Mounika also hails from Armoor and her uncle Narasimham is an influential man in their town. He quotes a far lower price for Revanth's land and Revanth refuses to sell. That night, Mounika confronts Narasimham and demands the share of her money from their property. Narasimham refuses by intimidating Mounika, and she faints. Later, she angrily leaves the town and Revanth follows. She offers her jewellery to Revanth for their business expansion. Revanth mortgages his land and opens a bigger Zumba centre. They overcome their differences and fall in love. Mounika proposes Revanth and he accepts. As she is afraid of her abusive uncle, they plan to elope. Revanth's brother, a police sub-inspector helps them and they devise a plan to frame that Mounika has committed suicide so that no one doubts her whereabouts. They decide to execute their plan after six months and make the necessary arrangements. Revanth goes to Dubai in the meantime and they decide to get married at a registrar's office once he returns.
Love Story received mixed reviews from critics who praised the performances while the lengthy runtime received criticism. Neeshita Nyayapati of The Times of India called the film Kammula's \"ode to love.\" She said that Chaitanya has delivered one of his career's best performances and Pallavi was \"dream to watch\" while also praising the supporting cast of Kanakala, Easwari Rao and Uttej. However, Nayapati felt that the ending was a little rushed. Hindustan Times's Haricharan Pudipeddi stated: \"In spite of the hurried climax and the predictable ending, the film works to a large extent because of its sensible treatment and earnest performances of Naga Chaitanya and Sai Pallavi, who complement each other so well.\"
The Hindu critic Sangeetha Devi Dundoo appreciated the performances of Chaitanya and Pallavi, and Kammula's taking, writing, \"Love Story could have been yet another Sairaat, but Sekhar expertly steers it in a different direction in the last act. Romance is one of the most commonly explored genres in commercial cinema and after a point, one tends to view it with cynicism. But this one kept me invested; I watched with bated breath, hoping that Revanth and Mounika cross the hurdles in their path. Gabbetta Ranjith Kumar of The Indian Express called the film Kammula's best yet. \"With its foot-tapping music, captivating dance moves and engaging script, it gives you bang for your buck and then delivers a social commentary that you take home with you,\" he wrote. In another positive review, a critic from Deccan Chronicle appreciated the direction and performance, writing, \"Love Story movie illustrates the prevalent caste discrimination amid a love story, and director Sekhar Kammula gets it right for most part, balancing the two aspects of the film.\"
Balakrishna Ganeshan of The News Minute called Pawan Ch's music as one of the film's biggest strengths. He appreciated Kumar's cinematography but criticized the poorly done CGI to show the iconic Purana pul bridge. Ganesan also compared Love Story with Uppena which was released earlier that year, saying that both the protagonists were Dalit Christian but were deprived of a happy ending. Murali Krishna Ch of Cinema Express said that despite a promising start, the film lost its steam as it progressed due to uninspired writing. He opined that Kammula has changed the usual style of filmmaking but the premise of the film itself is an old trope in Telugu cinema. Vijaya Mruthyunjaya from Deccan Herald opined that the film lacked \"heart\" with unnecessary backstories and needless subplots, adding that Love Story paled out in comparison to other Telugu films of the same genre like K. Balachander's love tragedy Maro Charitra (1978). Reviewing the film for Business Standard, J Jagannath criticized Kammula's direction saying that he treated the sensitive climax portions in an \"almost flippant manner by leaving the audience high and dry with a hurried ending.\"
Emily: Being gay is your thing. There are parts of it you have to go through alone. I hate that. As soon as you came out, you said, \"Mom, I'm still me.\" I need you to hear this: You are still you, Simon. You are still the same son who I love to tease and who your father depends on for just about everything. And you're the same brother who always complements his sister on her food, even when it sucks. You get to exhale now, Simon. You get to be more you than you have been in... in a very long time. You deserve everything you want.
In addition, we have suggested that any drug-based treatment of love or love-related phenomena should be undertaken only under the guidance of a trained professional, and only once the safety and efficacy of such treatment had been established via rigorous clinical testing (Wudarczyk, Earp, Guastella, and Savulescu 2013). Moreover, we have argued that such technologies should not be used on minors, i.e., before an age of consent (see Earp, Sandberg, and Savulescu 2014).
Chrissy Teigen, you lucky, lucky girl. If you need to know what love is, look no further than this romantic song by her brilliant singer-songwriter husband, John Legend. There's a reason why it's so popular at weddings.
Bruce Springsteen is known for a lot of things, but writing cheesy love songs isn't one of them. Fortunately, the rock icon released this slow, guitar-led tune in 1984, and the world ate it up.
If anyone knows how to sing a love song, it's Thomas Rhett. (See: \"Star Of The Show\" and \"When You Look Like That,\" for proof.) But Rhett's pièces de résistance? This adorable hit from 2015. Just try not to smile while listening to this one, we dare you!
\"If you just realize what I just realized then we'd be perfect for each other and we'd never find another,\" sings Colbie Caillat in this 2007 hit and what feels like an interpretive reading of my middle school diary. (Oh, to be young and in love.)
Sure, Michelle Branch may have been the poster child for teenage angst back in the early '00s, but the girl could also write a catchy hit about love, particularly the can't-eat-can't-sleep kind. (You know, in true early-aughts songwriting fashion.)
Ever been so in love you never want to leave your partner's side? Aerosmith can relate, with lyrics like \"Don't want to close my eyes/I don't want to fall asleep/'Cause I'd miss you, babe, and I don't want to miss a thing.\"
Percy Sledge was the first to sing this iconic love song in the '60s, later re-recorded in the '80s and '90s by the likes of Bette Midler and Michael Bolton, respectively. The song tells of the extreme lengths a man will go for the woman he loves. (As he should.)
Warning: If you've never heard this song by Peter Gabriel before, it'll likely bring you to tears. Between the artist's raw vocals and lyrics like, \"I love it when you sing to me, and you can sing me anything,\" you're bound to feel things. (Just don't text your ex!)
It's impossible not to fall in love with Vanessa Carlton's breakout hit, \"A Thousand Miles,\" after just one listen. The song is beyond charming, just the like singer, songwriter, and musician herself.
This contemporary love song from Beyoncé wasn't the singer's first romantic rodeo. (See: \"Love On Top\" or \"Smash Into You\" for reference.) But this song feels somehow different from the artist's love songs of years past. Perhaps it's the singer's raw vocals and stylistically unfiltered approach that make this hit feel special. Regardless, it's an honest romantic delivery from the singer that can't be overlooked.
The Dave Matthews Band have been a fixture in the music industry for years, and that's because they know a thing or two about writing an instant-hit. \"Crush\" is no exception, and it being an unabashed love song helped expand people's idea of what the band could do.
Haricharan Sheshadri, popularly known as Haricharan in the industry & by his fans, is an Indian playback singer, Carnatic vocalist, and musician who predominantly works in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi, Kannada, and English. Haricharan was born on 20th March 1987 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India into a musical family. His grandfather, P.S. Ganapathy, was the organizer of “Aalapanaa”, a mic-less Carnatic concert in the 60s. Haricharan’s grandmother, Smt. Alamelu Ganapathy is a national awardee in Mathematics, and she has been in academia for more than 35 years. His father, G. Sheshadri, is an artist through All India Radio, and also a bank employee. His mother, Latha, is a librarian in P.S. Senior Secondary School. He started learning Carnatic music at the age of 7 from Smt. Sethu Mahadevan. Later, he learned music from stalwarts like K.V. Narayanaswamy, T.M. Prabhavathi, and P.S. Narayanaswamy. When he was 17, Haricharan recorded his first Tamil song for the film Kaadhal in Joshua Sridhar’s music. He even went on to record three songs in his debut movie. Haricharan’s song Unakkena Iruppen was nominated for the National Film Awards in the year 2005. This song became widely popular back then and also gave a kick-start to his singing career. Post that, he has recorded many hit numbers for various music directors across the South. Haricharan became more popular after the release of his song Thuli Thuli. For his uber talent, Haricharan has bagged several accolades as well. Some of the most popular Haricharan Telugu songs are Ay Pilla, Ninnu Chudakunda Undalekapothunnanu, Dheemthana Dheemthana, Ye Chota Nuvvuna, Ay Pilla - Bit, Manasunipatti