Same thing happened with me when I went to watch Taare Zameen Par, that movie was a gem of Bollywood. The story and the acting was so perfect that it appealed to wide scale audience. Well, I was the part of the audience and I not ashamed to tell you that I cried my heart out during the movie.
Why so ?
Well out of the few things that I love a lot in my life, one of them is my parents. I just can’t live without them, they have always been a support system for me, correcting me whenever I was wrong and showing me the right path always and that too selflessly without expecting anything in return.
There is a scene in the movie where the kid troubled by Dyslexia is sent to a boarding school away from the home. The song ‘ Meri Maa ‘ is running in the background and the child Ishan is shown struggling with the daily chores such as dressing up for school, tying shoelaces and school tie. The scene is so touching and strong that it had me in tears. Especially, for me when I saw that scene there was an outburst of emotions and I knew that the movie had me.
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The notebook and The fault in our stars were literally the movies were my heart shattered. The raw and pure emotions made me cry.
Yes, I have cried many times at the movie.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil
Sanam Teri Kasam
basically on the romantic movies in which the lovers don’t meet at last.
Although I’m usually the cry baby while watching movies, few of them did tear me up. I cried the most while watch ‘Marley and Me’ (PS. Dogs are my weak point). My girl is another movie that got chocking.
Yes, a several times.
While watching the climax scene of bajrangi bhaijaan which shows pure love between two person from different nationality.
Movies are always an excellent option to me to spend some quality time. It also helps me to get out of stressful life. I like to watch movies from different genres and and love to explore them! And yes, to be very honest, I am a very emotional person. I get emotional when the endings of a movie is not as I expected at the starting. In recent time, I remember one name, and that is “Padman”, starred by Akshay Kumar, Radhika Apte and Sonam Kapoor. It is based upon a true story of Arunachalam Muruganantham, a guy from Tamil Nadu, India. He invented a machine which can produce sanitary pads for females at a very low cost, less than other pads available in market. Not only by Indian Government, he also praised by the whole world. The movie was pictured upon the life journey of him. He failed a lot of times. But he found his way through these failure to the success. I can not control my tears at the end when he finally got success. At earlier, he was trying to solve the problems of his own wife. But back then, no one relied on him even his wife also left him! But, he had not stopped. The journey teaches us a lot. It teaches not to stop on our failure. Rather, we have to stand up against it and fight against it. If you have not watched the movie yet, it is my utter request to you watch the movie!
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