5 Types Of Couples All Of Us Have Known In Our Lives Inspired By Our Popular TV Pairs

We look at our favourite on-screen couples and they leave us thinking about the couples that we have known in our lives. How many do you know?

The naive romantics

Dharani and Aditya in Akka Chellellu
Dharani and Aditya in Akka Chellellu

Mother, father, brother, best friend, so on and so forth. We all have these relationships but the one relationship that grabs all eyes is the romantic one. But they are not alike. If you look closely, there are multiple ‘types’ of couples out there. We have five of them with us. Let’s see if you have them in your life too.

This is our first type of couple. They are always together and too much in love. For them, romance is in every glance and every touch. And defining it in the best way possible are Aditya and Dharani from Attarintlo Akka Chellellu.

The mushy PDA couple

Jai and Manga in Kalyana Vaibhogam
Jai and Manga in Kalyana Vaibhogam

Jai and Manga from Kalyana Vaibhogam are here to define our second category. No matter who is around or where they are, they will ensure that their love speaks volumes. A few people here and there may have to turn their heads the other way, but the will not miss out on any opportunity to display their affection.

The 'true-love' couple

Pavan Sae and Thanuja Gowda as Deva and Parvathi In Muddha Mandaram
A scene from Muddha Mandaram (Source: ZEE5)

Romeo-Juliet, Rumi’s poets and other classics have set new standards for true love. But some couples around us are probably living it. Every time you look at them, it makes your heart warm and you want the best for them. That’s Deva and Parvathi from Muddha Mandaram for us.

The Inseparable couple

Madhu and Mrudula In Ninne Pelladatha
Madhu and Mrudula In Ninne Pelladatha (Source: ZEE5)

Which relationship does not have difficulties? The wise say, it is important to have some troubles because it adds some spice to your otherwise sweet relationship. Through thick and thin, through fights and disasters, they always find their way back to each other. And who better than Madhu and Mrudula from Ninne Pelladatha to prove it.

Love-Hate relationship

Soundarya Abhi Stills From Muddha Mandaram
Soundarya and Abhi in Muddha Mandaram (Source: ZEE5)

This one is probably the most fun, of all other couples. They are the standard for ‘love-hate’. Like Soundarya and Abhi from Muddha Mandaram, Jai and Manga from Kalyana Vaibhogam could not stand each other but they also couldn’t stay away from each other. Eventually, their silly hatred blossomed a beautiful love story and still a day without fights isn’t complete for them.

How many types of couples do you know? Share it with them and keep coming back for more interesting stories. Now, watch the uber-romantic film Geetha Govindam on ZEE5.