Cassian Baliarsingh

After superstar Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol’s DDLJ, it is Kareena Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor’s ‘Jab We Met’ that has a special place in people’s hearts. The Imtiaz Ali directorial is not just a movie, but an emotion for many Indians.

Starting from the innocence of Geet to the mature Aditya and the cheater Anshuman, the 2007 film is indeed very special as people can feel and live every character in the movie. From recreating different scenes from the film to dancing to its hit tracks, the internet is filled with videos of Jab We Met that perfectly shows the evergreen popularity of the movie among youngsters.

Meanwhile, social media users have started a debate over Anshuman, the lover of Geet. Many think he was not totally wrong although his way of dumping Geet was wrong. Was Anshuman really wrong or was Geet living in her own dream world?

Netizens are divided over Geet and Anshuman and flooded the comment sections with their version of opinions.

A user commented, “No brother Anshuman was wrong that day he was scared why didn't he take a stand later till Aditya came, he didn't even think what would be happening to Geet. Your false love and less courage has shaken someone's existence, it's not a joke to love and leave it.”

“No! sometimes, second chances can lead to your tears. A person who can leave you once can leave you again and again. Trust building is tough but cutting it off is easy. This was wrong! Geet loved him and he destroyed her but made her better and she found the best part of her life who deserved her – Aditya,” commented one user.

A third user commented, “Yup! He was not totally wrong but he was wrong when he left her alone in an unknown city. If he truly loved her, he would never let her go on her own in Shimla. She didn't even know about that place. It was a totally new place for her but he still pushed her away from there. He would have thought that something bad could happen to her. She's a girl but still, he didn't care so that's why as a boyfriend he was wrong. Completely wrong.”