Why "they lived happily ever after" is often possible only in moviesA vast majority of our movies in most languages are absolute trash. Very rarely, we get to see some lovely movies like "3 idiots" (Hindi), that had a very good message. It had a superb take on what was wrong with the education system, as it were.
There are too many movies where the schoolboy and his classmate are shown as loving each other, and after defying all the resistance from parents elope and get married. Some movies convey the horrible message that with the help of friends, they lead superbly happy lives.
This is far removed from actual realities. Let not our filmmakers attempt anything remotely connected with love stories, involving school children. In fact, most children take matters to the real extreme. A couple of years ago, one was shocked to find a seventh standard girl in Coimbatore city, boozing on the road and creating a big scene, because of "love failure".
Most of such horrible experiences are a direct take off from some stupid Tamil movie or the other. In fact, we even need some control over such stories, that seem to be keen to only inflame passions and create disturbances in the society.
Life is tough for even postgraduates or doctorate degree holders. School children ought to only study and not divert their energy on matters related to romance. We should put an end to this nonsense.