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To All The Relationships You’ve Loved – and will always!

by Team Expresso
Masaba Masaba

Valentine’s Day is around the corner and regardless of your dating status, reliving some of the most heartfelt on-screen moments from the comfort of your couch sounds like the perfect way to spend the big day. Binge-watch these iconic titles on Netflix to see the saying “in sickness and in health” in a whole new light.

Little Things – Partner

Catch the young unmarried couple as they navigate through the complicated world of relationships, careers, and their respective aspirations together. Little things showcase the journey of Kavya and Dhruv as the ideal modern-day couple who take on the rollercoaster that is life.

Never Have I Ever – Best Friends

In the midst of the struggles of an Indian girl trying to navigate through a different culture, this series portrays a heartwarming friendship of the trio – Devi, Fabiola, and Eleanor – as they grow together to always having each others’ back, lending each others’ shoulders to cry on, respecting each others’ choices, and even helping each other overcome their shortcomings. Relive your high school moments with these three as they redefine friendship and sisterhood, and give you major BFF goals to compete with.

Tall Girl – Siblings

Jodi, the tallest girl in her high school, has always felt uncomfortable in her own skin especially when her own sister is the pageant queen. But after years of daily-pep talks and life lessons from her big sister, Jodi finally decides to use her sister’s wisdom and find the confidence to accept herself. In an adventure that explores every shade of teenage angst, Tall Girl demonstrates the importance of relationships in life to move past body-image issues.

Serious Men – Father-Son

Furious at his situation in life, this satirical comedy-drama film journeys through the life of Ayyan who develops an outrageous story that his 10-year-old son is a mathematical genius – a lie which later gets out of control. Catch Nawazuddin Siddiqui in Serious Men with a not so serious storyline mixed with a blend of an endearing father-son relationship.

Like Father – Father-Daughter

Experience the wholesome father-daughter relationship through this movie that unfolds when a workaholic young executive is left at the altar and ends up on her Caribbean honeymoon cruise with her estranged and equally workaholic father. The two depart as strangers, but over the course of a few hilarious adventures, a couple of umbrella-clad cocktails and a whole lot of soul-searching, they return with a renewed appreciation for family and life.

Otherhood – Mother-Son

Three long-time friends/mothers decide to drive to New York to reconnect with their adult sons, and in the process, realize that their sons are not the only ones whose lives need to change. Explore the beautiful relationship between mothers and sons through a rollercoaster journey of redefining relationships in a soulful, hilarious and honest expedition.

Masaba Masaba – Mother-Daughter

This scripted series based on real-life moments from Masaba Gupta’s life and enacted by the mother-daughter duo, Masaba, and Neena Gupta themselves, is an ideal watch that unravels the relationship between the two through sweet and sour moments of love, care, comfort, humor, anger, success, and failure.

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