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Lessons from Bollywood: What NOT to do on Valentine's Day

By Sukanya Verma
Last updated on: February 13, 2018 09:58 IST
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10 dating boo boos to avoid on V-Day.

It's that time of the year again when romance fills the air and lovers everywhere come together to celebrate Valentine's Day!

But in Hindi movies, every day is as good as February 14 and no one needs a real excuse to burst into a song or ask their sweetheart out.

Planning to do the same?

Sukanya Verma's 10 dating boo boos to avoid on V-Day.


But she's my best friend, yaar

Kuch Kuch Hota hai


Pyaar dosti hai humbug aside, Valentine's Day and Friendship Day do not go hand in hand. Tell the BFF to sit this one out.



Taste my love

Harry Met Sejal


Just because the way to somebody's heart is through his or her stomach doesn't mean you pick V-Day for your culinary experiment.



Selfie le le re

Alia Varun


Don't waste your precious date taking selfies all day. Remember I for Intimate, not Instagram.



Death by bak bak

Shahid Kareena


Just because you've seen Padmaavat and feel strongly about the ending, don't bore your partner with your rant and ruin a perfectly sweet moment.



Guns? No! Roses!

Guns n Roses


Don't mix girls and guns. It's neither safe nor sexy.



Prince Charming not Champak

Prince Charming


Remember, you're not 12 anymore. Impress her with style, not silly tricks.



Hic Hic Hurray!

Preity Zinta


Drink only as much as you can handle. Don't overdo it and make a fool of yourself.

Love is the only high you need.



Tohfa! Tohfa! Tohfa!

Ranbir Kapoor


Dare not show up empty-handed. All those jewellery ads in the newspapers will have her hopes up on an all-time high.



Dress nice. Dress, period.

Ranveer Singh


Don't get too adventurous in the wardrobe department. Today is NOT the day.



You've got my complete attention!

Shahrukh Kajol


Let them feel super special. It's rude to neglect your date to fawn over someone else.

Yep, not even Ryan Gosling.

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