The children of this country have to deal with too many moral science lessons. But every once in a while, comes a lesson for the parents. This time, it’s in the form of Zoya Akhtar’s Dil Dhadakne Do.
Here are 12 things we loved about Dil Dhadakne Do.
Imperfect mummy daddies
We’re all human, and thus flawed. Even as parents who think they know best.
Where you can drink under the stars, and wake up in a new country for breakfast.
Ma da laadlas
Some men love women, especially their mothers. Actually, only their mothers.
Fighting for your dreams
Anushka Sharma, as Farah Ali, runs away from home to pursue her passion for dance.
Dogs are watching us
Of course, they think we’re stupid (they’ve also figured out life: eat, drool, and generally be cuddly).
Girls like to swing!
Especially in really fancy nightclubs. Especially in Flapper fashion.
Growing old doesn’t mean growing up
It’s always fun to pull a prank, especially when you’re hardly a suspect.
Better late than never
When Kabir Mehra decides it’s about time to let his dreams take flight.
I am woman, hear me roar!
She is the strong lady boss, the caring sister, the thoughtful daughter, and the glamorous diva.
Self respect is everything
It takes a pretty Sunny person to pay back for a Yale education, financed by someone who sent them there because of insecurity.
It might be a little more dramatic than you bargained for, but family can pretty much help you do anything.
As a largely conservative culture, we put down our collective popcorn and actually chatted about dysfunctional families.
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