From Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge to Munnabhai MBBS, the hugging scenes of these Bollywood films will make you emotional.

Valentine’s Week is celebrated from February 7th to 14th. February 12th is Hug Day, which means hug. Hugging is of great importance in love as it allows you to express your feelings towards your partner. In general, both hugs and hugs are good for a person’s mental health. No matter the relationship, a hug creates a sense of belonging. You must have seen hero/heroine or other characters hugging in many movies and they all have different meanings. On Hug Day, you should also watch such films that will teach you the meaning of a hug.

Anyone who celebrates “Hug Day” on February 12th will think that this can only happen between partners. However, you can hug in any relationship. When you hug someone close to you, you feel an emotional connection with them. You can apply this to your mother, father, brother, sister, friend or anyone close to you. There are many such films in Bollywood where people got emotional after watching the hugging scene.

Hugging someone feels like a very magical moment and is a great way to express love. There are many such hugging scenes in Bollywood that have become iconic. Here we tell you about these unforgettable films.

In the forever romantic 1995 film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, this scene became unforgettable as Raj (Sharukh Khan) hugged Simran (Kajol) in the mustard field. The pairing of Shah Rukh and Kajol was liked in this film.

The pairing of Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha found great acclaim in Yash Chopra’s excellent 1981 film Silsila. In this film, I liked every scene where Amitabh Bachchan hugs Rekha. The way the actor expresses his love for his girlfriend fascinated people.

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“Jadoo Ki Jhappi” rose to fame in 2003 with the blockbuster film “Munnabhai MBBS”. Lead actor Sanjay Dutt became Munnabhai and made everyone happy with his magical hug. This magical hug of hers became quite famous.

Shah Rukh also explained the importance of hugging in Aditya Chopra’s superhit film Mohabbatein, released in 2000. He had said in the film that we express our right to belong through hugs. A song in the movie “Paas Aao Gale Se Laga Lo” was a big hit.

Yash Chopra’s beautiful love story, released in 2004, also featured many hugging scenes between Shah Rukh and Preity. Their involvement triggered emotions in everyone because of how the situation was created in those scenes.

Aamir Khan’s 2007 film Taare Zameen Par was a very good film. In it, Darsheel Safary played the character of a child named Ishaan who struggles with a condition called dyslexia. Nobody understands him, but his teacher (Aamir Khan) understands him, so everyone must have been emotional seeing the emotions with which he hugs her.

Salman Khan and Harshali Malhotra’s roles in the 2015 film Bajrangi Bhaijaan were very popular. A 6-year-old girl (Harshali) comes to India from Pakistan. The girl in the movie is stupid and a lot of people take advantage of her. But when she meets Bajrangi (Salman Khan), she hugs him and feels safe. The film is very emotional and every scene can touch you.

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