For all those To-Be Brides, We Bring You The Top-10 Movies To Watch Before You Tie The Knot.
27 dresses Because this is the ultimate new age fairy-tale, stating that all your dreams will eventually come true. The story of a bride's maid, losing the prince charming and finding your sarcastic soul mate.
Sweet Home Alabama A movie that teaches you so much about love and cherishing your roots, you will always belong home no matter where you go. Watch this movie for the brilliant script and funny one liners.
Mamma Mia Based on the classic Broadway show, this movie is set in Greece and has Meryl Streep as an eccentric doting mother, paired with a gorgeous wedding and beautiful music.
The Proposal A business proposal that turns into a marriage proposal, this movie gives you god vibes right from the first scene and keeps you hooked on with the unlikely couple, Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds.
My Best Friend's Wedding Julia Roberts realises that her best friend is marrying the perfect girl, but she is in love with him and the mayhem that ensues forms a heart-warming movie that'll make you cherish your friends and partner alike.
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara A bachelor trip that reunites friends and helps them resolve issues, this movie is about growing up, road trips and madness.
Bride Wars Every bride has her crazy moments, this movie normalises the concept of freaking out and becoming a bridezilla when your best friend's wedding happens to be on the same day as yours. It ll teach you to treasure your friends and your sanity.
Queen This movie needs no introduction, a stranded bride who decides to go on her honeymoon by herself, because why not? Rani is an inspiring character who ll leave you charged up to take on anything that comes your way.
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani This movie has a lesson hidden for everybody, sometimes you meet people who only leave behind memories, your best friend may be a completely opposite person, and your first love might not be fulfilled. But you'll always have a happily ever after.
The Vow Because the commitment a marriage requires has never been more beautifully portrayed than in this movie. I would suggest watching this with your better half, so you have a shoulder to cry on.