Bollywood movies aren’t complete without a melodramatic or sad climax, as well as a twist that no one saw coming. Not every movie has a happy ending; some films challenge the viewer’s perception of what a happy ending might look like. We’ll cry with a smile, and these movie endings tend to stick with us and make us think deeply about what “love” is and how its meaning has evolved over time.
From shooting each other fearlessly in the eye to consuming poison to die in each other’s arms, these Bollywood films define the true meaning of love and sacrifice, for unite in a different world.
The film depicts the political rivalry between the Chauhan and Quereshi families. Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra, who were supposed to be enemies, fall in love and try to run away. After many efforts to flee, Parma (Arjun Kapoor) and Zoya (Parineeti Chopra) understand that they can never escape their city or their destiny, and therefore decide to end their lives in order to escape forever. .
‘Goliyoon Ki Rasleela Ramleela’
This film by Sanjay Leela Bhansali shows two enemy clans, the Rajadi and the Sanera, who have been in conflict for 500 years. Despite all the hardships stacked against them, Ranveer Singh (Ram) and Deepika Padukone (Leela) fall in love. To escape the suffering, Ram and Leela run away and get married, but there is a twist and the two are forcibly separated. After many twists and turns, with the village on the brink of war, Ram and Leela decide to take matters into their own hands and kill each other. Later, the two clans are shown to join forces to bury the bodies of the lovers.
This film by Anurag Basu tells a love story in a unique way. Barbara Mori and Hrithik Roshan’s love story is unusual and demonstrates that their love is stronger than any force that tries to pull them apart. Finally in the end, they are forced to surrender to fate, and they are reunited under the sea, where they embrace through death.
“Mirzya”, directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, is an epic love story set in ancient times that takes place in two worlds, both with tragic endings. Harshvardhan Kapoor and Saiyami Kher, the lovers, are destined to meet again and die in each other’s arms.
This film depicts the life of a woman who falls in love with a gangster who wants to reform and change, but life is unfair, and the plot turns against these lovers. Kangana Ranaut (Simran) and Shiney Ahuja (Daya) are part of this tragic ending story where Simran jumps off a roof and Daya is hanged. The two are later shown to be reunited as they kiss in Heaven.