We’ve curated a list of wholesome male characters written by women to go back to when you need some reassurance and faith in love!

There’s so much difference between how men and women write their characters especially when it comes to male characters who are expected to show emotions. The love is buried deep somewhere behind all that “mard ko dard nahi hota” and it’s certainly not what today’s woman expects out of her dream man. Small gestures go a long way and good listeners will always be A1! These male characters have won several hearts and are the sole reason for raising our dating standards. Be it the way they look at the love of their lives with heart eyes, the comfort in silence, tight hugs after a bad day, or just simply loving her for who she is and being her home away from home, it’s time we embraced these male characters written by women for women.

Some movies and TV shows become your comfort zone when they include male characters you never thought would exist IRL because they’re everything you’ve ever imagined your partner to be. It almost feels surreal how a fictional character can make you weak in the knees for them. It’s like you’re in the story with them, while romantic songs are playing and flowers are blooming all around you! It’s not rocket science to understand women and these male characters prove that to the world!

Check out these male characters written by women!
P.S. We’re not responsible if your heart melts while swooning over them!

Graham and Miles- The Holiday (Netflix)
Played by: Jude Law and Jack Black
Written By: Nancy Myers

The Priest- Fleabag (Amazon Prime Video)
Played By: Andrew Scott
Written By: Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Rahul Kapoor- Kapoor and Sons (Amazon Prime Video)
Played by: Fawad Khan
Written By: Ayesha Devitre Dhillon

Dr. Jehangir Khan- Dear Zindagi (Netflix)
Played by: Shahrukh Khan
Written By: Gauri Shinde

Rana-Piku (SonyLIV)
Played By: Irrfan Khan
Written By: Juhi Chaturvedi

Ben- The Intern (Netflix)
Played By: Robert De Niro
Written By: Nancy Myers

Baek Ye Jin- Twenty Five Twenty One (Netflix)
Played by: Nam Joo-Hyuk
Written By: Kwon Do-Eun

Kabir, Imran and Arjun- Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (Netflix)
Played by: Hrithik Roshan, Farhan Akhtar, and Abhay Deol
Written By: Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti

Iqbal Syed- Raazi (Amazon Prime Video)
Played By: Vicky Kaushal
Written By: Meghna Gulzar and Bhavani Iyer

Choi Wo-Ung- Our Beloved Summer (Netflix)
Played By: Choi Woo-Shik
Written By: Lee Na-Eun

George Banks- Father Of The Bride (Disney+Hotstar)
Played By: Steve Martin
Written By: Nancy Myers

Luke Danes- Gilmore Girls (Netflix)
Played By: Scott Patterson
Written By: Amy- Sherman Palladino

Simon Basset and Anthony Bridgerton- Bridgerton (Netflix)
Played By: Regé-Jean Page and Jonathan Bailey
Written By: Julia Quinn

Charlie Young- Set It Up (Netflix)
Played By: Glenn Powell
Written By: Katie Siberman

Laurie- Little Women (Google Play Movies & Tv)
Played By: Timothée Chalamet
Written By: Greta Gerwig

Vikram- Khoobsurat (Netflix)
Played By: Fawad Khan
Written By: Indira Bisht and Juhi Chaturvedi

Which of these romantic men written by women are your favorites? Let us know in the comments below!

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