Here's your ultimate guide to romantic Netflix movies for Valentine's Day.
Valentine's Day is quickly approaching, and it wouldn't be complete without spending some quality time at home watching something romantic on OTT with someone special. Netflix is the one-stop destination for all of the options you want during this special week. To save you time reading through lists to find something to watch, we've put together a list of the best 10 romantic movies that you should add to the list.
Naina Kapur (Preity Zinta), a low-key introvert, comes from a dysfunctional family in New York where her mother Jennifer (Jaya Bachchan), and grandmother Lajjo (Seth) constantly fight and her father committed suicide. A stranger arrives next door one day. After coming like a breath of new air, Shah Rukh Khan's character Aman eventually brings the family together and teaches Naina how to live. She starts to confide in him and develops feelings for him. Aman, though, has a dark secret. Naina's best friend Rohit (Saif Ali Khan) is in love with her behind her back. Thus, Aman chooses to introduce Naina to Rohit.
In 1946 North Carolina, Allie (McAdams) comes from a wealthy family, while Noah Calhoun (Gosling) works as a mill worker. The two are much in love with one another. But the great chasm that separates their worlds compels them to part ways, and Allie becomes engaged to a man who is more appropriate for her family's status in society. After several years and a few weeks before her marriage, the couple reunite only to discover that their love and passion had not faded. Allie now has to decide between following social norms and her intense romance.
Georgian England is the home of Elizabeth Bennet (Knightley), her mother, and her four sisters, Jane (Rosamund Pike), Mary (Talulah Riley), Kitty (Carey Mulligan), and Lydia (Jena Malone). The presence of Mr. Darcy (Matthew Macfadyen) and Mr. Bingley (Simon Woods) alters their lives as they work through social expectations to find a suitable companion and enter a romantic relationship.
To strengthen the empire's position in the region, Rajput princess Jodhaa Bai (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) marries Mughal Emperor Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar (Hrithik Roshan). The self-sufficient princess, however, chose to preserve her culture and religion rather than submit to her husband's. Initially, cunning nobles and court politics try to poison their relationship, but they end up falling in love and setting a great example at the time.
Sid Mehra (Ranbir Kapoor), although vibrant, is very lazy. His father, Ram Mehra (Anupam Kher), believes he is useless and makes fruitless attempts to integrate him into their prosperous family company. He meets KonkanaSen Sharma's driven Aisha Banerjee one evening as she arrives in Mumbai to pursue her profession. Sid is bored with the monotony of the workplace and is drawn to Aisha's independence and free spirit. As a result, he moves out of his house to live with her. Sid gradually grows up, finds a job he loves, and gains greater responsibility with Aisha's guidance. In the midst of the city's chaos, the two fall in love.
Meeta (Parineeti Chopra) is from a traditional Gujarati family that finds it hard to accept her free-spirited personality. The son of an IPS officer, Nikhil (Sidharth Malhotra), is about to wed Karishma (Adah Sharma). By chance, he meets Meeta, who is an exact match for him. Over seven days, Meeta and Nikhil develop a strong bond as the major aspects of their lives shift at the same time, ultimately leading to their eventual falling in love.
When Deepika Padukone's character Tara Maheshwari loses her passport in Corsica, France, a stranger named Ved—played by Ranbir Kapoor—helps her. Instead of telling her who he is, he presents her to her as his crazy, impulsive self. Completely enamored with this silly, charming person, Tara still misses him years later. And somehow she finds him one day. But Tara has a surprise in store. This time, however, she meets the "real" Ved, a routine, mediocre corporate slave who uses false flattery to keep his employer happy.
Aspiring actors Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) and Mia (Emma Stone) are as much in love with one another as they are with their work. But when they start to experience success, it starts to strain their bond.
Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor), a Korean-American high school student, writes secret letters to every boy she has fallen in love with—letters that are intended only for her eyes. But when the love letters are shipped covertly to their recipients—among them her current lover, Josh Sanderson (Israel Broussard)—her romantic life takes a complete turn for the worse, and she is left to deal with her feelings. In an attempt to make Josh envious, she starts a fictitious relationship with Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) as she experiences this chaos. But fate has other plans in store.
Marcus Kim (Randall Park) is a local musician, and Sasha Tran (Ali Wong) is now a well-known chef. Sasha goes back to her birthplace in San Francisco after being dumped by her restaurateur fiancé Brandon Choi (Daniel Dae Kim). After fifteen years, she rekindles their romance with Marcus here, and the sparks flare. They find it difficult to fit into one other's lives and environments, nevertheless.