Recently I read that as per the Purana's one form of marriage recognised in Hinduism is marriage by abduction or 'Asura Vivah'. This is certainly an anachronism in the modern age , more so when we are in the 21st century, but the Hindu scriptures extol its virtue.
It should not be forgotten that Lord Krishna who had any number of wives did abduct the beautiful princess Rukmani from her palace in the teeth of opposition of her brother Rukmi and her suitor who was a friend of her brother. Yet Rukmani prayed to the Lord Krishna to carry her away and the Lord responded by coming in his chariot and defeating all and sundry and carried Rukmani whom he wed with great pomp and show at his palace in Dwarka. It should not be forgotten that Rukmani in Hindu Mythology is a goddess in her own right, being the goddess of wealth. this is not the only incident glorified, but their are tens of other incidents that are given a great deal of respect and not condemned.
The point is that in case the man who has given Hinduism the epitome of religious thought with the Bhagwad Gita, carried of Rukmani, would it be wrong for another Hindu to do the same in the present age. I think there is no debate on this issue as anyone carrying out such an act will certainly land in jail. Yet this episode of the Lord is glorified in Hindu thought, but then one has to be pragmatic and take things as they come.