Do you cry watching a movie?
These are some of the movies which made me cry while watching.
I often cry while watching movies. It is very obvious to get emotional while watching movies. It happens when I relate myself to a certain character or situation.
● The last movie I watched was Raazi, starring Alia Bhatt and the song Dilbaro made me cry.
Some other recent movie scenes that have made me cry are :
● Climax scene of Bajrangi Bhaijaan
● Secret Superstar when the younger brother was trying to help his sister by repairing her laptop.
● Raees when SRK died.
● Shaadi me zaroor aana when the guy got to know that the girl ran away from the marriage.
● Raanjhana when Dhanush died.
● Sanam teri kasam so many scenes.
Of course they do. Not all of them, but some. And for different reasons.
Marley & Me made me cry, because it's just sad. A happy sad, in the end, but still sad.
The Champ made me cry. All sadness there.
But I've also cried at the end of The Fellowship Of The Ring. With the fellowship going their separate ways, reflecting on the loss of innocence, and having to say goodbye to friends they know they'll never see again. A different sadness there.
Red Dog is another that made me cry, as it reminded me so much of the bond I had with my dog.
Even Return Of The Jedi once made me cry for a completely different reason. Watching the very end, with all the main characters standing together, it was the end of my childhood. Almost literally, as I was 14 when it came out.
So yeah, movies make me cry. Not all the time. And obviously not for all the same reasons, but they do.
Crying while watching a movie. Yeah, I do !
Yes, even bad ones - especially bad ones, in fact. And it's the music that does it, as much as anything else. All the heart-wrenching clichés the composer can muster as the orphan we believed drowned emerges from the wreckage clutching his bedraggled, but still wagging, puppy-dog - etcetera etcetera.
But they are purely what you might call "sentimental" tears - no feeling of distress, or even much in the way of emotion at all, persists once the strings have died down and the credits are rolling. The movies that have genuinely affected me more deeply haven't actually made me cry.
Yes and No.
Sound funny but weather to cry or not does not depends upon us , it's all about your emotions.
We cry when we get hurt , extremely happy , depressed , etc. What all is this ??
Isn't it a Emotion ?
Emotions make us cry , emotions control our feeling .
If someone asks me whats life , I'll answer "a box filled with emotions."
Now while watching movies if we get emotionally attached to the characters of scenes being played , we get emotional.
Everyone at least once might have cried during movies , definitely we cry while watching movies.