Happy Kiss Day: Most passionate Bollywood kisses of all time

February 13th is celebrated as ‘Happy Kiss Day’ all across the globe.

It is that time of the year when romance is in the air and love is in full spirits. Valentine’s Day is almost here and today is the second last day of the entire V-day celebration set. After having offered her a rose, pampered her with chocolates, hugs and teddys and making the most genuine and fulling promises, it is time you seal the deal with a kiss. A kiss is a silent yes, an unspoken approval and a union of two souls.

“The sunlight claps the earth, and the moonbeams kiss the sea: what are all these kissings worth, if thou kiss not me?” -Percy Bysshe Shelley

It’s the feeling one cannot describe, it the high one cannot get rid of, its the life that we long for and it is the moment that we want to capture and stop. While these sloppy little gifts give us goosebumps in real life, there are a few kisses that we have seen on screen that we cannot help raving about, the ones that left us spellbound.

Listed below are a list of on-screen kisses which made us go red in the cheeks and also made us go ‘awwww.’

Ranbir Kapoor Deepika Padukone in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

And who can ever forget this sequence? The audience literally rooted for this kiss to happen. It was after Naina (Deepika Padukone) mouthed those famous lines, saying, “Agar main yahan do minute bhi aur ruk gayi, toh mujhe tumse pyaar ho jaayega! Phir se.. Aur tumhe nahi hoga.. Phir se! The intense chemistry and the unspoken understanding was visible through that entire act and it was a feeling like no other.

Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in Dhoom 2

What happens when two of the most good-looking actors come together and share a passionate kiss? It is indeed feels at every level. The kiss was kept under-wraps till the time the movie broke out in the theatres. It took over the audience and everyone kept raving about it instantly. The kiss was aesthetically shot and it gave the audience all the jitters.

John Abraham and Bipasha Basu in Jism

Tagged as the 'hottest couple' of Bollywood, ex-couple, John Abraham and Bipasha set the silver screen ablaze with their fiery chemistry in Jism. It was this very movie that played cupid between the two of them. The love, the passion and longing for each other was clearly visible in each and every frame that they shared. The passionate kissing scenes between the two were the highlight of the movie and we still cannot get over them.

Aamir Khan and Karisma Kapoor in Raja Hindustani

This one was a major rage for it longevity and for its hot quotient. The sequence in no time became the talk of the town and was is still touted as one of the most passionate kiss in Hindi cinema. The rainy backdrop made it look all the more romantic.

Rishi Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia in Bobby

A teenage romance drama with all the romantic elements, was directed by none other than Raj Kapoor. The movie was way ahead of its time and created quite a stir back in those days. The sizzling chemistry between Rishi Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia was beyond evident and people still talk about their kiss till this day.

Devika Rani - Himanshu Rai in Karma

No list is complete without this mention. Devika Rani kissed her husband Himanshu Rai in Karma way back in 1933. It was the first kiss of Hindi cinema and it was a good 4 minutes long. This kiss needless to say created a heavy buzz but one could see the pure love oozing out.

Love is surely a crazy feeling and a kiss is the most sacred form of affection. Be it a forehead kiss, a kiss on the cheeks or the hands, every kiss has a specific meaning and all of them result in the best form of a pampering. One can never really get bored of a kiss and every touch gives out a new feel, so do not waste anymore time and go and bombard you special someone with loads of mushy, cheeky and passionate kisses.

Happy Kiss Day!

 

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Ash and hrithik one is the worst

this list makes no sense without mention of Deepika Ranveer in Ang Laga De or any of the Ram Leela ones. Though I loved Bunny and Naina, I wouldn't count that kiss here either.

I always thought the Ash-Hrithik was surprisingly awkward. Raja Hindustani is classic.

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