1. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham...(2001)
"In the alternate ending of Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, Rahul (Shah Rukh Khan) and Anjali (Kajol) do not reunite as a couple. Instead, they both come to realise that they love each other deeply as friends and that their friendship is more important than any romantic relationship."
"Meanwhile, Rohan (Hrithik Roshan) decides to pursue his own dreams and passions, and his father Yash (Amitabh Bachchan) supports him wholeheartedly. Rohan becomes a successful businessman and also helps his father run the family business."
Basically everything is rosy and there's no conflict at all?
"In the final scene, the entire family gathers together for a celebration, with Rahul and Anjali happily by each other's side as close friends, and Rohan standing alongside his father as an equal partner in the family business. The message of the film is that love and respect for family are important, but individual happiness and fulfilment are also crucial, and sometimes that may mean pursuing a different path than what tradition dictates."
2. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013)
"In the alternate ending of Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Naina (Deepika Padukone) and Bunny (Ranbir Kapoor) realise that their priorities and life goals are not aligned. While they love each other deeply, they come to understand that they cannot compromise their individual dreams and aspirations for the sake of a relationship."
"Naina chooses to pursue her passion for photography, and she becomes a successful travel photographer, capturing the beauty of the world through her lens. Bunny continues to travel and explore the world, but he also realises the importance of family and settles down with his childhood friend Aditi (Kalki Koechlin), who has always been in love with him."
When was Naina passionate about photography and about becoming a travel photographer??? Also, BUNNY AND ADITI? WHAT? NO!
"In the final scene, Naina and Bunny meet again after many years and catch up on their lives. They both look happy and content, and they acknowledge that while their romantic relationship did not work out, they still cherish the memories they shared and the lessons they learned from each other. The message of the film is that life is a journey, and sometimes the paths we take lead us in different directions, but that does not diminish the value of the relationships we form along the way."
3. Om Shanti Om (2007)
"In the alternate ending of Om Shanti Om, it is revealed that Shantipriya (Deepika Padukone) did not die in the fire as it was originally believed. She was rescued by a kind-hearted stranger and spent years recovering from her injuries and rebuilding her life."
"Meanwhile, Om (Shah Rukh Khan) becomes a successful actor and is happily married to Sandy (also played by Deepika Padukone), who resembles Shantipriya but is a completely different person. When Om learns the truth about Shantipriya, he is overjoyed and sets out to reunite with her."
So, you mean no reincarnation happens?
"In the final scene, Om and Shantipriya meet again after many years, and they embrace each other, tearfully expressing their love and gratitude. They decide to start a new life together, away from the glitz and glamour of Bollywood, and pursue their passion for acting on their own terms."
"The message of the film is that love and perseverance can overcome all obstacles, and that true love never really dies. The film emphasises that while success and fame are desirable, they are not the most important things in life, and that true happiness comes from the love and support of those closest to us."
4. Piku (2015)
"In the alternate ending of Piku, Bhaskor Banerjee (Amitabh Bachchan) does not pass away, but instead, his health gradually improves with Piku (Deepika Padukone) and Rana's (Irrfan Khan) care and attention. Piku and Rana grow closer, sharing their experiences and finding common ground."
Awwww! And Piku and Rana <3
"Bhaskor, Piku, and Rana embark on a road trip together, exploring the countryside and enjoying each other's company. During this trip, Bhaskor comes to terms with his mortality and expresses his love and gratitude towards Piku and Rana for being there for him."
"In the final scene, Piku and Rana return home, with Bhaskor content and happy. Piku and Rana express their feelings for each other, and they decide to pursue a romantic relationship. The message of the film is that love and companionship can be found in unexpected places, and that life is about cherishing the moments we have with the people we love. The film emphasizes that family is not just defined by blood relations, but also by the people we choose to be a part of our lives."
5. Jab We Met (2007)
"In the alternate ending of Jab We Met, Geet (Kareena Kapoor) realises that while she loves Aditya (Shahid Kapoor), they are not right for each other. She comes to understand that their personalities and life goals are too different, and they would ultimately clash in the long run."