8 Netflix Movies & Shows to Watch With Your Valentine

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Your Place or Mine (2023)

This romantic comedy film written and directed by Aline Brosh McKenna is the story of  Debbie and Peter who are best friends and lead very different lives. When they swap houses and schedules for a week, they discover that they could be more just friends to each other. 

Ok Jaanu (2017) 

This romantic drama directed by Shaad Ali is a remake of the Tamil film O Kadhal Kanmani (2015) directed by Mani Ratnam. The story follows Adi and Tara who decide on a temporary, no-strings-attached relationship but reconsider when their careers pull them apart.

Sillu Karuppatti (2019) 

This is a romantic anthology film written and directed by Halitha Shameem. It tells us the story of four different scenarios with people of different age groups and backgrounds. The  only true thing binding all these stories is love.

I Hate Luv Storys (2010) 

This film written and directed by Punit Malhotra is a typical enemies to lovers story of Jay and Simran who meet working on a film set. Jay hates everything about love and Simran is a hardcore romantic, the two navigate their changing and conflicting feelings for each other during the course of the film’s shoot. 

Ante Sundaraniki (2022) 

This is a romantic comedy film written and directed by Vivek Athreya. The story is of a man from an orthodox Hindu family, Sundar who falls in love with Leela, a Christian girl. The two of them lie to their families while finding a way to be together. 

The Half of It (2020)

This is a coming-of-age comedy-drama film written and directed by Alice Wu. The story is of Ellie, a shy student who helps the school jock woo a girl. Secretly, Ellie desires the girl too and they find themselves learning a lot about the nature of love.

It’s Okay To Not Be Okay (2020) 

This is a television series written by Jo Yong and directed by Park Shin-woo. The story is of a children’s book writer and a psych ward caretaker. It is a journey of vulnerability and acceptance for the two as they find comfort with each other. 

One Day (2024)

This is a British television series based on the 2009 novel with the same title, as well as inspired from the 2011 film adaptation. After spending the night of graduation together, Dexter and Emma’s story is shown across multiple years on the 15th of July of every year.