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Cheeni Kum
In the last 10 years, a lot of unusual love stories have fired up the big screen. This Valentine's Day, here's remembering some unconventional relationships on screen...Hindi movie audiences have seen the salt-and-pepper generation getting infatuated with a young girl in 'Shaukeen', but R. Balakrishnan took the concept forward with his directorial debut 'Cheeni Kum' by building a fruitful romance between a 60-plus chef and a 35-year-old computer expert. Amitabh Bachchan and Tabu's flawless performances and crackling chemistry made it a good watch. It was a bold attempt, but it couldn't stump the box office.

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Love *** Aur Dhoka
What love - for the soul, for the body or for money - means for the young generation is shown in this film. Violence, foul language, *** scenes, 'Love *** Aur Dhokha' is as explicit as it gets here.
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Main, Meri Patni Aur Woh
It was a simple story about simple people. Directed by Chandan Arora, the medium- budget movie revolved around a short middle-class small town simpleton, played by Rajpal Yadav, whose marriage proposal is accepted by a glamorous and highly educated woman, Rituparna Sengupta, and how his insecurities surfaces as soon as he marries her. It's narrated so deftly that you are hooked to it from the first to the last scene.
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Dev D
Anurag Kashyap's reinvented take on Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay's novel 'Devdas' in 'Dev D' saw protagonist Dev (Abhay Deol) being presented as arrogant and impulsive. The two women in his life are a departure from the women in previous movies. Paro (Mahie Gill) is so bindaas that she uses foul language and even breaks into a gig on her wedding, while Chandramukhi (Kalki Koechlin), a girl from a well-to-do family, gets into prostitution after getting involved in an MMS scandal. In short, it was a raunchy romance full of steamy scenes and ***ual innuendos.
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Salaam Namaste
Yash Raj Films, known for creating larger than life love stories, broke the tradition with a live-in relationship story in 'Salaam Namaste'. In the film, Melbourne-based Indians, played by Preity Zitna and Saif Ali Khan, decide to have a no-strings-attached relationship. The audiences welcomed director Siddharth Anand's concept and thronged the hall.
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