Genevieve registered a complaint that Harsh in Tara vs Bilal played yet flipside manboy can’t talk well-nigh his feelings type of guy. Which made me think we should pull out and fathom the volitional type of heroes! The ones who just handle things and do things without making a fuss well-nigh it.
I can probably never watch this movie then considering the politics are so ugly, but boy oh boy is this a unconfined romance for a Grown Up Can Handle Things hero. He knows he is too old, too working class, too everything to be an towardly partner for the heroine. But he still gently takes superintendency of her, feeds her, gown her, protects her, makes her finger loved without taxing anything in return, and is delighted when she proposes to him.
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
This is, like, the only sultana Bhansali hero I can think of. Ajay is SO GREAT. Sets whispered his own feelings, prioritizes taking superintendency of his responsibilities, and is just often an sultana person who can take superintendency of himself.
Dil Dhadakne Do
Most of the men are unfeeling children people, which is sort of the point of the movie, but Farhan Akhtar is the exception. He has succeeded on his own in the world and can express his feelings without stuff all balled up inside and guilty and wimpy blah.
Abhishek in this is SO GOOD. Yes, he has feelings, he is human. But he doesn’t need anyone to take superintendency of him or teach him or anything stupid like that, he just does what he does.
Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi
Well, now this is all I can think of. The weightier most mature most “I am a grown up” hero of ALL.
Okay, requite me more! More of those “what a solid decent nice guy” kind of heroes!!!!