A Valentine’s Day date doesn’t have to mean going out. You can very well spend the day snuggling in with bae (or alone or with your pets!) and catch up on some streaming entertainment. Virtual movie dates using Watch Party on Prime Video also works as a great option for people in long distance relationships. Nonetheless, whether you’re in a relationship or single, you can spend Valentine’s Day in the most romantic way by indulging in these shows and movies currently streaming on Prime Video.
Love Storiyaan a six-part series on real-life love stories. Featuring couples from across the country, this Dharmatic production conceptualized by Somen Mishra showcases stories of love, hope, happiness, and triumph over adversities. Inspired by true stories featured on India Love Project (a social media community founded by former journalists Priya Ramani, Samar Halarnkar, and Niloufer Venkatraman), it will premiere on Prime Video on 14 February.
2Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani
Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt fans—if you loved their chemistry in Gully Boy then you’re in for a treat. Watch this epic love story that faces the test of time and traditions in a new era. This quintessential Bollywood masala from Karan Johar will leave you with plenty of laughs and questions about love, family, and breaking free of traditions.
3Mast Mein Rehne Ka
If you believe in second chances in love and life, then this endearing movie is a must-watch. Starring Jackie Shroff and Neena Gupta, Mast Mein Rehne Ka is a heartwarming story of two generations confronting adversities and realising that life is to be cherished and lived to the fullest.
Rainbow Rishta is India's first unscripted docuseries on queer lives and loves. This six-episode show breaks stereotypes surrounding LGBTQIA+ couples and offers you a peek into their hopes, dreams, disappointments, and aspirations. Keep those tissues handy!
If you love watching anthologies on love, friendship, and marriage, then look no further than Modern Love. Having begun as an English-language series inspired by a real-life personal essay from the beloved New York Times column, Modern Love has expanded its universe to include 3 Indian editions of the show Modern Love Mumbai, Modern Love Chennai, and Modern Love Hyderabad.
6Made in Heaven Season 1 & 2
Made in Heaven is a sophisticated drama exploring the themes of love, loss, and identity starring Sobhita Dhulipala and Arjun Mathur. From big fat Indian weddings and secret affairs to everything that goes on behind closed doors in high profile weddings, Made in Heaven has it all. This critically acclaimed Amazon Original series also saw Mathur bag the 2020 International Emmys nomination for his role as Karan Mehra.
This new-age version of the small-town guy meets big-city girl story is for music aficionados. Bandish Bandits is a refreshing take on music and young love. Dabbling in different genres of music, the series follows the evolving love story of Radhe (Ritwik Bhowmik) a singing prodigy from a classical background, and Tamanna (Shreya Chaudhry), a rising pop sensation.
8Satyaprem Ki Katha
Are you dealing with unrequited love? Are you going through a break-up? Then you’ll find yourself relating with Kartik Aaryan and Kiara Advani in Satyaprem Ki Katha. The movie follows a middle-class boy from Ahmedabad, and his one-sided love with Katha, who is coping with a breakup. Through the journey, they discover each other’s lives and accomplish what was left halfway.
9Red, White, and Royal Blue
Love knows no boundaries. Or borders. Based on the New York Times bestseller, Red, White, and Royal Blue centres around the rollercoaster ride that Alex (Taylor Zakhar Perez), the U.S. president’s son, and Britain’s Prince Henry (Nicholas Galitzine) go through as a result of a long-running feud. When the feud between them threatens to drive a wedge in U.S.-British relations, the two are forced into a staged truce that sparks something deeper.
10The Summer I Turned Pretty
Love triangles are some of the best stories to indulge in on Valentine’s Day. The Summer I Turned Pretty is based on a book by Jenny Han, and follows a love triangle between one girl and two brothers played by Lola Tung, Christopher Briney, and Gavin Casalegno. Be prepared to be reminded of your first love or fall in love for the first time through this series as it celebrates young love, heartbreak, and the magic of that one perfect summer.
One of the most successful romantic films of recent times, Sita Ramam is an epic love story. Weaving through the present time and flashbacks, Sita Ramam follows the journey of Afreen (Rashmika Mandanna), a rebellious student who is assigned the task of delivering a letter written by an orphan soldier Ram (Dulquer Salmaan) to Sita (Mrunal Thakur). As Afreen sets out to find Ram, she gradually unveils the timeless love story of Sita and Ram.
12Sapta Saagaradaache Ello – Side A & Side B
Do you like sequels? Then catch this two-part movie on Valentine’s Day that will take you on an emotional journey of love and destiny. Sapta Sagaradaache Ello - Side A follows the story of Manu (Rakshit Shetty) and Priya (Rukmini Vasanth) who hail from a middle-class background and fall in love but circumstances put their relationship in jeopardy when Manu is imprisoned. Set 10 years from the events of Side A, Sapta Sagaradaache Ello - Side B continues Manu’s pursuit of love as a free man in a world that’s been taken prisoner by the pandemic.
If you’re looking for something lighthearted, then you should watch this series on Prime Video. Jee Karda revolves around seven childhood friends who discover that life at 30 is definitely not what they imagined growing up. Led by Tamannah Bhatia, Jee Karda offers a peek into the reality of romance and adulting through these seven friends who live, love, laugh, make mistakes, get their hearts broken, and grow up a little. Through it all, you discover that the best relationships are imperfect and life is a luminous shade of grey.