Best Relationship Series/Movies

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What are some of the best (from recent years) series or movies showing realistic progression of a relationship between young adults? 

Preferably couples in college or after

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hamster or natkhat America.  These are the best place to go for everything you need. 😅😅 


Joke aside - you can go with romcom anime like sing me yesterday or after rejection i shove my head. Hollywood and bollywood are filled with vulgarity, their movies or series are incomplete without adding natkhat america scenes. I've already stopped watching them. 

Post Mogul Post Mogul
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Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee- zee5
 hridayam - hotstar
 Ante Sundaraniki - netflix
 Tholi Prema - Youtube/ hotstar
The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight - Netflix
Crazy Rich Asians - Netflix
  Hindi dubbed available for all movies

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Thanks. Hridayam is one I really loved
Generous Generous
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Permenant Roommates 

Benevolent Benevolent
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like @Ash-D and Elfie?
Wingman Wingman
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Very paravarik in youtube..

The PostMighty The PostMighty
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If you are looking for learning something, none of these are even going to remotely be of any help because each human is a like a random number generator. What's amazing to one person is ugly to another. In other words, they are no substitute for actual experience.

There is a very under-appreciated movie called Yeh Kahaan Kho Gaye Hum on Netflix starring Ananya Pandey, Adarsh Gaurav and Siddhant Chaturvedi. You would immediately tend to dismiss it as a movie with starkids / nepotism because of Ananya but that girl hits its out of the park in this one. The director / writer wrote her role perfectly and same goes for the entire storyline. I thoroughly enjoyed the movie as a modern take on relationships in a metro city.

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Nah, nothing to learn

I just love to watch a little realistic, normal life stories instead of dramatised ones

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