Feeling stressed, anxious or depressed is absolutely normal. We all have days when we just don’t feel like doing anything. All we want to do is just snuggle up in our bed, all warm and cozy and just watch our favorite films or TV shows. Here we’ve curated 6 feel-good movies that you can watch when you feel anxious.
6 feel good movies to watch when you feel anxious.
To all the boys I’ve loved before
To all the boys I’ve loved before – Starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, ‘To all the boys I’ve loved before’ trilogy is a goofy teenage rom-com movie. Lara Jean (Lana Condor) starts fake dating Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) to make his ex-girlfriend jealous. Over the 3 parts, their relationship goes through ups and downs. If you’re someone who likes to watch rom-com, this is the one to look for.
The Kissing Booth
The Kissing Booth – Another feel-good rom-com trilogy to look for is ‘The Kissing Booth’ starring Joey King, Joel Courtney, and Jacob Elordi in lead roles. The film showcases Elle (Joey King) trying to manage her friendship with Lee Flynn (Joel Courtney) and her love life dating her best friend’s brother Noah Flynn (Jacob Elordi).
Dinner for Schmucks
Dinner for Schmucks – Well, Steve Carell and Paul Rudd are enough reasons to watch the movie, this is one of Steve Carell’s last wacky comedies. Tim (Rudd), who is interested in getting into the inner circle of his boss, finds Barry (Carell) and invites him to dinner. The movie focuses in a comical way on what happens at the dinner party.
Dear Zindagi – Dear Zindagi, is a perfect feel-good movie that is therapeutic. Kiara, played by Alia Bhatt, goes through anxiety in her personal and professional life. She visits Goa, her parent’s house, and runs into Dr. Jahangir Khan played by Shahrukh Khan. She starts taking therapy sessions and tries to decode her life problems.
3 idiots – All gets well when you watch this film. Seeing Raju (Sharman Joshi), Farhan (R. Madhvan), and Rancho (Amir Khan) go through the struggles of engineering college and hostel life, one gets all nostalgic. Not just fun but the movie sheds light on the flawed education system, how parents forced their decisions on their kids, etc.
Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na
Jane Tu Ya Jaane Na – The film runs in flashbacks but is very different from the clichéd Bollywood romance. Jai (Imran Khan) is a soft-spoken adorable guy and Aditi (Genelia D’Souza) hot-headed girl. Both are convinced that they are not soulmates. They try to find partners for each other only to realize that they were meant to be together. This feel-good movie has given us some great tracks to dance on as well as feel the pain of not being with our loved ones.