Valentine's Day 2024: Ditch the usual and listen to these romantic podcasts

17 February,2024 08:32 AM IST |  Mumbai  |  Arpika Bhosale

Ditch the chocolates, flowers and teddy bears, make this Valentine’s Day a cerebral one, with the date that involves listening to romantic podcasts

Tere mere beech mein

This Valentine's day, romance is in the air, but also in our ears. We heard them, sifted through, and now, are letting you in on the top five love podcasts that have us hooked.

Tere mere beech mein

This is one of the sweetest podcasts we have fallen for. The small four-minute podcast tells you the starting points of a love story. We especially loved the episode restaurant, where two people who have always been in love for a decade are debating in their heads how to let each other know that they have been yearning for each other.
Even the first episode of the series, Awaaz, is about a financial entrepreneur and his client of seven years, whom he has fallen for, but only spoken to on the phone.
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Saawan barse dill tarse: Monsooon Love

These are love stories from Mumbai, so of course we couldn't resist. We loved the episode where a man who goes to take darshan of Ganpati Bappa, runs into someone he falls head over heels with. Bombay at it's best!

Love Shuv Pyaar Vyaar

The show is based on true love stories that are a testament to how chance encounters often shape the rest of our lives. The first episode got us hooked with Mohit and Yamini, two love birds who cannot imagine life without each other. Increasing pressure to get married forces Yamini to meet Shashank for a coffee. The ensuing chemistry only leads to confusion!

Little Things-Jab Dhurv met Kavya

Dhruv and Kavya are not strangers to hopeless romantics who always love a a bit of pining mixed in the happy hormones. The OTT hit has been rewritten as a podcast and both actors Dhruv Sehgal and Mithila Palkar, hold true the discerning qualities that make us fall in love with them. Also, the podcast feels familiar but yet, not quite.


This stars the OG romantic duo Sriti Jha and Shabir Ahluwalia from Kum Kum Bhagya on Star Plus. The two, in their steamy style, have experimented with intimate scenes in the podcast that one would never see in their serial. The story starts off with a betrayal and how Sakshi Deewan who is grappling her life then meets Ridhaan (Ahluwalia) who reminds her of her life before she was a mother and a wife. The story, unlike that of Dhruv and Kavya is for those who love the K era produced by Balaji it's not a surprise. We have to give credit to the effort to step away from typical misogynist romances and the attempt to give a more layered personality to Sakshi.

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