Love Krishna is a common theme in all of Radha Krishna DVDs and other works because she represents the ultimate expression of love. The Goddess has many titles, including the eternal feminine divine, “The Queen of Swords”, “The Giver of Wisdom” and “Love is the Only Constant” but by far her most well-known title is “Love is the Only Constant.” In this movie, we learn that the love that Krishna has for his devotees is so powerful that it can destroy all the enemies of righteousness. It also shows us that if we allow love to flourish within our lives, even those who are against us, we too will be enlightened.
The movie begins with Radha at a party celebrating her eighteenth birthday. She and her friends have created numerous fantasy plays and are enjoying themselves immensely. One of their favorite games involves creating a character from scratch and Radha is determined that her birthday cake must be the biggest and best one of all of them. A male friend suggests that they all dress up in different ways and do different things for the party, which angers Radha. She storms off angry, much to her father's dismay.
This is the first time that Radha Krishna has displayed her anger. When we consider her upbringing, we find that she has been trained by her parents to be obedient, nice and respectful toward everyone even to her classmates. Her anger proves to be a test of what she is truly capable of in the real world. Her mother sends her to a school called Ram Bagh where she meets and starts to develop a very strong relationship with Subodh Gupta, a boy at the school who is much older than she is. Radha becomes smitten with this young man and he takes her on a wonderful little voyage.
There are many more Krishna images that will delight fans of the original movie. One of the best depicts the kind of love that Krishna feels for Subodh. Krishna laments over his daughter's married life and then finally decides to take her with him on a journey. On the way he gives her the necklace that she had given to him as a gift many years before. This necklace has a single tear in it represents the pain that Krishna has felt for his beloved.
There are also many other Krishna entwined within the film. Many of the other characters include Sanjay, an editor who is devoted to giving away free advice; Kavita, a fearless and outspoken reporter; Ravi, a friend and Krishna's primary driver; and Kancha, a merchant who is well renowned in Mumbai. In many scenes there are also contrasting portrayals of the good and evil. These acts instill a strong theme of right versus wrong.
Radha Krishna plays the role of the perfect Indian princess, complete with golden skin, long golden hair and a regal bearing. As the princess, Radha is shown in many different colors and is dressed in the most beautiful of clothing. She is often shown sitting on her large mahindra automobile. She also carries a golden sari and carries off various men with consummate ease. Most men fall in love with her from the moment they see her.
There is also some good material about love and relationships within the film. The men treat her with tenderness and adoration and even protect her at times. She even goes to great lengths to please her lover. There is also a scene where she realizes that her hair has been colored in her favor. Some of the other women also learn to color their hair and get matching makeup done so that they resemble Radha.
Overall this movie is a very touching story about love and commitment. It shows Krishna at his best and his relationship with his beloved. This movie has won many awards and is quite popular amongst Hindus and is preferred over all other Indian films. The film has a message of love and harmony and encourages us to embrace our partners wholeheartedly. We can only hope that Krishna, Radha and their relationship remains eternal.