Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone‘s movie Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani completed three years on Tuesday. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani has been one of those films which actually made us want to live life to the fullest and follow our dreams. It made us realize that even though you can’t have everything in life, you should always be happy with what you’ve got.

Ranbir and Deepika’s equation on film was loved by all. Director Ayan Mukerji gifted Bollywood one of its best buddy films in recent time, one that still dominates several reunions. Apart from Ranbir and Deepika in the lead roles, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani starred Aditya Roy Kapur and Kalki Koechlin in the supporting roles. The film attained a cult following of sorts upon release, making several people pack their bags and get on a train to Manali, where it was shot.

So on the movie’s third anniversary, let’s go back to a few deleted scenes from the film and relive how we felt the first time we watched it!

1. When Bunny meets Naina’s mom:

Bunny never meets Naina’s over protective mother in the film, but in this one he meets her and it’s an awkward but extremely funny encounter!

2. When they looked perfect with each other:

You’ll have to watch this one till the end because it is just way too cute. Also, we love Naina’s silver neckpiece in this one. How does she always look so gorgeous!

3. When they spent the night in the train:

Bunny is lost in his thoughts and then Naina approaches him in the middle of the night… What happens then?!

 

4. When Bunny and Naina talk about their families:

This scene is SO sweet. Bunny opens up about his father to Naina and what she tells him will melt your heart!

5. When Naina and her mom went grocery shopping:

This scene is so amezing. All Indian moms do this whenever they drag us grocery shopping!

6. When Aditi breaks down:

Because friends will ALWAYS be there for you. This scene is the perfect bestie scene we wish hadn’t been deleted!

7. Bhutha Parbat-Original Myth:

This scene looks funny and scary too!

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