Friendship Day 2018 is here, and we all know what that means! Since the beginning of time, humanity has been building many relations, and out of those many relations, friendship stands apart and unique. The ways to celebrate the friendship day has never remained the same but doing it by hitting the clubs is not a fun and different thing. Now to help you with other quirky ways, we thought of a “stay-home” idea – Movies to watch this friendship day! Not that this one is a good idea for today but also a better and peaceful one at the same time. For introverts and all those people who don’t like socializing that much, staying inside with your buddies is always a great idea. Nevertheless, to quote the fact that the concept of friendship has been well woven into some of the great Bollywood movies. There are some films which could prove to be a great experience while watching with your gang. Moreover, that can also be a moment to express your love for them. Here are some of the Must watch favorite movies, you must see with your friends.
Movies to watch this Friendship Day
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
Penned by Zoya Akhtar, the film starred Rhitik Roshan, Farhan Akhtar and Abhay Deol in the crucial roles. The plot is spun around their working lives and how they want to go on a vacation and rediscover themselves. The one to shift them towards this understanding is Laila, played by Katrina Kaif.
Pyaar Ka Punchnaama 2
The movie speaks about friendship over love and portrays a story about three guys who, in a binge to sort their love lives, end up messing up the game and arriving at some realizations. Kartik Aryan’s famous speech is undoubtedly the soul of the movie. This is a must watch a movie for Friendship Day 2018.
Well, this one is quite a drama. It stars Deepika Padukone, Saif Ali Khan and Diana Penty in the lead roles. It discusses a trio of friends who end up in a love triangle and then choosing priorities.
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