How can we motivate our youngsters to say "Engiruthaalum Vaazhga" (be very happy, wherever you are)?The Hindi, Tamil and Telugu films, though not necessarily in the same order, show the young hero chasing at least one beautiful girl, singing songs as if they were the two happiest souls in the world.
Thousands of men and women, are influenced by such love. There have been a huge number of suicides too, when parents have objected to such marriages. Some castes, simply finish off the boy, more so, in Tamil Nadu.
Yet, love affairs grow at such a huge pace. Love failures too happen far too often. The girl or the boy, when they learn that they will not get the other person for life, have gone to extreme lengths. Many girls have been murdered.
In many cases, some counseling by elders and professionals could have turned the tide, and the lives could have been saved.
The title of this thread is taken from a lovely song from the years gone by, from a particular Tamil movie. The hero knows he will not get his girl, and sings a lovely song starting with the title. He simply wishes the girl, all the very best in marriage and bliss, thereafter.
How many young men (mostly men) and some women, who fail in love, and take extreme steps, can we reform? How do we go about it, and can this be done at all?
Members may please quote real world instances of success stories. Let us make a new start in this direction.