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5 Films That Depict Trails Of Married Life To Watch Before The Release Of 14 Phere

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Release Of 14 Phere: There was a time during the 1990s and early 2000s when Bollywood idealised weddings. Most filmmakers painted a glowing picture of married life. However, with movies like 14 Phere, Bollywood has started questioning a few basic flaws in age-old traditions involved in marriage. 

Ahead of the release of 14 Phere, starring Vikrant Massey and Kriti Kharbanda here are five movies you must watch that exhibit marriage in its true sense. 

Dum Laga Ke Haisha

A newlywed couple tries to acclimate to their new life while juggling their personal lives. The film, which stars Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar, demonstrates that marriage is not all about charming dates and long, passionate walks. The movie shows how partners face a tough time figuring out the intricacies of the age-old institution. 

Vicky Donor

Vicky Donor, starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Yami Gautam, is a film about a sperm donor who hides his career from his family, including his girlfriend turned wife. When Gautam’s character finds out, it causes a schism in the couple as they try to deal with each other’s emotions and personal lives. The film illustrates the need for patience and acceptance in a healthy relationship through their journey.

Shaadi Ke Side Effects 

The name says it all, the movie depicts the lesser talked about aspects of Indian marriages. Farhan Akhtar and Vidya Balan wonderfully essay the characters of a newly married couple. The movie deals with the complexities and intricacies of figuring out life with your hitched partner while showing the few hard to accept truths behind marriages that no one wants to talk about. 

Shubh Mangal Saavdhan

The movie not only addresses taboo topics like erectile dysfunction but also shows how a marriage can drastically fall out from lack of communication coupled with a lack of understanding. The movie keeps the viewers engaged from start to end with humorous plotlines and convincing characters, 

Tumhari Sulu 

 An Indian marriage is a multifaceted roller coaster, and that is brilliantly depicted in Vidya Balan starrer Tumhari Sulu. Sulu (Vidya Balan), a middle-class housewife, gets a job as a radio jockey at a prominent radio station. Trouble arises in her paradise as she struggles to acclimate to her new profession. While her husband Ashok (Manav Kaul) first supports her, he soon accuses her of neglecting her home duties. The movie chronicles the journey of a housewife who finds her passion and stands up for what she wants despite society’s lack of understanding.