The film "Love Actually" shows the different aspects of love through ten separate stories with a lot of individuals, and with intertwined stories of main characters. Now it got a ten-minute special which was broadcasted on March 24 in the UK, as a part of humanitarian activities of Red Nose Day Actually.

This short sequel was directed by Richard Curtis in partnership with Comic Relief, and starring Hugh Grant, Martine McCutcheon, Keira Knightley, Andrew Lincoln, Colin Firth and Liam Neeson.

We get to see who aged best

This is the sequel we have waited for 13 years.

It revealed what happened to the main characters after such a long time and which one of them aged best. Most of the original cast agreed to re-play their roles, while Emma Thompson, Martin Freeman and Chiwetel Ejiofo were not involved in the story, and Alan Rickman died in 2016.

Hugh Grant is still the Prime Minister of Great Britain who loves to dance. Although his 2003 track for the dance was the eighties hit "Jump", this time he decided on a more modern song, Drake’s "Hotline bling". However, while showing off great dance steps in hallways of their residence, he falls down the stairs and breaks his hand, and his wife Natalie (Martine McCutcheon) jokingly adds: "'Hotline bling' again?"

Red nose day is a noble cause supported worldwide

Red nose day is marked every year with a noble goal of fighting poverty, violence, child abuse, HIV and other global problems, with the help of unique weapons of fun and laughter, symbolized by a red nose.

Many people from all around the world showed their support to this noble cause. Famous music stars, actors and athletes posted their pictures with red noses to show that they are aware of the problems and that they support this inspiring cause.

Comic Relief, an operating UK charity organizes this event every two years. It was first launched in 1988, and people have been supporting the cause ever since. On this day people in the UK wear red noses, have fun and raise money for the charity. At the end of the day, they are treated with TV entertainment filled with funny sketches and famous stars.