5 Telugu Romantic Dramas Exploring The ‘Opposites Attract' Theory

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Pelli Choopulu (2016)

Pelli Choopulu charts a lovely story about how these two contrasting individuals help each other out, recognise their true selves and eventually fall in love.

Orange (2010)

 Orange deconstructs the idea of love through two different perspectives. Ram (Ram Charan) doesn’t believe in ever-lasting love whereas Jaanu, the manic pixie girl, grows up dreaming of finding true love.

Ye Maaya Chesave (2010)

Imagine you love a person. Not only does the person hail from a completely different cultural background, but is also averse to your dream job. Is finding compatibility and love even possible amidst such differences?

Bommarillu (2006)

On one hand, we have Siddhu (Siddharth), who is raised by an over-protective father in a privileged household, and on the other, there’s the free-spirited Haasini who is always bursting with energy and is certainly not a person to follow the rule book. 

Kushi (2023)

Viplav(Vijay Devarakonda) is an atheist but Aaradhya(Samantha Ruth Prabhu) is spiritual, and both of them, after enduring some severe turbulence in their marriage life, realise that understanding and empathy is the key to finding compatibility.

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