Nikal Pado Re
Jal naa jaaye jal
Bahut Yaad Aate Ho Tum
Chanda Pe Dance
Ghar Yaad Aata Hai Mujhe
O Ri Chiraiya
The simple act of falling in love opens up a world of emotions and reactions which sometimes culminate in crime – the death of the couple. Even if they escape death, lovers who go against religious and community barriers still have to face harassment and censure from society and, due to this pressure, rejection from their families. But the law is clear, that consenting adults are free to marry. And there is an organization which protects couples, helps them fight harassment and gives them shelter so they can marry freely.
Can killing of couples and individuals in the name of honour be justified?
Love may be the most used word in any language. Love is said to make the world go round, move mountains and cause glacial deities to melt. It is a powerful emotion that does indeed form the foundation of human life and activity. How tragic then, that such a positive force should face virulent opposition from society, even from close family, and that this tussle should lead to rifts, torture and death.